Overview

Heart of Worcestershire College delivers a wide range of vocational, professional and technical qualifications, helping to give local and national employers the workforce they need and our students the jobs they want.
Located across four campuses in Bromsgrove, Malvern, Redditch and Worcester we are a passionate, thriving organisation with a large and diverse community of students and have just been rated “Good” by Ofsted.
The College Corporation is responsible for providing strategic leadership, for the quality of services to students and for the effective use of public funds. We are seeking applications from dynamic and motivated individuals, who would like to be involved in shaping the future of education provision at the College, to become Governors and to support the College in its vision: “Inspire, Innovate, Advance”.
The role of a Governor is an exciting and fulfilling one. You should be able to attend Corporation and Committee meetings, in person or through telephone or video conferencing. Meetings are usually held in the late afternoon or early evening in Redditch or Worcester. Governors are volunteers and do not receive payment for their role, but may claim expenses incurred.
Please note that these roles are subject to an enhanced DBS check. We aim to reflect the community we serve and would particularly welcome applications from under-represented groups including women, people with a disability, and members of minority groups.

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About Heart of Worcestershire College

Heart of Worcestershire College is the result of the merger of North East Worcestershire College and Worcester College of Technology. The College became operational from August 1st 2014.

The College has key sites in Bromsgrove (Arts/Engineering), Malvern (Construction), Redditch (all technical/vocational subject areas except Arts, Engineering and Land Based) and Worcester (all technical/vocational subject areas bar some Construction and Land Based) supporting training needs across the county.

The curriculum provides education and training to a wide range of segment areas including

  • Pre 16 year old learners 
  • 16-18 year old learners (vocational courses and apprenticeships) 
  • 19-24 year olds & 24+ adult learners 
  • Learners with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) 
  • Employer-based learners 
  • Professional and Higher Education learners 
  • NEET provision

For 2016/17 the College turnover was £35 million with approximately 13,600 learners.  It is one of the largest employers in Worcestershire, employing approximately 835 staff (467 FTE).