The further education model of governance is one of collective decision-making and collective accountability. The legal power of the governing body rests with the governing board as a whole, not with individual governors. The governing board sets corporate aims and objectives, and monitors their achievement.

The college has 15 governors, all appointed on a voluntary basis and receive no remuneration for their efforts. They are appointed on the basis of relevant skills and experience. Vacancies for College Governors do arise from time to time and will be advertised through the website.

Click here for a list of college governors