Policy #6150: Employee Access to College Programs and Courses
Selkirk College Policies and Procedures
|Title and Number||Policy #6150: Employee Access to College Programs and Courses|
|Effective||November 1, 2002||Next review||March 17, 2016|
|Executive Responsibility||Administrative Responsibility||Recommended by Policy Review Committee||March 17, 2011|
|Director, Human Resources||Deans and Supervisors||Recommended/Approved by Education Council|
|Approved by President||July 4, 2011|
- November 1, 2002
- Next Review
- March 17, 2016
- Executive Responsibility
- Director, Human Resources
- Administrative Responsibility
- Deans and Supervisors
- Recommended by Policy Review Committee
- March 17, 2011
- Recommended/Approved by Education Council
- Approved by President
- July 4, 2011
This policy outlines the criteria for allowing regular College employees to access base-funded programs and courses subject to both space availability and relevance to job requirements.
2. Scope / Limits
This policy applies to all regular (non-probationary) employees.
Recreational or personal interest courses are excluded from this policy.
This policy does not supersede provisions in collective agreements; however, it should be considered as complementary and supplementary to these provisions.
Cost-recovery courses that contribute to the employee’s academic and/or vocational upgrading or improve his/her ability to fulfill job requirements may be taken subject to the supervisor's approval. The Department's budget will be billed for the course costs.
Forms and Guidelines:
Professional Development Committees will supply forms.