Instructors Sample Clauses

Instructors. 7.1 All instructors teaching COLLEGE courses offered as part of this CCAP Agreement must meet the minimum qualifications for instruction in a California community college as set forth in Title 5 California Code of Regulations, Sections 53410 and 58060 or as amended.
Instructors. Instructors may be appointed to term, tenure-track, or tenured appointments. Appointments to the position of Instructor I, II, or III shall be in accordance with Article 13.5. As student demand for courses permits, Instructors with less than full-time appointments shall be given the opportunity to have their appointments increased to full-time appointments prior to any other Instructors or Sessional Lecturers being appointed. Such Instructors’ modified appointments shall then be included in the limit under Article 5.7.
Instructors. 7.1 All instructors teaching COLLEGE courses offered as part of this CCAP Agreement must meet the minimum qualifications for instruction in a California community college as set forth in Title 5 California Code of Regulations, Sections 53410 and 58060 or as amended and be hired by the COLLEGE and become SMC employees or be provided by the District and be District employees. Faculty provided by the SCHOOL DISTRICT must also sign an Instructional Service Agreement- Instructor and get approved by the COLLEGE Board before the start of the course.
Instructors. The most senior Instructor who is certified and currently teaching in the subject or trade area designated on the posting shall be transferred. If no such Instructor applies, the most senior Instructor who is certified, has taught (within the last five years) in the system in the subject or trade area designated on the posting, and who provides appropriate documentation of such shall be offered the transfer. The phrase “taught (within the last five years)” will be interpreted to mean six months of full-time teaching experience or its part-time equivalent.
Instructors. The primary professional duty of an Instructor is to teach. Other teaching-related duties may be required of Instructors. If such duties are to be assigned, the member shall be consulted beforehand and teaching loads shall be reduced appropriately. Teaching duties are assigned by the Dean following consultation in committee with the academic staff members.
Instructors. Scholarly activity shall be voluntary on the part of Instructors. The Board recognizes the value of having Instructors engaged in research. This involves the creation of new knowledge, the creative use of knowledge, the organization and synthesis of knowledge, or creative expression such as music, art, drama, in the Instructor’s discipline. It may also involve active participation on editorial boards and as referees or on committees and juries for the evaluation of scholarly work and creative arts.
Instructors. Sponsor may only engage instructors who are then authorized by REBAC to teach the Course. A current list of the names of authorized instructors and relevant contact information can be obtained by contacting Dawn Headtke at: Phone: 312.329.8488 E-mail: dheadtke@realtors.org REBAC’s authorization of any instructor: (i) shall be based solely on the fact that said instructor has completed a Discovering Commercial Real Estate train-the- trainer course presented by NAR, REBAC or a REBAC-authorized designee and (ii) shall not constitute any representation or warranty of any kind as to said instructor’s skills, qualifications or past, present or future conduct in connection with the presentation of the Discovering Commercial Real Estate Course or any other course. Sponsor shall contact, negotiate with, retain and compensate all instructors directly.
Instructors. The academic year calendar for an instructor may be different from the academic year calendar established for the college. The academic year for such faculty member shall conform to the number of days in the college calendar, and days may not be scheduled on the MSCF meeting days. The alternate calendar must be agreeable to the administration, the faculty member and the local grievance representative.
Instructors. 1. Licensee shall only engage instructors whose names appear on the CSRE-Approved Instructor List, defined as the list of instructors at www.realtor.org/SafetyCourse who have signed an Instructor Eligibility Acknowledgment form, submitted a CSRE Safety Course Instructor Application that has been approved by CSRE, and listened to a recorded instructor training Webinar.