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Sustainable Agriculture Institute


Sustainable Agriculture Institute Promotes Sustainable Education through Permaculture Design


Institute Services

Organizational Charts


Divisions of Institution Services 

  1. Strategic Financial Management Services
  2. Pedagogy Development Services
  3. Faculty Support Services
  4. Capital Management Services


Cost Center 1 – Strategic Financial Management Services

Principal Responsibilities:

  1. Providing long-term guidance considering the strategic goals of the Institute to the Board of Governors;
  2. Ensuring the maximization of shareholders wealth, by the oversight of all Financial Actions;
  3. Creating the Global Strategy Report; “long-term course of action plan”, to help assure the decisions are in line with the Institute’s long-term vision and mission.
  4. Develops and issues the Annual Report for the Institutes fiscal year closing.


Cost Center 2 – Pedagogy Development Services

Principal Responsibilities:

  1. Providing long-term guidance on the control and development of the Institutes Pedagogy;
  2. Assuring the Institutes e-campus education platform Pedagogy Plan is suited to Andragogy;
  3. Develops and maintains the Institutes Curriculum on the e-campus platform;
  4. Assures the Taxonomy of the Institute meets the classification of learning objectives as set out by the Institutes Taxonomy Plan.


Cost Center 3 – Faculty Support Services

Principal Responsibilities:

  1. Providing a range of professional administration and support services, related to the Quality Assurance Management Plan and faculty related business;
  2. Ensuring that the faculties and schools comply with the regulatory framework for Pedagogy Quality Assurance;
  3. Providing support for the faculties in relation to committee servicing, appeals, complaints, reviews, and planning;
  4. Providing professional advice on academic administration related matters to senior members of the faculties and the schools.


Cost Center 4 – Capital Management Services

Principal Responsibilities:

  1. Encourage appropriate participation of faculty, staff, students, and administration through fostering Information Capital exchanges;
  2. Strengthen consultation and enhance confidence and trust between, and among campus constituencies;
  3. Ensure that the academic and physical planning objectives of the campus are appropriately coordinated;
  4. Develops and maintains the Campus Master Plan;
    1. Facilitate the identification and definition of major capital projects;
    2. Enhance priority setting;
    3. Ensure that the ground rules for funding of major capital projects are well understood;
    4. Ensure that the project planned is the project delivered by providing a mechanism for monitoring projects from inception to completion.