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UCU-LSIS-Unison Staff Governors’ Conference 3 December 2012 Public Value Statements © LSIS
A bit about us ….. © LSIS Carlisle College: Is situated in the North West of England, just south of the Scottish Border Is a general FE college serving a community of learners which is both urban and deeply rural Has a turnover of about £11m
Public Value Statement – Why? © LSIS The English Colleges’ Foundation Code of Governance states: “1.8 – The governing body is accountable to its learners, to the wider community it serves and to other stakeholders…. It should agree and maintain a public value statement that describes how the college seeks to add value to the social, economic and physical well-being of the community it serves.” Colleges are exempt charities – they have a duty to demonstrate how they provide a benefit to the public in return for their charitable status.
What is PVS? © LSIS It is a statement which defines the value of an educational initiative to those who do not directly benefit from that initiative. The college/PVS Policy makers/funding bodies community employers
PVS – An explanation © LSIS Mark H Moore, Hauser Professor on Non-profit Organisations at Harvard, ‘Creating Public Value: Strategic Management in Government 1995 Private Sector – companies offer products for sale to maximise profits, where profits = value for shareholders Non-profit sector – organisations offer services (e.g. education) for the benefit of the community, which may be funded in whole or part by the public purse. Therefore value to stakeholders = demonstration of public benefit
Accountability © LSIS The college/PVS Policy makers/funding bodies community employers The PVS should allow the college to demonstrate both vertical and horizontal accountability
Where does it fit? © LSIS College values PVS Mission Needs to be readily accessible Regularly reviewed Linked to vision, mission and key strategic aims Needs to be easily understood Carlisle Corporation decided that the most appropriate place for it was just below the mission statement in the strategic plan.
Carlisle’s PVS – our process © LSIS Options drafted and put of for consultation with stakeholders Discussed by the Board at a Strategic Forum Research undertaken by Clerk Final wording adopted by the Board as part of the Strategic Plan
Carlisle – Our PVS © LSIS Mission Statement To be recognised as an outstanding and inclusive College providing life changing skills and experiences Public Value Statement Carlisle College contributes to the social, economic, physical and cultural well-being of the community it serves through the delivery of education, training and learning to support the development of individuals and businesses
Further Reading © LSIS AoC Governance Briefing 07/12: AoC Paper - Colleges Engagement with Communities AoC Governance Portfolio Group - Guidance to Colleges on a ‘Public Value Statement’ Charity Commission Guidance on Reporting Public Benefit (http:charity- comission.gov.uk/Charity_requirements_guidance/Charity_ essentials/Public_benefit/pbeduc.aspx)http:charity- comission.gov.uk/Charity_requirements_guidance/Charity_ essentials/Public_benefit/pbeduc.aspx
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