Wisconsin Administrative Code
Technical College System Board
Chapter TCS 3 - Certification Of Personnel: Requirements And Procedures
Section TCS 3.15 - District certification committee

Universal Citation: WI Admin Code ยง TCS 3.15

Current through February 27, 2023

(1) CREATION. Each district director shall appoint a district certification committee to assist in the implementation of this chapter.

(2) MEMBERSHIP. The committee shall consist of 5 members who require certification under this chapter, and who are appointed for staggered 2-year terms commencing July 1 and ending June 30. No member may serve more than 3 consecutive 2-year terms. At least 3 members shall be employees of the district who are subject to the provisions of this chapter and recommended by the representative labor unions. The district certification officer shall staff the committee. Members shall be selected in a manner maximizing diversity of educational perspective.

(3) SELECTION OF A CHAIRPERSON. At the first meeting of each year the committee shall elect a chairperson. No person may serve as chairperson for more than 2 successive annual terms.

(4) DUTIES. The committee shall:

(a) Review and recommend for approval to the district director, at least once every 5 years, the district plan of activities for professional growth, prior to submitting the plan to the director. The district plan of activities for professional growth may include workshops or conferences of specific relevance to persons covered by this chapter, continuing education units (CEUs) and attendance in district associate degree or vocational diploma courses.

(b) Propose to the district director, district in-service activities to be used to meet certification requirements.

(c) Advise the district director regarding the application and implementation of this chapter.

(d) Advise the district director as to staff classification in part-time and full-time certification status.

(e) Advise the district director as to staff positions requiring certification and the types of certification required.

(f) Plan and provide district in-service programs regarding certification.

(g) Receive and review complaints, suggestions or inquiries in matters regarding certification and advise the district director of action which the committee deems appropriate.

(h) Communicate with the state certification committee on complaints, suggestions or inquiries in matters regarding certification.

Cr. Register, April, 1993, No. 448, eff. 5-1-93.

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