Posted: Thu 14th Jul 2016

Coleg Cambria appoints new Principal.

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Thursday, Jul 14th, 2016

Sue Price, currently Chief Executive Officer at First4Skills has been appointed to the new position of Principal at Coleg Cambria.

John Clutton, Chair of the Governing Board said,

“We are delighted to announce that the Board of Governors has appointed Sue Price as our new Principal, and we look forward to her joining us at Cambria. 

She will joining one of the UK’s leading colleges and be part of the highly successful and talented senior management team, headed up by David Jones, our Cambria Chief Executive Officer”.

Sue, originally from the Wirral, now lives in Neston with her husband and two young sons.  She has successful and diverse experience in learning and skills, is herself a product of FE, and has a Master’s Degree in Educational Management

Sue began her career with 11 years at Wirral Metropolitan and Hugh Baird Colleges, initially as a lecturer before promotion to Teaching & Learning Development Manager. 

She joined the Learning and Skills Council in 2002, undertaking a range of roles in the Greater Merseyside Region. 

She joined the National Apprenticeship Service/Skills Funding Agency in 2009, progressing to the position of Northern Divisional Director before joining First4Skills in 2014.

David Jones, Chief Executive Officer at Cambria said,

“We look forward to Sue joining us as soon as possible.  She will bring excellent skills and new experience to our outstanding team.  Sue will join a high performing college at an exciting time, with excellent inspection results and student achievements; sector leading financial performance supporting over £30m of capital investment which is taking place; and a strong plan for growth as we embark on a new 4 year strategic plan that will be launched in August 2016”.

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