During our latest inspection by Ofsted in May 2022, we were officially rated as an ‘Outstanding’ college.
The mission of the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) is to safeguard the public interest in sound standards of higher education qualifications and to inform and encourage continual improvement in the management of the quality of higher education.
As part of this mission, the QAA undertakes reviews of higher education provision delivered in further education colleges. Following a review in March 2017, the following judgements were made about standards and quality:
The College aims to ensure that all students, whatever their background, have a fulfilling experience of further and higher education. To support us in our work, we have adopted the IHRA definition of antisemitism as a guide to interpreting and understanding antisemitism.
The IHRA definition does not affect the legal definition of racial discrimination, but we have adopted the IHRA definition because we believe that it is a useful tool for understanding how antisemitism manifests itself in the 21st century.
On behalf of the Corporation Board of Farnborough College of Technology, welcome to our section of the College Website. If you have any queries regarding the Corporation Board and the work that the Governors undertake, please feel free to contact Caroline Gillam at email@example.com via email if you are interested in becoming a governor we would be delighted to hear from you.
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If you have problems viewing this document please contact Caroline Gillam, Clerk to the Corporation of Governors.
Please find below Farnborough College of Technology’s Terms of Reference for each appointed committee:
The Programme Specifications provide core information such as the aims, learning outcomes, teaching and assessment methods of programmes offered by University Centre Farnborough.