Freedom of information
Perth College UHI is committed to the principles of openness and accountability in all its activities. In response to our obligations under the Freedom of Information Act (Scotland) 2002, the College has adopted and will maintain this publication scheme, listing the types of information which are available to members of the public.
The College has adopted the Model Publication Scheme 2013, which has been approved by the Scottish Information Commissioner indefinitely.
Perth College UHI is the major provider of vocational training and education. In addition to our main campus in Perth, we have dedicated learning centres in Perth city centre, Blairgowrie, Crieff and Kinross which serve the needs of local and remote communities.
The College is a partner in the University of the Highlands and Islands, through which it offers a range of degree programmes. Perth College UHI is managed by a Board of Management, with members drawn from business and the education and training communities. Teaching and support staff and the student body are also represented.
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Perth College UHI holds the copyright for the vast majority of information in this publication scheme. All of this information can be copied or reproduced without our formal permission, provided it is copied or reproduced accurately, is not used in a misleading context, and provided that the source of the material is identified.
The publication scheme may, however, contain information where the copyright holder is not Perth College UHI. In most cases the copyright holder will be obvious from the documents. In cases where the copyright is unclear, however, it is the responsibility of the person accessing the information to locate and seek the permission of the copyright holder before reproducing the material or in any other way breaching the rights of the copyright holder. Wherever possible, this scheme will indicate where we do not own the copyright on information we supply.