On the 1st April 1993 City College Plymouth became an independent corporate body funded primarily through the Learning and Skills Council (LSC) which was subsequently replaced by the Skills Funding Agency (SFA) and the Education Funding Agency (EFA) in 2010 . The institution is accountable through its Governing Body which has ultimate responsibility for the institution’s management and administration. The institution is an exempt statutory charitable corporation by virtue of the Further and Higher Education Act 1998.
The College's Vision, Mission and Values Statement is below:
Our Vision .... is where our future lies.
We are a College with a national reputation for promoting enterprise, employabilitiy and science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Our Mission .... is what we focus on each and every day.
To be the South West's leading provider of innovative, technical, professional education and training by supporting partnerships for growth, raising aspirations and enabling wealth creation.
We put our students and our community at the hear of all that we do.
We foster excellence, innovation and creativity.
We celebrate diversity and inclusion and the breaking down of barriers to success.
We have high expectations of ourselves, our students and our partners
The College is a large, broad-based General Further Education College providing a wide range of courses from Entry Level to Foundation Degree. It works with a large number of stakeholders and delivers provision on its own or through collaborative arrangements in many locations in Plymouth and its hinterland. It has recognised strengths in the technical areas of Engineering, Technology, Construction and Hospitality, and expertise in a range of other professional and vocational skill areas. It services the part-time vocational training needs of the Plymouth travel to work area. It has a sizeable 'advanced FE/HE' programme. It also strives to provide an inclusive curriculum and offers a variety of learning opportunities for people with disabilities and learning difficulties, and also works with the LEA and local schools to provide alternative programmes for young people at risk of alienation from main-stream education.
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