Local Staff Development Committee

 

FInd Staff Training & Development department information at:

http://www.dit.ie/hr/training/

 

Staff Development within DIT is guided by the Staff Development Policy:

http://dit.ie/media/humanresources/documents/policiesprocedures/Staff%20Development%20Policy%20-%20HRP071.pdf

 

At Institute level, there is an overall Staff Development Committee, with representatives from all Directorates:

http://dit.ie/intranet/media/humanresources/documents/stafftraininganddevelopment/DIT%20Staff%20Development%20Committee%20-%20with%20effect%20Jan%202015.pdf

 

Per the Staff Development Policy, The President and each Director have established Local Staff Development Committees representative of all categories of staff (i.e. management, academic/research, technical, library, administrative, buildings and all other categories) – details below:

 

5.5 Responsibility of Local Staff Development Committees

(i) The President and each Director will establish Local Staff Development Committees representative of all categories of staff (i.e. management, academic/research, technical, library, administrative, buildings and all other categories). The term of office for membership will be three years.

(ii) Each Local Staff Development Committee will be chaired by a member of the Executive of the College or Directorate.

(iii) Local Staff Development Committees will report to and liaise with College Executives/Senior Management Teams. Staff Development, including attendance at workshops, will be a standing item on the agenda of College Executives/Senior Management Teams. Staff Development will be a standing agenda item on College Board Meetings at least once per annum.

(iv) Local Staff Development Committees will meet at least three times per academic year. In conjunction with the Director, the College Executive/Senior Management Team and facilitated by the Staff Training & Development Manager, they will have responsibility for:

  • Regularly reviewing Staff Development Plans and activities to ensure that they are meeting local and individual staff training and development needs, as identified through PMDS Staff Development Policy – HRP071 7
  • Obtaining approval from College Executives/Senior Management Teams on any proposals or recommendations on Staff Development matters in advance of their submission to the DIT Staff Development Committee
  • Liaise with the Staff Training & Development Department and the Learning Teaching & Technology Centre to organise local ’on site’ training and development programmes that are dedicated to local training and development needs.
  • Communicating and liaising regularly with local staff members on all Staff Development matters Promote equity and transparency in the allocation of local staff development resources

Regularly liaising and consulting with the DIT Staff Development Committee by receiving reports, by submitting reports, by reviewing the work of the Committee, and by making recommendations

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