Degree. A recognised degree from a higher education institution, often completed in three or four years, and sometimes combined with a one year diploma.
Degree. (1) To be eligible for consideration for promotion to the rank of Assistant Professor, an employee must possess a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution and have completed at least 60 semester hours, or the equivalent, of graduate study toward an advanced degree from an accredited institution; or must possess a master's degree from an accredited institution and have at least 30 semester hours, or the equivalent, of graduate study toward an advanced degree from an accredited institution, or must have fulfilled applicable educational requirements for tenure.
Degree. A recognised degree from a higher education institution, often completed in three or four years, and sometimes combined with a one year diploma. Postgraduate degree A recognised postgraduate degree, over and above a degree as defined above. Note: Previously recognised qualifications obtained prior to the implementation of the Australian Qualifications Framework continue to be recognised. The above definitions also include equivalent recognised overseas qualifications. Definition 3: Classification dimensions Training level The type and duration of training which the duties of the classification level typically require for effective performance. Training is the process of acquiring skills and knowledge through formal education, on the job instruction or exposure to procedures. Occupational equivalent Examples of occupations typically falling within each classification level. Level of supervision This dimension covers both the way in which employees are supervised or managed and the role of employees in supervising or managing others. Task level The type, complexity and responsibility of tasks typically performed by employees within each classification level. Organisational knowledge The level of knowledge and awareness of the organisation, its structure and functions that would be expected of employees at each proposed classification level, and the purposes to which that organisational knowledge may be put. Judgment, independence and problem solving Judgment is the ability to make sound decisions, recognising the consequences of decisions taken or actions performed. Independence is the extent to which an employee is able (or allowed) to work effectively without supervision or direction. Problem solving is the process of defining or selecting the appropriate course of action where alternative courses of actions are available. This dimension looks at how much of each of these three qualities applies at each classification level. Typical activities Examples of activities typically undertaken by employees in different occupations at each of the classification levels. Classifications HIGHER EDUCATION WORKER LEVEL 1 Training level or qualifications Employees at the base of this level would not be required to have formal qualifications or work experience upon engagement. Employees engaged at the base of this level will be provided with structured on the job training in addition to up to 38 hours of induction to the higher education industry which must provide infor...
Degree. The associate in science degree is defined in subsection 6A-14.030(3), F.A.C. (The rule may be obtained from the Office of Articulation, Florida Department of Education, 000 Xxxx Xxxxxx Xxxxxx, Xxxxxxxxxxx, Xxxxxxx 32399), which definition is incorporated by reference herein, (xxxx://xxx.xxxxxxx.xxx/Gateway/reference.asp?No=Ref- 02357), and for purposes of this agreement shall include: