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Residents wanted for Corriemoillie Education/Training Fund panel

05 April 2017

The EDF-ER Corriemoillie Education and Training Fund Panel is a voluntary group being set up to advise on awards from the Education and Training Fund linked to EDF Energy Renewables’ Corriemoillie Wind Farm. The Panel will meet approximately two or three times each year. The Panel will comprise one member resident within each of these community council areas:

• Contin
• Garve & District
• Lochbroom
• Marybank, Scatwell & Strathconon
• Strathpeffer

Plus:

• a youth representative;
• three representatives from local industry / businesses, or related trade bodies
• three representatives from public sector bodies, sector skills councils and other organisations whose purpose is to plan for, develop and promote education & training in relevant sectors.

The Panel will be supported by Foundation Scotland, an independent grant making charity that administers the EDF-ER Corriemoillie Education and Training Fund on behalf of the local communities concerned.

The Panel is being set up by Foundation Scotland and EDF-ER and we would like anyone who is interested in becoming a member of the Panel to come forward. You must be aged 16 or over, have experience of or an interest in provision of education and training, and be a resident of one of the areas covered by the five community council areas listed above.

In the first instance, please read the Role Profile and complete a Nomination Form.

Your completed form should be returned to Foundation Scotland at the address provided, by 24 April 2017.

In the event that more nominations are received than there are Panel spaces available, Panel members will be selected through a process to be decided by Foundation Scotland and EDF-ER.

For more information, or to discuss what may be involved, please contact Iain Catto of Foundation Scotland 0791 275 9525 or by e-mail at iainc@foundationscotland.org.uk

 

 

 

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