The College receives substantial public funding and also operates in an increasingly commercial and enterprising way. We’re expected to innovate, pursue new opportunities and take measured risks in delivering what is best for our students, staff and organisations involved in the life of the College. In recent times, we’ve gone through major transformational change, embracing regionalisation and post 16 education reforms.
Against this background, it’s right and proper that the highest standards of governance and propriety are required in our College and from those individuals who serve it. To this end, the College has adopted the Code of Good Governance for Scotland’s Colleges. This codifies the principles of good governance and promotes accountability and continuous improvement in how colleges are governed.