The Latvian Culture College Charter

Original Language Title: Latvijas Kultūras koledžas nolikums

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 465 in Riga on July 3, 2007 (pr. No 38 20) the Latvian culture College Regulations Issued under the University Act 10.1 the first paragraph of article i. General questions 1. Latvia culture College (College) is a State founded by the Ministry of culture in education supervision authority, which after the acquisition of upper secondary education provides an opportunity to get first level professional higher education and the fourth level of professional qualifications. 2. College name: 2.1.-Latvia Latvian culture College (abbreviation-LKK);
2.2. in English-Latvia culture College;
2.3. in German-Kulturkolleg des Lettland;
2.4. the Russian-Латвийский Колледж культуры. 3. the registered office of the College-the Knight Street 57, Riga, LV-1011, Latvia. 4. College representation and management institutions, as well as the Authority's College Council (hereinafter Council), the head of the College (the Director) and the College's internal audit Commission (hereinafter referred to as the Audit Commission). 5. the supreme governing body of the College and authority in strategic, financial and economic area is the Ministry of culture, the highest representation and management institutions and decision-making bodies-the Council. The Director is the highest officer of the College, the College of General Administrative and business management and without specific authorisation by the representative College. 6. the College can have its own emblem (for example, anthem, flag). The College has a stamp with added small national coat-of-arms image and full College name in the Latvian language, as well as the checking account at the bank. II. activities of the College and the basic task of College activity 7 axes are as follows: 7.1 develop and implement the first level professional higher education programs to occupation of the cultural sector;
7.2. prepare a student for a particular profession in the cultural sector;
7.3. to implement the educational process that promotes student of personal development, and provide opportunities to get first level professional higher education and a fourth level of professional qualifications, and in the laws in order to issue the diploma of first level professional higher education;
7.4. to provide for the possibility for the student to prepare for the continuing education for the second level professional higher education and professional qualifications at level 5. 8. College objectives are as follows: 8.1 in cooperation with employers to develop vocational training Pro under the gramm profession standards and national standards of vocational training and organize its implementation;
8.2. in cooperation with the social partners to develop the examination content and methods, as well as organize the qualification examinations;
8.3. to ensure the educational process and the quality of the test to the vocational college education and professional qualifications recognised in Latvia and abroad;
8.4. to conduct research in the field of culture;
8.5. to cooperate with Latvian and foreign educational institutions and employers in the field of vocational training;
8.6. to inform the public about its activities and the acquisition of vocational training opportunities in College;
8.7. to participate in national and between folksy funds. III. the Council 9. Council elections organised by the Director. The Council further, by secret ballot. Representatives from the Council to work more academic and general staff and student middle category concerned only staff members. The Director and Deputy Director shall be included in the Council without election. The composition of the Council is approved by the Ministry of Culture. The Council's term of Office is three years. 10. the Council is composed of 14 members of the Council: 10.1. the Director, Deputy Director, one of five academic staff representatives (the College is their main job place);
10.2. two general staff representatives;
10.3. three student self-government representatives;
10.4. the two authorized employer or professional organizations, or vocational training and employment of the trilateral cooperation apakšpadom delegated representatives. 11. the Council shall elect the Chairman and the Secretary of the Council. Council of representatives and President of the Council shall lay down the procedure for the operation of the Charter. 12. The Council shall: 12.1. develop college budget;
12.2. the approved courses;
12.3. Approves the research directions;
12.4. draw up proposals on student enrollment and new study programmes;
5. decide on a College departments, affiliates, representative offices, reorganization and liquidation, and approve the regulations;
12.6. Approves the Charter of academic and administrative positions in college and the election procedures in these posts;
12.7. Approves the regulations on the study and test procedures in College;
12.8. Approves the Statute of the Commission of audit and its composition;
12.9. accepts the Audit Commission report;
12.10. the adopted report of the Director of the College;
12.11. support and promote the activities of the Student Government, the student management under the same rules;
12.12. Approves College logos;
12.13. the development of the College Charter and amendments;
12.14. proposes that the question about the college name or legal status;
12.15. approve the internal rules of the College;
