City College Birmingham
•Meet recruitment and funding targets as agreed with LSC and other partners.
•Develop long lasting and mutually beneficial relationships with the Business Community.
•Actively engage with the communities of Birmingham through a range of collaborative partnerships.
•Provide a curriculum offer that meets the needs of students and stakeholders.
•Continually improve the standards of teaching, learning and assessment.
•Provide a range of ways for the learner voice to influence decision making and strategic planning.
•Continuously improve the success of students compared with national averages.
•Deliver high levels of added value and promote positive progression for all students.
•Achieve consistently high levels of student retention.
•Maximise Resource Efficiency.
•Maintain a highly trained, motivated workforce appropriate to the needs of the College.
•Provide a high quality learning environment for all students.
•Achieve at least break-even in each academic year.
•Maintain cash solvency.
•Meet bank covenants.
•Operate without the need for exceptional financial support.
•Achieve FFE Financial Health grade 'Good'.
Throughout all our activities and programmes, the college will continue to promote equality and celebrate diversity, and contribute to the development of Birmingham as a diverse and economically regenerated city.
Understanding, Respect, Professionalism, Unity, Enthusiasm, Ambition and Pride will be central to everything we do for students.
The college is committed to continuous professional development for all our staff and support and mentor all new staff. Pension options and generous paid holidays are a few of the benefits on offer at City College Birmingham