Corporation of Yeovil College
Further education colleges are incorporated bodies which are each controlled by a corporation (also referred to as a governing body or board of governors). A corporation is a collective, strategic decision-making body which is responsible for:
determining the educational character and mission of the college;
overseeing college activities;
ensuring the effective and efficient use of college's resources, the solvency of the college and the safeguarding of its assets;
the appointment, pay and conditions of The Principal, other Senior Post Holders and the Clerk; plus setting a framework for the pay and conditions of all other staff
- publishing arrangements for obtaining views of staff and students on a range of matters.
The Corporation of Yeovil College has a determined membership of sixteen, including two staff Governors and two student Governors. All Governors are unpaid volunteers recruited from the communities which the College serves. The Corporation works closely with the Principal, other Senior Post Holders and College Managers.
(Safeguarding Lead Governor) :
(Chair of the Audit Committee) :
(Chair of the Search and Governance Committee) :
(Secondary Education Lead Governor) :
(Vice Chair of the Audit Committee) :
(Chair of the Remuneration Committee) :
(Vice-Chair of The Corporation, Chair of the Quality and Assurance Committee, and Teaching and Learning Lead Governor) :