On the move

5th January 2001 at 00:00


Paul Little becomes principal, joining from Limavady

Banff and Buchan

Paul Sherrington, formerly head of the general studies department, is now

depute principal


Alison Bowes joins as principal fromSalford where she was also principal


Allan Hyland, general manager of the Pontypool campus, becomes director of



Janice Lewis, programme area leader for social care, becomes health and

social care unit manager; Alana Roberts, programme area leader for

management, becomes business, computing and administration unit manager


John McPherson is head of centre for built environment construction

Hammersmith and West London

Andy Wilson is deputy principal. He was vice-principal at North East London

James Watt

Ruth Cooper is director of European funded programmes


Andy Brown, manager, faculty of business and general education, becomes

director of operations

North Derbyshire Tertiary

Sandra Whyte, assistant principal at West Anglia, becomes principal and

chief executive next month


Ian Lennox is the new director of finance and information services. He held

the same post at Southwark

Park Lane

Tony Longworth, deputy hief executive at Doncaster ,becomes principal and

chief executive

Stoke on Trent

Altaf Hussain, formerly careers manager at Reading, becomes student

development manager

South Thames

John Drought became head of college, information service in December

Waltham Forest

Valerie Poskipt became head of the key skills division in December

West Cheshire

Sara Mogel became deputy principal in December

West Kent

Sue Buss becomes deputy chief executive for curriculum and quality. She

joins from Truro; Alan Page is now head of the science and

technology faculty, ; Steve Dibsdall is head of arts media and performance

studies faculty,

Association of Colleges

Tony Watmough, North West regional officer, becomes regional director

Learning andSkills DEVELOPMENT Agency

Philip Cox is


adviser for quality assurance and improvement; John Vorhaus is

development adviser for teaching and


Merseyside Open College Network

Tony Smith, an adult education manager at Cumbria County Council,

becomes director.


Richard Escolme is development officer for FE colleges. He was education

and training consultant at Ucas; Katheryn James is development officer,

learning and health

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