Derby College is governed by the Corporation, which takes overall responsibility for the running of the College.
Access to corporate information and College policies is available under our Publication Scheme or upon request from the Archive, Information and Records Officer.
Our Privacy Notice describes what Derby College Group does with the personal information it is provided with. You may be asked to give the College personal information to become a student, client or to use college systems and services.
At Derby College, the Corporation is the Governing Body with overall responsibility for the way College functions. The Corporation oversees the quality of the service that the College offers to learners and the local community. It also steers the College's strategic direction and is responsible for its financial health.
The workings of the Corporation are laid down in the College's Instrument and Articles of Government (PDF)
The Corporation comprises people from a wide range of backgrounds and reflects the community which the College serves, including staff and learners.
Meetings of the Corporation are held in private and attended by the Governors and members of the College's senior management team, together with any other persons specifically invited.
A range of policies and procedural guides have been published by the College to provide guidance on matters relating to the conduct of College business.
Below you can view all Derby College policies and documents including the Modern Slavery Statement, Public Value Statement, Gender Pay Gap Report and College Financial Statements.
Copies of policies are available on request.
|Compliments and Complaints Policy.pdf||738.28 KB||2019-02-08|
|Derby College Group Public Value Statement 2018-2019.pdf||202.12 KB||2019-04-02|
|Freedom of Information Policy.pdf||507.83 KB||2019-02-20|
|Modern Slavery Statement 2018.pdf||1.49 MB||2018-12-18|
|Safeguarding Guidelines.pdf||591.96 KB||2019-02-05|
|Safeguarding Policy.pdf||506.22 KB||2019-02-05|
|Safeguarding Procedure.pdf||676.66 KB||2019-02-05|
|Subcontracting Policy.pdf||1.04 MB||2019-02-14|
|Subcontractor Health and Safety Assessment Record.pdf||294.09 KB||2018-12-21|
|Curriculum-and-Quality-Committee-minutes-23 February-2016.pdf||248.6 KB|
|Derby College Accounts 31st July 2018.pdf||16.61 MB|
|Derby College Accounts 31st July 2017.pdf||2.12 MB|
|Derby College Prompt Payment Performance Data 2014-15.pdf||177.94 KB|
|Derby College Accounts 31st July 2016.pdf||868.54 KB|
|Derby College Accounts 31st July 2015.pdf||6.37 MB|
|Derby College Accounts 31st July 2014.pdf||3.09 MB|
|Derby College Accounts 31st July 2013.pdf||908.71 KB|
|Derby College Accounts 31st July 2012.pdf||1.96 MB|
|Derby College Accounts 31st July 2011.pdf||304.95 KB|
|Derby College - Subcontractor Payments 2014-2015.pdf||270.17 KB|
|Derby College - Subcontractor Payments 2013-2014.pdf||243.7 KB|
The Procurement section is a division of the College's Finance Department and serves the procurement needs of all Derby College's academic and support services.
Derby College is committed to ensure all procurement of goods and services comply with the College's financial regulations and tendering procedures, value for money and cost savings are achieved.
Our mission is to provide a professional and comprehensive service to all customers within the College, using best procurement practices for the purchase of goods and services, establishing and renewing contracts on the Colleges' behalf.
This is achieved by providing the College with help, advice and guidance from the Association of Colleges, Crescent Purchasing Consortium, and FELP, as well as sharing information with other FE Colleges.
To become a new supplier to Derby College we may ask you to submit policies regarding public liability insurance, equality, race, age, disability and supplier diversity etc, depending on the nature of your business or services required.
The College is committed to the highest standards of ethical conduct and integrity in its business activities in the UK and overseas and operates a clear Policy which outlines the College's position on preventing and prohibiting bribery, in accordance with the Bribery Act 2010. The College will not tolerate any form of bribery by, or of, its employees, agents or consultants or any person or body acting on its behalf. College Governors and Managers are committed to maintaining effective measures to prevent, monitor and eliminate bribery. A hard copy of the College's Bribery Policy is available on request
Details of current tender(s) are available to view on the Derby College Procurement website, or alternatively, please log on to In Tend .
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