Governance

Governors play an important role in the life of Nottingham College and how the Governing Body support its students and staff.

Governors work on a voluntary basis, bringing their skills and experience to work closely with the senior management to achieve the strategic aims of the College. This section provides more information on the role of governors and the day to day running of the Corporation.

We are very appreciative of the time and personal commitment of our Governors. Governors find it a very rewarding role, making a difference to the College and its students as well as supporting their personal development. If you are interested in finding out more about becoming a governor visit our Members' section.

Nottingham College (formerly ncn and Central College Nottingham) was incorporated as a Further Education Corporation by the Further and Higher Education Act 1992. ncn’s Corporation is a legal entity responsible for the character, mission and values of the College. It is made of up of 13 independent members from the local and business communities, along with two staff and two student members from the College and the Principal and Chief Executive.

Governance is the way in which organisations are directed and controlled. The Governing Body determines the rules and procedures for making decisions on corporate affairs including the process through which the organisation's objectives are set and performance monitored.

The Corporation is collectively responsible for the quality of the service which is provided to students and stakeholders as well as ensuring the effective use of resources.

If you have any queries or would like any further information you can contact our Clerk by telephoning 0115 838 0524.