Colleges

29th September 2000 at 01:00
City of Bath Elizabeth Rodger, vice-principal at South Kent, becomesprincipal Blackpool and The Fylde Anne Anderson, deputy director of finance, becomes director Bromley Iain Wolloff, head of social work and health at Havering, is new dean of the faculty of community andcontinuing education Chesterfield

Trevor Clay, head of Arnold and Carlton college at New College, Nottingham, is director of planning, financial and information services City Lit Nick Moore, vice-principal, joins from Croydon's continuing education service

Doncaster Joan Faraday, formerly head of hotel catering and leisure, takes over as academicregistrar

Dudley Nick Mayman, assistant principal is vice-principal, business management Eastbourne Arts and Technology Jenny Chapman, formerly student entitlement manager at East Berkshire, is head of learner services

Enfield Caroline Smith is head of faculty of business and service industry studies. She was assistant principal for student services at Halton Filton Maxine Room is appointed director of programmes and planning; Jane Thomas becomes director of corporate development

Gloscat Annette Cast is vice-principal for quality and corporate services, joining from Uxbridge; Di Dale has been appointed vice-principal for strategic planning and corporate development. She joins from Weston Hadlow College Paul Hannam, formerly head of faculty, business and management at East Surrey, is now associate principal for external affairs

Highlands, Jersey Jacqui Richards, human resources manager of KPMG Jersey, becomes director of the Jersey Business School James Watt Dorothy Johnson, senior care an early education lecturer, becomes head of school for early education and learningsupport

John Leggott SFC Richard Vergette becomes head of performing arts; Alan Harris is head of information technology Loretto SFC Ann Clynch , acting principal, has been appointed principal Kidderminster Andrew Miller becomes principal and chief executive. He was deputy principal, recruitment and student programmes

Newcastle Andrew Sinclair, vice-principal for finance and estates, joins from the BBC; Peter Slee is vice-principal for human resources and quality. He was previously deputy managing director and head of human resources atNorthern Spirit Oaklands Kenneth Thornton, director of corporate services, joins from North East London

Swansea Howard Burton became assistant principal for curriculum planning and quality in September.

He was head of the faculty of humanities, languages, mathematics and science at City of Bristol NCFE Lesley Roe, head of ICT and processing, is now director of operations.

The new business development team (RDA regions): Alan Yate, East Midlands; Martin Seath, South East and South London; Kevin Heymann, North-East; Michele Morley North-West; Richard Hopkins, Eastern and North London; Derek Thornhill, South-West; Bill Croft, West Midlands; Graham Hill, Yorkshire and Humberside; and Colin Clark, national representative

Niace Jan Eldred, head of faculty foundation studies at Rotherham, becomes development officer for wideningparticipation WELSH FUNDING COUNCILS Professor Philip Gummett, pro-vice-chancellor of Manchester University, becomes head of the higher education division


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