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APDT 2017 C.L.A.S.S. Task Force Charter
Operational Alignment: Determine staff and volunteer roles for continuation of the program including exhibiting C.L.A.S.S. materials at other conferences, to shelters, members, etc.
Mission: To continue working on an updated version of the C.L.A.S.S. program that is desired by all participants and one that generates revenue for the association.
- To evaluate current deficiencies in the C.L.A.S.S. program (see Exhibit A) and present changes to the Board.
- Continue with the plan to update the current program and the individuals responsible for its maintenance.
- Create a marketing plan to garner interest and participation in the program.
Deliverables: Revised program, updates to the C.L.A.S.S. site including incorporating new logo, copyright materials, sponsorships, etc. Chair is responsible to provide a written report each month to be included in the Board consent agenda.
Prerequisite Experience: Familiarity with the C.L.A.S.S. program. Experience as a C.L.A.S.S. Evaluator is desired, but not required.
Resources: The task force will work with the following staff: APDT Executive Director. Communications will be via email, with one (1) conference call per month until all tasks are completed.
Authority/Limitations: Members of the task force are not official representatives of the APDT and cannot represent the APDT on a local, national or international level without the prior written permission from the Board.
Number of Members: 3-5 Members + Officer Liaison + Staff
Method of Task Force Member Selection: The Board of Directors shall appoint the Chair to the task force and will work with the Chair to appoint the at-large members to the task force. Members of the task force are required to sign the APDT confidentiality and conflict of interest forms.
Accountability: The Chair and task force members are responsible to the Executive Director and the board of directors.
Frequency of Meetings: Conference calls will be held on a monthly basis and may become more frequent per the direction of the chair. Other work will be communicated electronically via email or through the online community.
Proposed Date: ASAP
Effective Date: January 1, 2017
Duration: 6 Months
Community Group: 2017 CLASS Task Force
See also: Issues with the CLASS Program