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Governance Roles and Responsibilities
Lawson College Australia, comprises of the
The roles and responsibilities for each are listed below.
|Duties of members of BOARD||
|LAWSON Governing members||
|Governance & Risk Management Committee|| This Committee is responsible to the Lawson College’s Board and has a broad range of duties:
Responsible for advising on matters concerning finance, investments, asset management and insurance. This includes review of financial and budget reports, borrowings, commercial ventures and accounting policies.
Responsible for the development and implementation of projects, campus master planning and policy relating to physical assets.
Responsible for Exclusion for Reasons of Unfitness; and Central Appeal role where appeals from decisions on an as needs basis are heard.
|Academic Governance Committee : Programs Committee (PC)||This Committee is responsible to the Lawson College Board.
Responsible for governance, quality assurance, ratification/approval relating to CDAC and LTTC activities & professional, disciplinary, training/teaching/academic outcomes relating to academic/training results/progression. Adjunct to this Committee is the Executive of PC to undertake ratification of results; appeals relating to results, student progress issues/concerns and compliance issues/monitoring.
|Curriculum Development and Advisory Committee (CDAC)||This Committee is responsible to Programs Committee.
Responsible for the development, design, implementation, evaluation and review of new curricula; and review and program changes of existing curricula/ and those relating to training packages.
|Learning, Teaching and Training Committee (LTTC)||This Committee is responsible to Programs Committee.
Responsible for the development and maintenance of policy, procedure and guidelines and associated documentation, development and implementation of the Learning and Teaching/Training Plan; the day to day operations relating to program delivery including: curricula, teaching/training and learning materials and environment (classroom, clinical, online, partnerships); assessment, moderation and approval of results; implementation of continuous improvement/evaluation activities; tracking student outcomes and progression/retention and study plans; maintenance of files for regulatory inspection/audit.