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King's Lynn college bosses launch search for new governors




College of West Anglia principal David Pomfret, centre, with students celebrating its recent Ofsted inspection (8821722)
College of West Anglia principal David Pomfret, centre, with students celebrating its recent Ofsted inspection (8821722)

An appeal has been launched for new governors to join the board of the College of West Anglia.

Officials say they are looking to recruit people with backgrounds in education, business, finance, auditing and human resources to get involved.

The present board has 17 members and oversees the work of the college, which was rated good in a recent Ofsted inspection, and delivers programmes to more than 7,000 students across its campuses in Lynn, Wisbech and Cambridge.

Stephen Halls, clerk to the corporation, said: "You will bring valuable experience to the board to support and challenge senior leaders.

"Being a governor is an opportunity for you to ‘give back’ to the local community, enhance your own professional skills and to make a positive contribution to the college and the local area."

Governors are expected to attend up to 12 meetings a year, which usually take place on Wednesday mornings, and are also invited to other events and presentations.

Anyone interested in the role should contact Mr Halls by emailing Stephen.Halls@cwa.ac.uk or phoning 01553 815288.

Applications can also be made online via www.cwa.ac.uk/governing-body/become-a-cwa-governor/



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