ACADEMIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE
Managing the administrative side of continuing education provides support for academic activities, and may involve analyzing the feasibility of academic projects and assessing results and impact, among other tasks.
The work of this committee is vital in serving as a guide for continuing education departments on the management models used by peer universities and suggesting methods for ongoing improvement.
COMMITTEE ON SUSTAINABILITY IN CONTINUING EDUCATION
This committee promotes the exchange related to continuing education programs in order to help universities implement their social responsibility strategies.
How can continuing education enable project sustainability models and systems in vulnerable or priority populations?
How should institutional management models evolve to promote social responsibility in the entities’ actions?
Committee members: Universidad de Santiago de Chile, Universidad Externado de Colombia, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, Universidad Blas Pascal, Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral and Universidad Católica de Colombia.
VIRTUAL CONTINUING EDUCATION COMMITTEE
This committee is in charge of reviewing, analyzing, proposing, and communicating all things related to trends, models, experiences, and generally accepted best practices that might serve as a reference for RECLA member institutions that have strategic plans to develop or improve their virtual education portfolio.
This group can also help promote and strengthen our strategic line of virtual training courses for continuing education managers, as added value for RECLA members.
Committee members: Universidad de Guadalajara, Universidad Oberta de Catalunya, Universidad Técnica Particular de Loja, Universidad Blas Pascal, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Escuela Politécnica Nacional and Universidad Santo Tomas.
COMMITTEE ON ACCREDITATION SYSTEMS FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION CENTERS
The goal of this committee is to develop and promote a “RECLA Standard” for design, management and administration guidelines. It also seeks to develop programs and indicators for managing continuing education in order to assist continuing education centers with their self-assessments.
Committee members: Universidad Blas Pascal, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, and Universidad Gerardo Barrios.