Jacquie Conway has stepped down as the Chair of the Professional Development Committee and will now take on the role of CCFA Representative. We’d like to welcome Elizabeth West as the Chair of that Committee. Elizabeth has been our CCFA Representative and has chaired the committee in the past. Please contact her at email@example.com if[…]
Volume 5 Issue 3 – November 2015 Inside this Issue: Birthday Bliss – Peg Ford Professional Development Reminders Parking – Judith Hunt Homes for All –Julia Grav Urban cycling is dangerous……. Really?– Tony Webster The Power of Calm – Erin Waugh SD Showcase – Bronwen Welch Fairy Creek – A Marginal SD Story – Chris[…]
Volume 5 Issue 2 – October 2015 Inside this issue: SD Showcase Reminder & Program October, and Marking, And Love – Kelly Pitman Surviving your First Few Years at Camosun – Bronwen Welch Right of First Refusal – Judith Hunt The United Way – Bronwen Welch Open the Doors Campaign – Blair Fisher Understanding Temperament[…]
Young 221 is open: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Friday 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Long Term PD Information Sessions: December 10, 2015 3:30 – 4:30 in CC324 (Interurban) December 11, 2015 12:30 – 1:30 in LLC151 (Lansdowne) Fall 2015 meetings are Tuesdays bi-weekly starting on September 1st Long Term Funding application deadline for 2016/2017 fiscal year is Friday, January 29th, 2016 at 1:30 pm.
Volume 5 Issue 1 – September 2015 Inside this issue: Greetings from your New President, Bronwen Welch SD Showcase #2 Teaser Benefits Changes: a summary Report from Blair Fisher, FPSE Ed Policy Chair PD Reminders Learning about Indigenization at Camosun – from Corinne Michel Meet the new Executive Tips and Tricks for New Faculty Back[…]
The CCFA Local and Common agreements to 2019 are now available online: CCFA Local CA 2014-2019 Final FPSE Faculty Common Agreement April 1 2014 – March 31 2019
I’m pleased to introduced the Executive Committee for 2015/16: From Left to Right: Justine Noel, Brent Wassermann, Bronwen Welch, Blair Fisher, Kelly Pitman, Chris Ayles, Jacquie Conway, Judith Hunt, Dianne Gilliland. Regrets: Tanya Kirkland. Look for the first official Confuence of the year, updates on events and some interesting articles in the upcoming issue. Also,[…]
Welcome to our new-look website. I’ll be working over the next while to ensure that all essential information is restored to our website. In the meantime, I welcome your comments and suggestions for improving this site and making it more and more user-friendly.
We are located in the Young Building, Room 221. Office hours are Monday to Thursday from 8:30 - 3:30 and Fridays from 8:30 to 2:00.
The Camosun College Faculty Association is certified as the legal bargaining unit for the majority of faculty at Camosun College. Thus, we are a union under the jurisdiction of the Labour Relations Code [RSBC 1996] Chapter 244. Among our chief responsibilities are to negotiate a collective agreement with our employer and to administer that agreement. As a union in the BC College system, we are also a member of FPSE. The collective agreement is a legally binding, written contract between us and the employer that sets out our pay scale and working conditions of employment. Negotiation of this agreement is the responsibility of the Contract Negotiating Committee (CNC). Administering and monitoring this agreement is the responsibility of the Contract Management Committee (CMC). In addition to its functions of negotiating and contract administration, the Faculty Association administers the Professional Development Fund through the Professional Development (PD) Committee, and serves as the clearing house for a wide range of information from Administration, from the Federation of Post Secondary Educators (FPSE), or from other institutions.