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Business Education Council

Volume 886: debated on Tuesday 11 February 1975

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asked the Secretary of State for Education and Science if he will list the members of the Business Education Council, stating the organisations which each member represents, and indicate in particular whether there is a representative of the further education sector in Wales.

I appointed members of the Business Education Council on a personal basis and not as representative of particular organisations. One member comes from Wales. Following is the information:

  • Mr. J. M. Bruce Lockhart, CB, CMG, OBE, (Chairman) Adviser on Post Experience Programme Graduate Business Centre City University.
  • Dr. M. A. Abrams, Director, Survey Research Unit, Social Science Research Council.
  • Mr. W. M. Allen, lately of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.
  • Mr. S. Broadbridge, Principal Lecturer, North Staffordshire Polytechnic.
  • Mr. D. Bruce, MC, AFM, Principal, Kingston-upon-Thames College of Further Education.
  • Dr. E. M. Byrne, Divisional Education Officer for the Lincoln Division of Lincolnshire.
  • Mr. J. Chadderton, Director of Education, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
  • Mr. E. P. Chappell, Morgan Grenfell & Co Ltd., Merchant Bankers.
  • Mrs. J. M. Elliott, Lecturer, Tottenham College of Technology.
  • Mr. A. N. Fairbairn, MC, Director of Education, Leicestershire.
  • Mr. D. Fiske, Chief Education Officer, Manchester.
  • Mr. J. Foord, Chairman, Hull Division, Association of Professional, Executive, Clerical and Computer Staffs; Councillor, Humberside County Council.
  • Mr. M. Hempsell, Director, Ellis & Buckle Ltd., Chartered Loss Adjusters.
  • Mr. P. W. de L. Holmes, Head of South West Regional Management Centre, Bristol Polytechnic.
  • Mr. L. H. Jones, Principal, South West London College.
  • Mr. R. G. King, Head of Professional Studies Department, Hull College of Commerce.
  • Mr. F. F. Land, Senior Lecturer (Computing), London School of Economics.
Thousands
1970–711971–721972–731973–74
Schools*
Under fives†293318351370
Primary pupils5,4245,5095,5345,513
Secondary pupils to age 163,0603,1583,2593,561
Over 16380394403518
Non-advanced further education ‡622633654660
Higher education§470487497508
* Estimates for January in the relevant year.
† Full-time equivalents, including nursery pupils and pupils in primary schools.
‡ Full-time equivalents of students undertaking non-advanced level work at establishments of further education. 1973–74 figure is provisional.
§ Full-time students at universities, full-time equivalents of students and serving teachers undertaking advanced level work at polytechnics and other establishments of further education. 1973–74 figure is provisional.