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.