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1. In this Instrument of Government—
“The Council” means the Learning and Skills Council for England,
“the Corporation” means the further education corporation known as Central Sussex College,
“this Instrument” means this Instrument of Government,
“LSC member” means a member of the Corporation appointed by the Council under section 11 of the Learning and Skills Act 2000(1),
“meeting” includes a meeting at which the members attending are present in more than one room, provided that, by the use of video-conferencing facilities, it is possible for every person present at the meeting to communicate with each other,
“the Secretary of State” means the Secretary of State for Education and Skills,
“business member”, “community member”, “co-opted member”, “local authority member”,
“parent member”, “staff member” and “student member” have the meanings given to them in clause 2,
references to the institution are references to the institution which the Corporation is established to conduct and to any institution for the time being conducted by the Corporation in exercise of its powers under the Further and Higher Education Act 1992,
references in relation to the Corporation, to a variable category are references to any category of members, the determined number of which is subject to variation in accordance with clauses 2 and 4.
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