Terms of Reference of Committees
 

Qualifications and Accreditation Committee

 

  1. To consider and make recommendations to the Council on accreditation policies, criteria and procedures relevant to the HKCAAVQ's statutory role as the Accreditation Authority under the QF and those relevant to non-QF-related services.

  2. To consider and make recommendations to the Council on policies and procedures for maintaining the Qualifications Register (QR) in fulfillment of the HKCAAVQ's statutory role as the QR Authority.

  3. To consider/review and endorse for the Council's approval the policies, procedures and criteria for undertaking assessments in regard to
    • Non-local courses
    • CEF courses
    • CPD courses
    • Qualifications Assessment
    • Any other relevant activities

  4. To consider and advise on any other matters concerning or affecting the Council's accreditation and assessment work.

 

 

Personnel and Administration Committee

 

  1. To keep under review the staffing structure of the Council.
  2. To monitor human resources policies and practices of the Council and to recommend changes when necessary, paying particular attention to staff development and training, the remuneration package and matters of staff welfare.
  3. To keep under review the administrative efficiency of the Secretariat.
  4. To make such other recommendations within its remit, as it thinks fit, to the Council.

 


Finance Committee

 

  1. To consider, and recommend for the Council's approval, the annual budget of the Council, including any subsequent adjustments thereof.
  2. To consider the medium and long term financial plans of the Council.
  3. To keep under review the financial position of the Council, in particular its return on investment and fee charging policy, and make recommendations to the Council as appropriate.
  4. To receive, consider and recommend for Council's approval the audited financial statement.
  5. To recommend, for the Council's approval, the appointment of Auditors.

 


Fund Management Sub-committee
(Sub-committee of the Finance Committee)

 

  1. To set the investment strategy with a view to achieving the investment objectives approved by the Council.
  2. To make major investment decisions and to monitor the results