12.16. examine other issues in accordance with these rules within its competence, and take the necessary decisions. 13. The Board of Governors shall be convened by its Chairman, Director or at least five members of the Council. The Council meets at least once every two months. 14. the Council is valid, if the meeting of at least nine members of the Governing Council. Decisions shall be taken by a simple majority, a vote. If the vote splits equal, the Chairman of the Board shall have a casting vote. 15. the Council decision shall enter into force, if it votes not less than two-thirds of the present members of the Council. The Director has a suspensive veto rights in respect to the decisions of the Council. After the veto question of application of the harmonisation, the Commission examined. The Commission shall set up a Coordination Council. It shall consist of the Director, the Chairman of the Board and one representative of the academic staff, the General staff and student. The Reconciliation Commission decision approving the next Council meeting. Council decision shall enter into force if, by secret ballot, on the vote not less than two-thirds of the present members of the Council. 16. some of the issues the Council may establish advisory boards and approve the regulations. IV. The Director 17. Director of recruiting and released from the Culture Minister. 18. the Director shall be responsible for the operation of the College, the College implemented administrative and economic management and is the College's official representative in all colleges. 19. Directors: 19.1. recruiting and exempt from the Darba College academic and general staff and Deputy Director position;
19.2. issue a binding order of the staff college;
19.3. following coordination with the Ministry of culture shall determine the number of units of the Office of the College;
19.4. following coordination with the Ministry of culture shall issue orders for the College Department, reorganizing and dissolution;
19.5. in accordance with its mandate, shall decide on the resources of the College;
12.2. organizes the Council elections;
19.7. organizes the Audit Commission elections;
19.8. the Council duly organized by academic staff and administrative staff of the elections;
12.4. present to the Council and the Ministry of culture in the College activity annual report and provides opportunities for staff to consult the annual report;
19.10. responsibility for the utilisation of financial resources of the College;
19.11. following coordination with the higher education Council to approve the additional requirements with regard to prior special education, special fitness and preparedness for membership in specific courses.
19.12. performs other tasks as set out in these provisions. 20. the Director shall have the right, without election: 20.1. not more than one time in a row and no longer than a year to approve the academic staff rules 34 and 35 above posts;
20.2. not more than one time in a row and no longer than a year to approve the post Department (the Department) managers. (V). Audit Commission. the Audit Commission 21 three persons elected by the College in the composition of the staff of elections by secret ballot. The Audit Commission is composed of one elected representative of the academic staff, one elected representative of the General staff and one elected student government representative. Even the Audit Commission representative only category concerned staff members. The election of the representatives is determined by the order the Audit Charter. The Audit Commission term of Office is three years. The Audit Commission may not be employees, which is the administrative office or the Council. 22. the Audit Commission is entitled: 22.1. checking the conformity of the activities of the College regulations, College rules, as well as the Council and the decisions of the Director;

22.2. to acquaint themselves with all documents related to the College's financial and economic activity. 23. The Audit Commission inspection at least once a year and report on the results of the audit Council and staff. Vi. College departments in the education process, 24 research, organizational, economic or job can create departments of the College. 25. the Department tasks, functions and structure of the unit right down the regulations. The Unit Manager is responsible for the work of the Department. 26. the College pamatstruktūrvienīb education and research work is the chapter. The organizational, economic and operational work of the College can also consist of other departments. 27. The Department is the Department implementing the related profile first level professional higher education study programmes. The task of the Department is to implement the program of study, conduct research, interact with other College departments, educational institutions, employers and non-governmental organizations. Chapter 28 is at least eight educators holding elected positions. Head of Department, elect under this provision of the statute referred to in paragraph 12.6. VII. The College staff 29. College staff (further-PC): 29.1. academic staff;
29.2. overall staff;
29.3. learners. 30. the Staff College shall be entitled to use the facilities, equipment, inventory, library, and other objects, in accordance with the internal rules of the College. 31. the staff are obliged to promote the College and action to support transparency in its administration. Personnel shall have the right to participate in decision making, as well as for proposals related to the activities of the College. 32. The academic staff consists of: 32.1. Assistant Professor;
32.2. the lecturer;
32.3. the Assistant. 33. the Person elected in academic and administrative positions elected by open competition in accordance with the rules referred to in paragraph 12.6. bottom Charter. The contest is advertised for at least a month before the election, the publication of a notice in the newspaper "journal" and the local newspaper. 34. academic positions may elect a person with doctorate or master's degree. 35. The professional study programme profile subjects of the post of Assistant Professor may hold a person with higher education without degree, if it is appropriate for the subject matter concerned at least seven years seniority in practice. Requirements of this Assistant Professor position sliding the applicants, approved by the Council. Professional study programme profile subjects or Assistant lecturer posts can take a person with higher education without degree, if it is the subject matter appropriate for at least five years ' seniority in practice. 36. academic staff have the following responsibilities: 36.1. creative and responsible participation in the implementation of the programme of study;
36.2. constantly improve their professional qualifications;
