Register of interests: Kevin Kelman
The Register of Interests provides information of any financial interest or other material benefit that a Board or Committee member receives which might reasonably be thought by others to influence his or her actions.
1. Remunerated directorships
2. Remunerated employment, office, profession or other activity
Director of NHS Scotland Academy, a joint national venture between NHS Education Scotland (NES) and NHS Golden Jubilee.
3. Clients connected with the further and/or higher education sector or other aspects of the Council's business.
Across NHS Education Scotland (NES) and NHS Golden Jubilee there are connections to most of Scotland's further and higher education institutions, ranging from NHS Golden Jubilee's university hospital status in partnership with University of Strathclyde, to the contracts for health social care workforce education and training awarded by NHS Education Scotland (NES).
4. Significant gifts or hospitality arising from Board or Committee membership. (To be reported as soon as reasonably practical).
5. Significant shareholdings in a public company where the value is more than 1% of the total issued share value of the company.
6. Significant shareholdings in a private company which might give rise to a conflict of interest or trust.
7. Public activity in support of a political party within the previous five years.
8. Miscellaneous, for example, unremunerated posts, honorary positions and other connections which might give rise to a conflict of interest or trust.
Non-executive Board Member (NEBM), Education Scotland.
9. Relevant and known interests of spouse, partner and close family.
Paul Cassidy, Headteacher, Stirling High School.