Fire And Civil Defence College Charter

Original Language Title: Ugunsdrošības un civilās aizsardzības koledžas nolikums

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 979 in Riga in 2006 (30 November. No 62 18) fire and civil defence College Regulations Issued under the University Act 10.1 the first paragraph of article i. General questions 1. Fire and civil defence College (College) is a State founded in the State fire and rescue service of the educational institution. College after secondary education mining provides the ability to get first level professional higher education and the fourth level of professional qualifications. 2. College name: Latvian language 2.1-fire and civil defence College;
2.2. in English-Fire Safety and Civil Protection College;
2.3. in German-College für schutz und Zivilschutz Brand;
2.4. the Russian language Колледж безопасности пожарной и гражданской-защиты. 3. the registered office of the College Street, kengarags 3/1, Riga, LV-1063, Latvia. 4. College governing body representation and authority are College Council (hereinafter Council) and master (Director). The Council is the governing body of the College and the collegiate decision-making body. The Director is the highest officer of the College, the College of General Administrative and business management and represent the College in all its affairs. 5. the supreme governing body of the College and authority in strategic, financial and economic matters is a national fire and rescue service. 6. the College has a seal with a small picture of the national coat-of-arms and the education authorities the name of Latvian language, as well as the current account in the Treasury. 7. College can have its own flag, coat of arms, emblem, logo, motto and anthem. II. activities of the College and the basic task of College activity 8 axes are as follows: 8.1. first level professional higher education program development and implementation;
8.2. in preparation for the operation of student fire safety, rescue and civil protection;
8.3. the implementation of the educational process, promoting student personal development and providing for the possibility for the student to get first level professional higher education and a fourth level of professional qualifications;
8.4. 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. 9. College objectives are the following: 9.1. in cooperation with the State fire and rescue service according to the standards of the profession and the national standards of vocational training to develop professional study programmes and organize its implementation;
9.2. in cooperation with the State fire and rescue service to develop and implement a staff professional continuing education and professional development Pro gramm;
9.3. the development of examination content and methods, as well as in cooperation with the national fire and rescue authorities to organize the examination;
9.4. ensure the study process and the quality of the test to the vocational college education and professional qualifications recognised in Latvia and abroad;
9.5. to conduct studies of fire protection, rescue and civil protection;
9.6. to organize the College activities the axes of the appropriate measures (for example, public courses, lectures, conferences);
9.7. in interact with Latvian and foreign educational institutions and employers;
6.1. to inform the public about its activities and the acquisition of vocational training opportunities in College;
9.9. encourage academic staff professional development;
9.10. engage the State fire and rescue service in the performance of the delegated tasks;
9.11. other activities in compliance with laws and regulations. III. the Council 10. Council elections organised by the Director. The Director, Deputy Director and Director of studies at work Vice-Chairperson professional continuing education and professional development in the work of the Council include the free election. Tips from the more academic and general staff and student. Work Council representatives still in the category concerned only staff members. The Council further, by secret ballot. 11. the Council is composed of 14 members of the Council: 11.1. the Director, the Deputy Director of Studio work, the Deputy Director of the professional continuing education and professional development;
11.2. four academic staff representatives (the College is their main job place);
11.3. two general staff representatives;
11.4. three student self-government representatives;
11.5. the two notified the State fire and rescue service. 12. the Council shall elect the Chairman and the Secretary of the Council. Representatives and the President of the Council shall lay down the procedure for the election of a Council regulation drawn up by the Council and approved by the State fire and rescue service Chief. 13. the Council approved the composition of the State fire and rescue service Chief. The Council's term of Office is three years. 14. the Council: 14.1. confirm study programmes and research directions;
8.8. Approves the college admission rules laid down;
14.3. draw up proposals on student enrollment and new study programmes;
14.4. Approves the regulations on academic and administrative posts in College;
14.5. Approves the regulations on the study and test procedures in College;
9.1. approve the internal rules of the College;
14.7. the Director shall adopt the annual activity report of the College;
14.8. support and encourage the student's own regulatory activities, as well as approve the student self-government rules;
9.3. Approves the College flag, coat of arms, emblem, motto, anthem and logo;
14.10. propose to the college name or legal status;
14.11. decide on other issues which, in accordance with this regulation within its competence. 15. the Council shall be convened by its Chairman, the Director of the College or at least five members of the Council. The Council meets at least three times in the first half, and the break between them may not exceed two months. 16. the Council is valid, if the hearing at least ten members of the Council. Decisions shall be taken by a simple majority vote, or by secret ballot. If the votes of the Council members divided into similar, the President of the Council shall have a casting vote. 17. 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. The Conciliation Commission 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 vote, the vote of not less than two-thirds of the present members of the Council. 18. some of the issues the Council may establish advisory boards and approve the regulations. IV. The Director Director appointed 19 and released from Office by the State fire and rescue service Chief. 20. the Director: 20.1. legislation adopted in accordance with the procedure laid down in the service (work) and exempted from service (work) College personnel;
20.2. in accordance with the competency issue written orders;
20.3. in accordance with its mandate, shall decide on the resources of the College;
20.4. organizes and oversees studies and teaching in College;
20.5. organizes the election of academic staff;
20.6. submit to the Council and the national fire and rescue service to College activities annual report and provides opportunities for staff to become acquainted with it;
20.7. the responsibility for the use of the financial resources of the College;
12.9. to fulfil other tasks defined in this regulation. 21. If the College is free or free academic position, the Director in accordance with the decision of the Council is to hold an election of right not, but for a period of up to two years or until another election no more than once in succession to hire a visiting guest lecturer, viesdocent or this Charter referred to in paragraph 29 posts. V. College unit 22. College pamatstruktūrvienīb education and research work is the Department. Organizational, economic or job in College set up appropriate structures. 23. the decision on the establishment, reorganisation of the departments or elimination shall be taken by the Director after consulting with the State fire and rescue service Chief. 24. the Department tasks, functions and structure of the unit right down the rules. The Unit Manager is responsible for the work of the Department. 25. the College's Department, in the exercise of professional continuing education and professional development programs. It works on the basis of regulations approved by the Council of the College. Vi. College personnel 26. College personnel (hereinafter? staff): 26.1. academic staff;
26.2. the General staff;
26.3. student (College Cadet). 27. the staff shall have the right in accordance with the internal rules of the College to use College facilities, equipment, inventory, library, and other objects. 28. it is the duty of the Staff contribute to the College and to support the activities of the openness of its administration. Personnel shall have the right to participate in decision making, as well as for proposals related to the activities of the College. 29. The academic staff consists of: 29.1. Assistant Professor;

