North Lindsey College is committed to the support and promotion of healthy lifestyles and is working towards making the college a healthier place to work and study.
The National Healthy FE Programme is an aspirational model aimed at creating a future where FE providers to have strong relationships with community partners to create a learning environment where positive wellbeing is the expectation for all, producing learners and staff who are confident, healthy, safe, emotionally resilient and personally fulfilled. (Healthy FE Steering Group, December 2008)
North Lindsey College is committed to the support and promotion of healthy lifestyles and is working towards making the college a healthier place to work and study and has established a Healthy College Group which is made up of staff from across the college and led by a college Senior Manager.
The Healthy FE framework which went live from October 2009, takes forward the colleges commitment to develop a strategy to improve the wellbeing of students and staff, integrating health into organisational structures and creating an effective learning and working environment.
The initiative will build upon what the college has already been doing, but will also provide more tools and support to address the health and wellbeing needs of our students and staff.
The College has gained the Bronze Healthy Workplace Award and is currently working towards Silver.
The Healthy College Group
Alan Rayment – Fitness Suite Manager
Scott Wilson - Head of Human Resources
Catherine Griffith - Head of Performance
Pete Langford - Enrichment Coordinator
Heather Poole – Health & Safety Administrator
Sarah HIlls – Health & Safety Administrator
Melanie Markham – HR Assistant
Ian Hamilton - Curriculum Leader Sport & Uniformed Services
Rachel Benstead – Safeguarding Officer