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The most integral body governing Boland College and stipulated by the Further Education and Training Act 16 of 2006 is the College Council. Every public college must establish a council, an academic board and a student representative council. Every public college may establish other structures as may be determined in the college statute.
A council member holds office for a period of five years: Provided that such a member remains eligible to be a member of that structure; and may not serve for more than two consecutive terms of office.
The council of a public college consists of:
Please note: The chairperson, vice-chairperson or other office-bearers of the council may not be students or members of the staff of the college, but the secretary may be a member of staff.
The council must, in consultation with the Member of the Executive Council, appoint four additional external persons with financial, human resources and legal skills as members of the council.
Mr. D (David) Bleazard (Chairperson)
Mr. C (Clifton) Frolick (Vice Chairperson)
Mrs E C Myburgh (Acting Principal)
Mr. N (Neil) Lyners
Ms J (Jackie) Wiehahn
Mr. P (Pat) Williams
Dr L (Liezel) Frick
Dr L(Llewellyn) Macmaster
Mr H (Herman) van der Merwe
Mr V (Vaughan) Pietersen
Ms X (Xoliswa) Mdemka
Alexander, Z (Student Representative Council)
Langley, J (Student Representative Council)
Mr. XB (Brian) Phike (Vice Principal: Education and Training)
Ms C (Charmaine) Heath
Mr J (Jandré) Bakker
Ms J (Johanna) Coetzee (Secretary of the Council)
Co-opted Members (Observer Status)
Mr. H (Hannes) Gelderblom (Chief Financial Officer)
Ms W (Wendy) Adams (Vice Principal: Innovation and Development)
|* Nomination process have commenced for the filling of vacancies on the Boland College Council|
Facts and responsibilities
The council of a Boland College must perform all the functions, including the development of a college statute, which are necessary to govern the public college, subject to the Further Education and Training Act and any applicable national or provincial law.
The council must, with the concurrence of the academic board:
They must further: