To enhance the professional development of the membership.
To increase participation by the membership of the Association.
Recommend training topics for Council approval.
Prepare training curriculum and materials.
Schedule training sites and dates following CAPFAA activity policies.
Recruit trainers following CAPFAA speaker policies. Develop and distribute training registration materials.
Set the meeting fee for non-members according to the cost of providing materials, site, refreshments, etc.
Collect registrations and forward receipts to the Treasurer.
Prepare a budget for annual operations, and recommend a meeting fee for Council approval.
Account to the Treasurer for all expenditures with necessary supporting documentation.
Chair: Vice President (Constitutionally mandated).
Co-Chairs: One or two co-chairs, selected by the Chair with the approval of the President.
Members: At least six committee members (additional as necessary), selected by the chair with the approval of the President.
Chair corresponds to the term of office of the Vice President (normally a two year period). Co-chairs and committee members serve one year, but may be re-appointed. One year, but may be re-appointed.
The committee members should be a mix of experienced senior financial aid professionals who know the current issues confronting the profession and motivated newcomers who bring diversity, energy or special skills to the committee. Members should be selected state-wide and reflect sector diversity. Members should be selected with a variety of skills: e.g. printing, organizing, site selection and coordinating, curriculum development, training ability, etc.