Starting in November 2021, over 8-9 months the programme is providing a semi-structured framework for facilitating self-reflective and honest conversations initially with college senior leaders and latterly with them and their partners by applying a unique diagnostic tool to review and refocus the strategies of college regions as anchor institutions for enabling collaborative regional economic recovery and renewal.
Scotland’s colleges are playing a leading role in the design and delivery of regional economic strategies and are enabling inclusive economic recovery and renewal by closely aligning their purpose to meeting the rapidly evolving needs of learners and employers.
Work with college regions to understand their role in supporting regional economic recovery and shaping economic renewal
Facilitate college-led engagement with Regional Economic Partnerships to highlight and promote colleges’ role in design and delivery of Regional Economic Strategies
Support colleges to develop impact-focused action plans for their engagement in delivery of regional economic recovery and renewal
Work with CDN to develop sector-wide best practice knowledge sharing, case studies, learning and leadership development
Discover more about our team members by selecting their individual profiles below:
Independent Consultant, MacraeSmart Consulting
Chair, Forth Valley College
Deputy Chair of Scottish Enterprise and former Chair of Ayrshire College
Project Support Administrator
Head of Leadership, Governance and Research at CDN
Ross Martin, Chair of Forth Valley College and ERG Team Member, shares the team’sRead More
Willie Mackie, Chair of the Economic Recovery Group (ERG), shares a short update on the programme: The operational environment for regional colleges, or groups of colleges, is the regional economyRead More