Class 7: How we are performing
Information about how we perform as an organisation, and how well we deliver our functions and services.
Indicators used by the governing body and senior management to measure overall institutional performance
Inverness College UHI apply the national performance indicators (PI) as used by the Scottish Funding Council (SFC) and Education Scotland (ES). These include:
- Student activity overall
- Student retention and attainment generally
- Enrolment, retention and attainment for specific learner groups
We also monitor student achievement at module/unit level. All of the PIs are compared annually against national statistics and over a number of years in order to map trends. These PIs are evaluated by our programme teams and are monitored by our quality unit and senior management. The Board of Management and its relevant committees receive and review PI data during each academic year and consider the overall trends.
Equality and diversity
Equality and Diversity Reporting in line with the Equality Act 2010 (Specific Duties) (Scotland) Regulations 2012, as amended, are reported on an annual basis and can be accessed through the following reports:
The college commitment to equality and diversity and our strategic equality outcomes for the period 2017 - 2021 are set out in the following document:
Performance in light of outcomes and objectives is reported on an annual basis to the Senior Management Team and Board of Management:
- Equality outcomes 2013-2017 - Progress report 2014
- Equality outcomes 2013-17 - Progress report 2015
- Equality Outcomes 2013-2017 - Progress Report February 2016
- Equality Outcomes 2013-17 Final Report March 2017
The college Strategy and Gender Action Plan further sets out our commitment to promote equal access for everyone. Equality of opportunity is embedded in all our policies and procedures and is reviewed by way of Equality Impact Assessments which are published.
Opportunities are available for students to disclose/identify a need for additional support and further information on this service can be found on the section of the website.
As a post-16 Further and Higher Education body, Inverness College UHI is defined as a Corporate Parent under the Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014. As such, the College has a responsibility to understand the lives of Scotland’s looked after young people and care leavers and respond to their needs as any parent should. The College has a Corporate Parenting Plan in place.
Currently Inverness College UHI does not hold this information.