Gordon Hockey
RCVS registrar Gordon Hockey is set to depart the college after 16 years’ service.

RCVS registrar Gordon Hockey is leaving the college.

A short statement issued by the RCVS read: “Mr Gordon Hockey has decided to leave the RCVS after 16 years’ service. Gordon served first as assistant registrar/head of professional conduct, and, since 2012, as registrar/director of legal services.”

Key figure

RCVS president Bradley Viner said: ”We wish to thank Gordon for all his hard work and wish him every success in the future.

“He has been a key figure at the RCVS for many years, and has brought about much positive change in the organisation, particularly with respect to reform of our disciplinary processes and the introduction of our new charter, in February 2015.”

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