22.6. to observe the rules of professional conduct;
22.6. to answer for their actions and their results;
22.7. to provide the student the opportunity to pursue College in their own rights. 37. academic staff have the following rights: 37.1. study programme to be implemented under the framework of the regulations on the study and test procedures to determine the free courses, test content, forms and methods;
37.2. the research work, freely choose research methods, evaluate and publish research results;
37.3. submit proposals for action relevant to the objective of the College events;
37.4. offer new study programmes and to propose new courses;
37.5. proposals on College development and internal policing;
23.4. to be elected for representation, Management College, institutions and decision-making bodies. 38. A Person admitted to a College in accordance with the regulations laid down in the student admissions requirements and the provisions referred to in subparagraph 19.11. additional requirements. 39. Reflektant intake in College organized by admissions. The composition of the Committee each year shall be approved by the Council. 40. If reflektant is greater than the number of College places opened in the respective courses, student selection carried out by tender. 41. Reflektant clearing college student number to the order of the Director. 42. the student is obliged to respect the rules of the Council of the College rināto rulings and transmit internal rules, as well as fully and successfully to master study programme. 43. The student is excluded from the student, based on the Director's order. VIII. Student Self-Government 44. Learners College creates a student self-government. Student self-adminis-Board operates in accordance with its designed and approved regulations. Regulations aligned with the Council. 45. Student Self-Government: 45.1. defending and representing the interests of the student College and other institutions;
45.2. the representative of Latvia and unfocused learning abroad. 46. The student authority have the right to request and receive from the College representation and management bodies, and heads of departments shall be information and clarification on the issues that affect the interests of the student. 47. The student self-government representatives have the right to participate in the College authority. The student self-government representatives in the Council have suspensive right of veto in matters that affect the interests of the student. If necessary, create a Conciliation Commission, the Council and the issue be re-examined at the next meeting of the Council. The Reconciliation Commission decision approved by the Council. Council decision shall enter into force if, by secret ballot, on the vote not less than two-thirds of the total number of the members of the Council present. 48. The student self-government decisions are subject to approval by the Council is binding to all student. IX. Programme development and approval processes of study 49. governed by the regulations approved by the Council. 50. the study programme is drawn up and filed in academic departments. 51. the programme's content and its implementation is responsible for the study. 52. the study closes with a national test. National test component of the game is the diploma development and advocacy. 53. the study programme and the decision on the termination of the programmes shall be adopted by the Council. 54. If the program is eliminated, the College provided the student an opportunity to continue studies in another college courses or other appropriate courses in college or University. 55. Studies in College may also occur for a fee. Tuition for each school year and the arrangements for payment shall be determined by the Council. Fees payable by legal or natural persons, in accordance with the agreements concluded by the College student. 56. the study process is the study that you can participate in all educator. Research priorities and direction, organization and decision-making procedures it shall be determined by the Council. 57. the process of study and examination procedures in College down the regulations approved by the Council on the study and test procedures. X. internal procedures governing the adoption of documents 58. College internal practices in regulatory documents approved by the Director. 59. The College departments of internal procedures governing documents, in accordance with the regulations approved by the Department head of the Department, but, if the Charter is not certain such rights, shall be approved by the Director. 60. The procedures governing action in areas where regulation is beyond the competence of the Director, be approved by the Council on a proposal from the Director. XI. College funding sources and funding arrangements of the 61. financial resources of the College consists of: 61.1. State budget grant from the general revenue;
61.2. revenues for the services and other revenue;
38.1. foreign financial resources;
61.4. legal and physical person donations and gifts. 62. College activities in accordance with its purpose, goals and norm relevant provisions can provide paid services, perform an economic activity and to provide other services. XII. Administrative provisions and the actual action of the opposition to succeed Director 63. administrative provisions and actual action may be challenged in the Ministry of culture. The Ministry of culture's decision can be appealed in court. 64. The college officials issued administrative provisions and actual action may be challenged, by submitting the submissions to the Director. Decision of the Director may appeal to the Court. XIII. reorganization and liquidation of the College 65. Decision on reorganization or liquidation of the College shall be adopted by the Cabinet of Ministers on a proposal of the Minister of culture. XIV. The College Charter and its amendments, the initiation and development of the College Charter and 66. proposals for amendments of the regulations, the development of the College Council created the Commission. The Commission shall lay down the procedure for the Council approved regulations. Prime Minister a. Halloween cultural demakova, Minister H.