29.2. lecturers;
29.3. the Assistant. 30. persons in academic positions elected by open competition in accordance with the rules of the academic and administrative positions in college. The contest is advertised for at least a month before the election, the publication of a notice in the newspaper "Gazette" and putting it on the College's website on the internet. 31. academic positions may elect a person with doctorate or master's degree. 32. 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. 33. Elections in academic posts are blocked. The Director concluded the employment contract with a person elected to the entire election period. 34. The Academic Council shall be elected by the staff for six years. 35. academic staff have the following responsibilities: 21.8. creative and responsible participation in the implementation of the programme of study;
35.2. constantly improve their professional qualifications;
35.3. abide by the rules of professional conduct;
35.4. the answer for their actions and their results;
22.1. to provide the student the opportunity to exercise their rights in College;
22.1. to participate in the College's curriculum development facilities. 36. academic staff have the following rights: 36.1. the study programmes and the appropriate regulations for study and test procedures to determine the free courses and test content, forms and methods;
36.2. the research work, freely choose research methods, evaluate and publish research results;
36.3. submit proposals for action relevant to the objective of the College events;
22.6. to submit proposals for the development of education;
22.7. to offer new courses and to propose new courses;
22.7. to make proposals for the development of the College and internal policing;
22.8. to be elected to the College of management, the representative institutions and decision-making bodies. 37. A Person admitted to a College in accordance with the regulations laid down in the student admission requirements. 38. Reflektant intake in College organized by admissions. The composition of each year of study approved by the Council. 39. If reflektant is greater than the number of College places opened in the respective courses, student selection carried out by tender. 40. the Reflektant shall contain the number of college student with a Director's order. 41. the Student has the following rights: 25.5. suspend and resume their studies in the order established by the Council;
41.2. to receive information on matters related to education;
41.3. the student self-government and the vote to be elected to it;
25.7. to found the Group and Club. 42. the Student shall have the following responsibilities: 42.1. fully and successfully to master study programme;
26.2. to fulfil their duties in accordance with the staff regulations and regulatory orders;
26.3. to comply with the Statute, the Council of the College approved by-laws and internal rules;
26.3. gently treat uniforms, College facilities and equipment. 43. The student may deduct from the student, if the student himself: 43.1. it wants;
43.2. the admission to the College is influenced by deception or other actions, that infringed the principle of equal treatment of tenderers;
43.3. it has not fulfilled the expiry of study and test procedure requirements;
43.4. it violated College internal rules or fail to fulfil their contractual obligations. 44. The student of the student counts report with the Director's order. 45. the Student creates student self-government. The student self-government in developing student self regulation. The student self-government operates according to the rules. 46. The student self-government: 46.1. defending and representing the interests of the student College and other institutions;
46.2. the representative student interest in Latvia and abroad. 47. The student authority have the right to request and receive from the College of management bodies, and heads of departments shall be information and clarification on the issues that affect the interests of the student. 48. Student 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 vote, the vote of not less than two-thirds of the present members of the Council. 49. The student self-government decisions are subject to approval by the Council is binding to all student. VII. Programme development and approval process 50 studies is governed by regulations approved by the Council. 51. On the content of the study programme is the responsibility of the College Department (Department) that implement the education process. 52. In conclusion, the study programme is the national challenge-skill development and advocacy. 53. the programme is approved and the decision on the termination of the implementation of the programme shall be adopted by the Council. 54. The decision on the new education Pro the initiation of implementation of the programme shall be adopted by the Council, after consulting the State fire and rescue service. VIII. economic activity and College funding sources 55. activities under its College in accordance with the basic laws and regulations can provide paid services, and other services, as well as to carry out economic activity. 56. The College's financial resources shall consist of: 56.1. State budget grant from the general revenue;
56.2. income from fees for services rendered and other own revenue;
56.3. foreign financial help;
56.4. donations and gifts. IX. The College Charter and its amendments, the initiation and development of regulations 57. College and amendments Development Council created the Commission. The Commission shall lay down the procedure for the Council approved the Charter. 58. Proposals for amendments to the Statute of the College may submit to the Director, the members of the Council, student self-government, Department managers, as well as one tenth of the total number of staff of the College. X. reorganisation and winding up of the College 59. Decision on reorganization or liquidation of the College after the Interior Minister accepted the proposal of the Cabinet of Ministers. XI. activities of the College of Justice and reports on College activities 60. College activities rule of law provides the Director. 61. the Director has the right to cancel the college officials decisions, orders and instructions. 62. the Director of the administrative acts issued or actual action may challenge the State fire and rescue service. State fire and rescue service's decision may appeal to the Court. 63. the Director not less than annually submit national fire and rescue Chief reports on the execution of the tasks of the College and the College for the use of budget resources. State fire and rescue service boss has the right at any time to request a review of the activities of the College. Prime Minister a. Halloween place-Minister for traffic Minister a. shlesers