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  • Role and skills

    The institute is organized in two colleges: a college of Education and Training in Sciences, a college of Education and Training in Humanities.

    Each teacher or teacher-researcher of the Inspé is attached to a college.

    The colleges are responsible for organizing the management of resources and means related to all the actions organized within the framework of the Inspé project (initial and continuing education, pedagogical innovation, research and development, international cooperation, etc.).
    In terms of human resources, they ensure that the needs expressed by the implementation of the various actions related to all of the Inspé's missions are matched with the potential available to them.
    Each college is administered by a collegial council and directed by a college manager.

  • Composition

    Each collegial council must be composed in accordance, as far as possible, with the principles of parity of its members sitting with a deliberative vote and of the non-accumulation of mandates. Each collegial council is composed of :

    Eight elected members :
    - four teacher-researchers (PU, MCF or similar) assigned to the Inspé and making up college A;
    - three other teachers (1st or 2nd degree) assigned to the Inspé and forming college B;
    - one teacher (1st or 2nd level) representing the field trainers and making up college C;

    Six members by right, including at least :
    - the person in charge of the college ;
    - the assistant to the head of the college
    - a chairperson of a professional development council corresponding to the disciplinary fields covered by the college;
    - a representative of one of the research laboratories of the SFERE-Provence research federation.

    Each ex-officio member is appointed by the director of the Inspé on the proposal of the head of the college and in consultation with the partner concerned.

    Invited members with a consultative voice:
    - the head of administrative and technical services or his/her representative
    - the heads of the MEEF master's programs or their representatives;
    - any other person who, by virtue of his or her duties or personal skills, is likely to shed light on the Board's debates, either on a permanent or ad hoc basis.

  • Operation

    The College Leader

    Each college is under the authority of a college manager appointed by the director after consultation with the college council.

    The head of the college participates in the Inspé's governing bodies. He or she is consulted by the director on all matters relating to the management and implementation of human and material resources, which fall within the scope of his or her college, as detailed in the internal regulations.

    To ensure the operation of the college, the head of the college is supported by one or more assistants whom he or she proposes to the director, who appoints them. The head of the college defines the specific responsibilities of each of his/her assistants.

    The college office

    The head of the college and his or her assistants constitute the college office. It meets regularly to manage current affairs, prepare and organize the meetings of the college council, and follow up on all the files within the competence of the colleges. It organizes the representation of the colleges in front of the management and the various bodies of the Inspé and in front of the partners concerned.

    The Collegial Council

    Each college council meets at least three times a year.
    It makes proposals on budgetary matters (operation and equipment) and on human resources (expression of needs, elaboration of job profiles, proposal on recruitment methods, etc.).
    Each collegial council is chaired by the head of the college. Its advice and proposals are issued by a majority of its members sitting with voting rights, present or represented. A member of the college council may not hold more than one proxy.
    It meets in a restricted formation to advise the Director of the Inspe on all matters concerning the careers of the teaching staff attached to it and their progress. It issues an opinion on the proposed adjustments to the service of the teaching staff assigned to it.