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Principal of the College of North West London to retire

15:14 09 August 2013

Vicki Fagg will be retiring from her post

Vicki Fagg will be retiring from her post

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The principal of the College of North West London is to step down after 10 years in her post.

Vicki Fagg is to retire in January next year after taking up the role in 2003.

She joined the college, which has campuses in Wembley and Willesden, as vice principal in 1992.

Andy Cole, current vice principal at City of Westminster College, has been named as her successor.

He said: said: “I am already looking forward to working with colleagues to ensure the college continues to thrive.

“I believe the college is well placed to secure for itself a distinctive and independent future; a future that will see us delivering the very best opportunities for our students, business partners and communities; a future that will see the College as the destination of choice for vocational education and training in London.“

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