This page is about the organisation of Business Academy Southwest. The board (B) is the academy’s highest authority and they authorise the principal and the directorate of the academy (D) to manage the academy. Business Academy Southwest is organised into cross-disciplinary centres (T), knowledge clusters plus administration and infrastructure (A).
The board (B) is the academy’s highest authority and manages our interests as an educational and knowledge institution. The board lay down the guidelines for the academy’s organisation, long-term activities and development.
The board assembles four times a year. The board manages the overall and strategic management of Business Academy Southwest and ensures that the quality of the courses is high, that the courses are developed and that the operation of the academy is efficient.
Chairman Johanne Gregersen, Danish Association of Professional Technicians
Deputy Chairman Tonny Nielsen, Danish Metalworkers’ Union
Leif Bjerre Hermansen, Jens Lysholdts Eftf. A/S
Dan Alsted Nielsen, Danfoss A/S
Henny Fiskbæk Jensen, HK/Private
Peter Amstrup, managing director, Rybners
Erik Lauritzen, Sonderborg Municipality
Allan Østergaard, Executive Vice President & COO, VIKING Life-Saving Equipment
Kim Nikolajsen, Nordea
Jesper Ottosen, member of staff, EASV
Mogens Frølich, member of staff EASV
Alexander Ipsen, student at EASV (Computer scientist)
Thomas Kildal, student at EASV (constructing architect)
Principal Henrik Larsen takes part in board meetings as a non-voting member.
The directorate is comprised of the principal, the deputy principal, the education manager and the finance and administration manager.
Principal Henrik Larsen
Deputy Principal Søren Haahr Jensen
Education Manager Anne-Mette Tønnesen
Finance and Administration Manager Lisbeth S. Ljungstrøm
The principal is responsible for management of the academy in line with the guidelines laid down by the board. The performance contract 2015, 2016 and 2017 can be viewed here. The remaining members of the directorate perform their functions on the authority of the principal.
Business Academy Southwest is organised into cross-disciplinary centres (T), education areas (V) plus administration and infrastructure.
Each education areas has a head who is responsible for the courses and the staff belonging to the cluster.
The cross-disciplinary centres
The cross-disciplinary centres (T) have the following areas of responsibility:
Communication & marketing
Business & applied science
The education areas at Business Academy Southwest are organised in the following way:
Architectural & Technology
Finance & Service
IT & Media
Sales and Marketing
Administration and Infrastructure
Administration and Infrastructure are responsible for the following functions:
Buildings and refectory/canteen