The Bilwi site is preparing for the evaluation and accreditation process

By: Neylin Calderón

URACCAN through vice-chancellor at the Bilwi compound held briefings with the administrative guild, with the aim of contextualizing guild members on the agreements approved during this first quarter of 2020 at the three sessions of the University Council of the Campus (CUR), the highest decision-making body in the territory.

According to Enrique Cordón, PhD, vice-chancellor of this venue, these assemblies are held in order to inform the members of the administrative guild about the activities involving them within the territory, "in these assemblies we try to talk, we report on the agreements that were obtained by the University Council of URACCAN (CUU)," he said.

In addition, this activity, "had to do with the internal regulations that we have here at the university, to see how we do a process of studying this regulation, also an important element to try to unify the working day in all the facilities and another that has to do with the responsibility and institutional commitment that we all have to ensure the functioning as an institution" , detailed Cordon.

In this assembly, the Yader Galo Master's Degree, coordinator of the evaluation area of the campus, reported on the main requirements that the National Council of Evaluation and Accreditation (CNEA) is requesting for the fulfillment of law obligations for the assurance of the quality of higher education, governed by the Law on Higher Education, Law 704.

Other agenda items

For its part, the Ivania Padilla Master's Degree, a technique in the area of Occupational Hygiene and Safety and representative of the administrative guild, invited those present to be part of the first multi-threat exercise to be carried out on March 19, "in these spaces it is used to communicate to staff about the activities that are planned to be done within the institution, for example , was shared about the first drill, which invited all staff to be part of this process, as it is a mandate that comes from the presidency," Padilla said.