1. About this Consultation
The Corporation is the North Warwickshire and South Leicestershire College’s governing body. The Corporation ensures that the College performs well and is successful for the benefit of its students, staff and local communities.
The Corporation’s principal responsibilities are to:
These responsibilities can be found in the Instrument and Articles of Government, which sets out how a further education college is to be governed.
The Corporation now wishes to amend its Instrument and Articles of Government. To do this, the Corporation must consult on the amendments it wishes to make. People it should consult with are “persons likely to be affected by the proposed changes” and could include College staff and students, relevant Trade Unions, local communities and the general public.
2. Overview of Proposed Amendments to the Instrument and Articles of Government
The Corporation wishes to amend its Instrument and Articles of Government for a number of reasons:
3. How to Respond to the Consultation
The Corporation has a legal responsibility to consult any person likely to be affected by the proposed changes. It therefore welcomes your views on its proposals. A copy of the Instrument and Articles of Government showing all the proposed changes can be viewed on the College website.
The most significant proposals are set out at the end of this document. You have space under each proposal to record your responses. If you have views about proposals which are not highlighted in this document, please feel free to express your response at the end of section 4.
The consultation will run for 4 weeks from Monday 11th June 2018 until Monday 9th July 2018.
You can respond to the consultation by either:
Please return your completed paper survey to Rachel Marshall, Clerk of the Corporation, NWHC, Hinckley Road, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, CV11 6BH.
4. Your Response
A copy of the Instrument and Articles of Government showing the proposed changes can be viewed by clicking here.
The Corporation wishes to draw your attention to the following key proposed amendments. If you wish to comment on any other amendments please use the box at the end of the consultation documents to record your comments.
Last updated: Friday 8th June 2018