Professional Development Flexible Calendar Program

 Important Professional Development Information:

Flex Hours as of 23 November 2014

 

Flex Week Presentations

Archived In-Service Programs

Useful Flex Week Information:

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Individual Activity

Attends, participates in or presents an activity such as a speech, demonstration, skills lab, seminar, lecture, conference, course (not to be used for salary advancement), or similar activity. The subject of the activity must relate to staff, student, or instructional improvement. This form does not require pre-approval.

After attending the activity and before June 30, report your attendance on the Individual Activity Report Form.

Form for reporting participation in an individual activity:

  1. Individual Activity Report Form

To submit via email: Open and complete the form. Please type your name where it asks for signature. It is suggested that you add your last name to the file name when you save the document e.g., IndividActivHorlings.docx. Lastly, email the form to your Division Rep who will sign and forward to the flex office with a cc to you. It's not required to send by email, but saves paper and time! Thank you!

Professional Development Week Forms for Faculty and Division Admins

If you would like to present an activity such as a speech, workshop, demonstration, lecture, meeting, seminar, etc. during fall or spring Professional Development Week please email Jane Horlings or the Academic Senate Office. Presenters receive 3 flex credits for each hour of the presentation. No additional credit for preparation time is allowed. This format does not require pre-approval.

Forms for Presentations to be given during Professional Development Week:

  1. Professional Development Week Presenter Form (Spring 2015 deadline is 31 Oct, 2014)
  2. Professional Development Week Division/Department Meeting Form (Spring 2015 deadline is 31 Oct, 2014)
    (Please note: This form is used to schedule meetings, not to report attendance/flex hours)