Who is paid how much to do what

February 28, 1997

Higher Education Funding Council for England. Chairman: Sir Ron Dearing/Brandon Gough(appointed April 1993) - twodays per week - Pounds 41,000 (92/94); Pounds 35,000 (94/95); Pounds 36,000 (95/96).

Chief Executive: Graeme Davies/Brian Fender Pounds 102,000 (92/94); Pounds 110,000 (94/95); Pounds 119,000 (95/96, including Pounds 62,000 for Prof Davies to Sept 95 and Pounds 57,000 for Prof Fender from Oct 1) Total board members' honoraria (excluding chairman and chief executive): Pounds 44,000 (each year, 92 to 96); (Pounds 4,000 per member but one does not draw thehonorarium) The board consists of up to15 members, including the chairman and chief executive, whoare appointed for a term ofservice of two or three years by the secretary of state foreducation and employment.

Board Members (1995/96) Joan Bingley, chartered secretary in public practice; Anthony Booth, chairman, Ericsson UK (appointed May 1996); Sir John Cadogan, director general, research councils; Sir Colin Campbell, vice-chancellor, University of Nottingham; Michael Fallon,former parliamentary under secretary of state for education; Sir Brian Follett, vice-chancellor, University of Warwick (retired May 1996); David Fussey, vice-chancellor, University of Greenwich (appointed May 1996); Kay-Tee Khaw, professor of clinicalgerontology, University of Cambridge; Idris Pearce, chairman, Higher Education Funding Council for Wales (retired May 1996); Barbara Stephens, chief executive, West Cumbria Development Agency; John Strickson, principal, North East Surrey College of Technology; Stewart Sutherland, vice-chancellor, University of Edinburgh (appointed May 1996); Rab Telfer, chairman, board ofgovernors, University of Teesside; Janet Trotter, director, Cheltenham and Gloucester College of Higher Education; David Watson, director, University of Brighton (retired May 1996); Brandon Gough's other interests: Chairman, Yorkshire Water plc Director, De La Rue plc; National Power plc; George Wimpey plc Further Education Funding Council

Chairman: Sir Robert Gunn - two days per week - Pounds 28,000 (from May 1992 to May 1993 paid direct by DfE and these costs not included) Pounds 35,000 Pounds 36,000 Chief executive: Sir William Stubbs - Pounds 155,000 (92/94); Pounds 102,000 (94/95); Pounds 109,000 (95/96).

Council members total remuneration (excluding chairman and chief executive): Pounds 85,000 (92/94); Pounds 48,000 (94/95); Pounds 40,000 (95/96).

(Pounds 4,000 emolument per member per year - last year one member declined it) The council consists of around 14 members, including the chairman and chief executive, and members are appointed by the secretary of state for education and employment.

Members 1995/96: Nicholas Bennett, education and management consultant, former Conservative MP; Tony Cann, founder chairman and current vice chair of ELTEC, member of NACETT, chairman of various companies; Anne Wright, vice chancellor of Sunderland University; Margaret Davey,principal of City Literary Institute; David Eade, principal of Barnsley College; Colin Harris, managing director of Legal and General Financial Services; Margaret Hobrough, principal of Godalming College; Christopher Jonas, property strategy advisor to corporations; Sir Michael Lickiss, chairman of Edexcell Foundation, non-executive director of United News and Media, chairman of West of England Development Agency; Judith Round, principal of Highbury College, Portsmouth; Michael Rowarth, principal of Newcastle College Sir Robert Gunn's other interests: Director Nottingham Building Society Schools Curriculum and Assessment Authority

Formed in October 1993.

Chairman: Sir Ron Dearing, who resigned in December 1996 - two and a half days per week - Pounds 22,906 (93/94, six months only); Pounds 44,021 (94/95); Pounds 60,052 (95/96, includes extra workon 16-19 review).

Chief executive: Chris Woodhead/Nick Tate N/A (93/94); Pounds 79,693 (94/95, Dr Tate from October 1995); Pounds 77,931 (95/96).

Council members: travelexpenses only The authority has up to 14 members, appointed by the Secretary of State for Education and Employment.

Council Members (1995/96): Roy Blatchford, headteacher, Bicester Community College;Sir Michael Heron, chairman, National Council for Vocational Qualifications (from March 1996); John Burn, principal, Emmanual College (to September 1995); Graham Mackenzie,director general, engineering employers federation; Judith Conway, teacher, Christ Church School; John Marks, director, Educational Research Trust reappointed from October 1995); Paul Dick, headmaster, Kennet School; Leonard Marsh, principal, Bishop Grosseteste College; Heather Du Quesnay, director of education, Hertfordshire; Anthony O'Hear, professor of philosophy, University of Bradford; Philip Evans, headmaster, Bedford School (reappointed from October 1995); David Quarmby, jointmanaging directorJ Sainsbury plc (resigned September 1995); Marilyn Frampton, vice principal, Richmond-upon-Thames College (from March 1996); Shahwar Sadeque, director, Art of Intelligence; Yvonne Hargreaves-Pizer, headteacher, Hague Primary School; MartynWorrall, deputy headteacher,Highbury School.

National Council for Vocational Qualifications

Chairman: Sir Bryan Nicholson (until 1994), Sir Michael Heron - one day per week - Pounds 12,500 (92/93); Pounds 14,542 (93/94,divided between two successive chairman); Pounds 17,487 (94/95); Pounds 17,924 (95/96).

Chief executive: John Hillier Pounds 20,890 (92/93); Pounds 60,226 (93/94); Pounds 75,392 (94/95); Pounds 79,729 (95/96, plus a Pounds 35,609 relocation loan).

Council members: travel expenses only Council Members: 1995/96 Andrew Armstrong; John Barnes; John Capey (retired September 1995); Raymond Cowell; Garaint Talfan Davies; Sir Ron Dearing David Gwyther (retired September 1995); Peter Hill (retired September 1995); Prudence Leith; Kevin Lyden (retired September 1995); Ian McAllister; Graham Mackenzie; Leif Mills (resigned March 1996); John Randall; Ruth Silver; John Spence; George Stevenson (retired September 1995); Rachel Totten..

Sir Michael Heron's otherinterests: Chairman of the Post Office and Council of St Georges's Hospital Medical School; Deputy chair National Advisory Council for Education and Training Targets.

Teacher Training Agency

Chairman: Geoffrey Parker- one day per week - Pounds 7,917(Sept 1994/March 1995) Pounds 15,000 (95/96) Chief executive: Anthea Millett N/A (94/95) Pounds 80,003 (95/96) Board members: no emoluments Board members: Lady Caroline Cox; Terry Creissen; Dorian Edynbry; Prabhu Guptara (to March 1996); Jonathan Hewitt; Peter Knight; Ann Markham; Anthony O'Hear; Janet Trotter; Dee Williams.

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