Weymouth College is a College of Further Education which was established under the provisions of the Further and Higher Education Act 1992.
The Governing Body or College Corporation’s function is to decide on strategic policy and the overall direction of the College, as well as monitoring the performance of the College’s Senior Leaders.
The Corporation must comply with its Instrument and Articles of Government, which is its governing document. Corporation business is open to public scrutiny and, with the exception of those items of business that are deemed to be confidential as defined within the Instrument of Government, its policy is that minutes of the Corporation (including its committees) are available to the public. This website is part of the Governors’ commitment to openness and transparency.
The Corporation operates the Policy Governance Model and chooses to have the following Committees to help it in its work – Audit Committee, Curriculum and Quality Committee, Finance Committee, Search and Governance Committee and Remuneration Committee.
Interested in joining the Board?
Would you like to become more involved in the community and play a key role in helping to shape the character, strategic direction and mission of Weymouth College?
As a College Board Member your insight, experience and ideas will widen the perspective of our boardroom. We are keen to involve people of all ages and cultural backgrounds. This voluntary Board Member role offers professional and personal rewards.
If you have experience in business, our community, local economy, charity or education services or have financial, audit or legal practice experience you may have the skills we are looking for. The broader your field of expertise and cultural perspective the better. We look for a range of experience across the Board to cover skills we need.
Students from across the South West of England and overseas choose Weymouth College. It’s a college committed to making a difference to the lives of young people in the region and you can help make this happen.
You will receive induction briefings and training to assist you in your role. The Head of Governance will act as a point of contact and provide information and advice, as well as the formal papers for meetings and another governor can be nominated to offer mentoring to the extent you consider it helpful.
To find out more information or arrange an informal chat about the role and look around the college please contact Alison Lydon, Head of Governance, at firstname.lastname@example.org