Continuing Education Fee Remission Sample Clauses

Continuing Education Fee Remission. Each member of the bargaining unit shall be entitled to instructional fee remission twice per calendar year for non-credit courses offered through the University. Further, the bargaining unit member’s spouse and dependent children shall each be entitled to instructional fee remission once per calendar year for such non-credit courses, provided that there is an enrollment slot available above and beyond the enrollment level required to fund the course. No employee may receive more than two remissions per calendar year. Application shall be made in advance of enrollment on a form provided by the appropriate University department and in accordance with deadlines established by the University. Charges for materials, facilities, texts, and consumable or other non-instructional items are the responsibility of the enrollee and shall be payable at the time of registration. If an eligible individual enrolls in a non-credit course which is subsequently canceled due to insufficient enrollment or other reasons, such cancellation shall not affect the number of fee remissions the individual is entitled to receive in a given calendar year. Final and binding determination of the required enrollment level in any given course rests with the University.

Related to Continuing Education Fee Remission

  • Continuing Education 24.01 The Hospital and the Union recognize that continuing education is important for all employees and that they have shared interests and responsibilities in ensuring equitable access to it.

  • Union Education If the local union indicates to the Hospital that its members have approved a special assessment for union education in accordance with the CUPE constitution and local union by laws, the Hospital agrees to deduct this assessment. Such assessment will be paid on a quarterly basis into a trust fund established and administered by OCHU/CUPE for this purpose.

  • In-Service Education ‌ The parties recognize the value of in-service both to the employee and the employer and shall encourage employees to participate in in-service. All employees scheduled by the Employer to attend in- service seminars shall receive regular wages.

  • Payment of Extraordinary Education Related Expenses Section 5.1. PAYMENT OF EXTRAORDINARY EDUCATION-RELATED EXPENSES. In addition to the amounts determined pursuant to Articles IV and VI of this Agreement, Applicant on an annual basis shall also indemnify and reimburse District for all non-reimbursed costs, certified by the District’s external auditor to have been incurred by the District for extraordinary education-related expenses directly and solely related to the project that are not directly funded in state aid formulas, including expenses for the purchase of portable classrooms and the hiring of additional personnel to accommodate a temporary increase in student enrollment caused directly by such project. Applicant shall have the right to contest the findings of the District’s external auditor pursuant to Section 4.9 above.

  • Special Education Special education services, related services, and accommodations for students who are eligible under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Section 504), the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), or any applicable provisions of state law, shall be provided in accordance with applicable state and federal law, this Agreement and Authorizer rules and policies. The Authorizer is the LEA for purposes of ensuring compliance with IDEA, Section 504, and all other federal and state laws and regulations concerning accommodation of and education of students with disabilities.

  • Paid Education Leave 21.01 The Company agrees to pay into a special fund one cent ($0.01) per hour per employee for all compensated hours for the purpose of providing paid education leave. Said paid education leave will be for the purpose of upgrading the employee skills in all aspects of Trade Union functions. Such monies to be paid on a quarterly basis into a trust fund established by the National union, Unifor and sent by the Company to the following address: Unifor Paid Education Leave Program R.R. #1 Port Elgin, ON N0H 2C5 The Company further agrees that members of the bargaining unit, selected by the Union Plant Committee to attend such courses, will be granted a leave of absence without pay for twenty (20) days class time, plus travel time where necessary, said leave of absence to be intermittent over a twelve (12) month period from the first day of leave. Employees on said leave of absence will continue to accrue seniority and benefits during such leave. The number of employees selected to attend courses will not be unreasonably withheld and must be agreed upon by the Company and the Union Plant Committee

  • Monthly Management Fee Payment On the first business day of each month, each class of each Fund shall pay the management fee to the Investment Manager for the previous month. The fee for the previous month shall be the sum of the Daily Management Fee Calculations for each calendar day in the previous month.

  • Education Reimbursement Effective date of ratification Employees shall on the prior approval of the Director of Nursing and after successful completion of the course be entitled to receive reimbursement for employment related textbooks and / or course costs annually on presentation of receipt(s) for payment by the Director of Nursing or designate as follows: Full-time employees Up to $100.00 Part-time employees Up to $50.00 Such payments shall be tax free if allowed by law.

  • Total Servicing Fee; Payment of Certain Expenses by Servicer On each Distribution Date, the Servicer shall be entitled to receive out of the Collection Account the Base Servicing Fee and any Supplemental Servicing Fee for the related Collection Period (together, the “Servicing Fee”) pursuant to Section 5.7. The Servicer shall be required to pay all expenses incurred by it in connection with its activities under this Agreement (including taxes imposed on the Servicer, expenses incurred in connection with distributions and reports made by the Servicer to the Noteholders and all other fees and expenses of the Owner Trustee, the Trust Collateral Agent or the Trustee; provided, however, the Servicer shall not be required to pay taxes levied or assessed against the Trust or claims against the Trust in respect of indemnification unless such taxes and claims are expressly stated to be for the account of GM Financial). The Servicer shall be liable for the fees and expenses of the Owner Trustee, the Trust Collateral Agent, the Trustee, the Custodian and the Independent Accountants. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if the Servicer shall not be GM Financial, a successor to GM Financial as Servicer permitted by Section 9.3 shall not be liable for taxes levied or assessed against the Trust or claims against the Trust in respect of indemnification, or the fees and expenses referred to above.

  • Collateral Management Fee Borrowers shall pay Agent for its own account as additional interest a monthly collateral management fee (the "COLLATERAL MANAGEMENT FEE") equal to 0.083% per month calculated on the basis of the daily average amount of the balances under the Revolving Facility outstanding during the preceding month. The Collateral Management Fee shall be payable monthly in arrears on the first day of each successive calendar month (starting with the first calendar month following the month in which the Closing Date occurs).