C. Courses may not be taken during work hours if they are available during the employee's non-work hours. For credit courses offered only during work hours, the employee's supervisor may grant approval for the employee to participate in class during his/her scheduled work hours. In considering such requests, the employee's supervisor must verify that the employee's attendance at class will not adversely affect his/her job performance or department services or productivity. For courses approved to be taken during work hours, the employee shall use appropriate leave or, if approved by their supervisor, adjust their work schedule to make up the time taken during their work day. The employee shall be required to make up work time during the designated pay week.
A. Within 30 days after the completion of the course, the employee is responsible for providing documentation of the successful completion of course(s) approved for reimbursement to the institution's business office for processing. Such documentation must include proof of the paid tuition bill, evidence of successful completion of the course (college transcript, grade report, or certification of course completion), and the approved Request for Tuition Reimbursement and Tuition Reimbursement Agreement.
B. The institution's business office shall be responsible for forwarding the original authorized tuition reimbursement request along with all related documentation to the CCSNH System Office Budget Department for auditing and the processing of payment.
A. The college president or designee shall be responsible for maintaining records for college personnel on education and training activities, funding allocations and costs, and each employee who uses the program, including information on what program the employee participated in (program title, dates, location and sponsor), cost of the program, and completion.
B. The CCSNH Director of Human Resources shall be responsible for maintaining records for system office personnel on education and training activities, funding allocations and costs, and each employee who uses the program, including information on what program the employee participated in (program title, dates, location and sponsor), cost of the program, and completion.
C. Each institution shall provide an annual report to the BOT Personnel Committee designating the authorized professional development activities at the college for the prior fiscal year. Such reports shall be directed to the CCSNH Director of Human Resources on or before August 15th.