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1. About the programme
National Leaders for further education (NLFE) programme underpins the expanded role of the Further Education Commissioner, as outlined in the ‘College oversight: support and intervention’ document.
NLFEs are serving college leaders who have a strong track record of delivering improvement – both at their own colleges and in working with others. They provide strategic mentoring and support to other colleges that need to improve.
NLFEs are able to determine the best way to support the particular needs of the college(s) they are working with. NLFEs may also use experienced members of their own college staff to help.
2. National Leaders of Further Education
|Lindsey Whiterod||Tyne Coast College|
|Peter McGhee||St John Rigby College|
|Gill Alton||Grimsby Institute of Further & Higher Education|
|David Gleed||North Kent College|
|Graham Razey||East Kent College (East Kent Colleges Group)|
|Paul Phillips||Weston College|
|Phil Cook||Stockton Riverside College (Education Training Collective)|
|Angela Williams||Huddersfield New College|
|Sam Parrett||London South East Colleges|
|Amanda Melton||Nelson and Colne College|
|Colin Booth||Leeds City College (Luminate Education Group)|
Colleges seeking an improvement partnership should contact the Office of the Further Education Commissioner at FE.Commissioner@education.gov.uk.
Guidance about the programme is available in the National Leaders of Further Education: guidance for potential applicants.