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Salisbury College RECENT HISTORY - 1 1993: Present Salisbury College formed from merger of College of Art and College of Technology 2001: College leases.

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1 Salisbury College RECENT HISTORY : Present Salisbury College formed from merger of College of Art and College of Technology 2001: College leases Tidworth College from RBL 2003: College converts St Marys House into residential accommodation for HE students 2004: College gives notice to terminate lease at Tidworth 2006: College due to exit Tidworth campus

2 Salisbury College RECENT HISTORY - 2 Falling numbers Financial problems Poor Ofsted report in 2004 In 2004 the Governors decided to re-structure the College and a new management team was appointed

3 Salisbury College STRATEGIC PLAN VISION Excellence in Learning MISSION To inspire and support all students to develop their full potential, through an excellent and enjoyable learning experience VALUES As a service provider and an employer the College values: Being integral to the social, cultural and economic development of our local communities Fostering and promoting continual quality improvement Supporting the needs of the individual Respecting diversity Encouraging innovation, enterprise and creativity Providing clear and effective communication.

4 Salisbury College STRATEGIC PRIORITIES A coherent provision for 14 – 19 year olds Responding to local business and public service needs A Higher Education portfolio that responds to regional needs Widening local participation in learning through part time provision

5 Salisbury College DELIVERING THE PLAN Be student centred Have a motivated and effectively skilled workforce Invest in accommodation and resources Attain a positive image Effective decision making

6 Salisbury College CURRENT STUDENT NUMBERS 1,100 full time Further Education students – mainly Southampton Road 450 full and part time Higher Education students – all Southampton Road 5,500 part time students – Southampton Road, Tidworth & outreach centres, including city centre 1,500 Adult & Community Learners – Southampton Road, Tidworth & outreach centres Over 100 off-site work based learners 500 students on professional courses – Southampton Road and Tidworth Conferencing facility at Tidworth

7 Salisbury College FUTURE STUDENT NUMBERS year olds a Government priority for FE Colleges Need to increase Higher Education numbers to respond to regional demand for university level education Requirement for increasing contributions from adults and employers may affect part time numbers in the future Some growth in professional courses No conferencing after summer 2006

8 Salisbury College ACCOMMODATION CURRENT PROBLEMS: Main campus cut off from the City Poor standard of accommodation Institutional feel, internal space dominated by long corridors Lack of functional suitability for some areas of the curriculum Illogical geographical location of some curriculum areas Serious environmental problems: noise, temperature External campus dominated by vehicular access Lack of leisure / social facilities Over capacity, even allowing for growth

9 Salisbury College EXISTING CAMPUS

10 Salisbury College PROPOSED CAMPUS


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