eXTERNAL
COMMITTEES

CSA'S INVOLVEMENT

CSA is asked to sit on a variety of committees relating to the post-secondary sector. The Director of Advocacy, members of the Board of Directors and representative members of CSA sit on these committees on behalf of the membership. Below is a partial list of committees in which the CSA is currently involved.

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APSET

Aboriginal Postsecondary Education and Training (APSET) External Working Group

CSA is asked to sit on a variety of committees relating to the post-secondary sector. The Director of Advocacy, members of the Board of Directors and representative members of CSA sit on these committees on behalf of the membership. Below is a partial list of committees in which the CSA is currently involved.

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CICMH

Centre for Innovation in Campus Mental Health (CICMH) Executive Committee

CSA is asked to sit on a variety of committees relating to the post-secondary sector. The Director of Advocacy, members of the Board of Directors and representative members of CSA sit on these committees on behalf of the membership. Below is a partial list of committees in which the CSA is currently involved.

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Ministry of Colleges & Universities

Colleges Ontario Strategic Marketing Committee

The Strategic Committee on Marketing will be responsible for providing strategic advice to Colleges Ontario's president and CEO on the college sector's system wide marketing objectives.

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Ministry of Colleges & Universities

MHCC Advisory Committee for Post-Secondary Student Mental Health

The Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) Advisory Committee for Post-Secondary Student Mental Health is a joint body of student associations across Canada that review student priorities for mental health and well-being, needs and gaps, and what's most needed to create more equitable learning environments and supports.

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Ministry of Colleges & Universities

Ontario Key Performance Indicator (KPI) Policy Committee

The Key Performance Indicator (KPI) Policy Committee (PC) is a joint body of ministry, college and college student representatives that provides advice related to KPI data and its links to long-term government strategies such as improving access and enhancing quality in the college sector. 

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OCAS

Ontario College Application Service (OCAS) Advisory Committee

The Advisory Committees will be primarily strategically focused and known to stakeholder groups within the college system through communication between committee members and the stakeholder groups they represent. These committees are the Application Services Advisory Committee, the Innovation Advisory Committee, and the Marketing Advisory Committee. These committees will strive to achieve transparency and objectivity through cross-functional discussions held in a trusting environment.

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OCQAS

Ontario College Quality Assurance Service (OCQAS) Management Board

The Management Board develops policy and oversees the implementation of related processes within its specific mandate. Members of the Management Board are drawn from business and industry, higher education facilities in other jurisdictions, student organizations, and from the College system in Ontario.

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ONCAT

Ontario Council on Articulation and Transfer (ONCAT) Student Advisory Board

The Student Advisory Board is aimed at ensuring that the student perspective is included as an integral part of ONCAT's operations and activities. This board will assist in the development of new ideas and initiatives to enhance and support student mobility in Ontario as well as provide feedback on all credit transfer information products to strengthen the relationship between ONCAT and students in the Province. 

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Ministry of Colleges & Universities

Ontario Council on Articulation and Transfer (ONCAT) Student Advisory Board

The Sexual Violence Postsecondary Reporting Advisory Committee will provide advice to the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities related to measuring and reporting on the prevalence of sexual violence on campus. The committee's advice will inform ministry recommendations to the government regarding the implementation of the reporting requirements proposed in the amendments to the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities Act, 1990 and to the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005.

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Ministry of Colleges & Universities

Workforce Shortage Coalition

Ontario's Workforce Shortage Coalition is a coalition of business, education and labour leaders concerned about the province's skills shortage. The coalition represents more than 100,000 employers and millions of employees. The coalition has more than 20 member organizations and was formed in 2007 to examine ideas to create a more highly skilled and qualified workforce in the province.

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eCampus

eCampus Ontario Student Advisory Council

The eCampus Ontario Student Advisory Committee provides advice and recommendations to the CEO with the goal of supporting member institutions in the delivery of high quality online learning opportunities for students.