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Meeting Attendees

In addition to SLPs and representatives from BC Transfer System member institutions, other meeting attendees may include some or all of the following: 

  • representatives of secondary school teachers responsible for courses in related disciplines;
  • representatives of relevant professional associations or regulatory bodies;
  • representatives of post-secondary institutions, training organizations, or agencies that are not BC Transfer System members but offer relevant courses or programs;
  • institutional or community representatives (e.g., guest speakers);
  • representatives of government ministries; and
  • retired members of the committee.

Representatives of BC Transfer System member institutions are automatically entitled to vote on motions at the articulation committee meeting, with one vote per institution. Other attendees may be permitted to vote if a motion to that effect is presented and approved by representatives at the meeting from BC Transfer System member institutions. Any such motion should be recorded in the meeting minutes with a clear indication of which meeting attendees have been allowed to vote. This motion should be presented and voted on at every meeting of the committee where voting rights are extended to these attendees.