PURPOSE:  To maintain the responsibilities under POARA with respect to the legislated Discipline Committee – See Regulation 14 thru 15 for Powers and Duties -See Part 3 of the Professional and Occupational Associations Registration Act – Revised statues of Alberta, Chapter P-26
Maintain an appropriate procedural guideline document for dealing with complaints.   
ACCOUNTABILITY:  as identified in the Professions Act and the School Business Officials Regulations.
REPORTING REQUIREMENTS:  The committee will report to the ASBOA executive on activities a minimum of 2 times per year – early December and March.  In addition an annual report will be filed and presented to the membership as a whole at the annual general meeting.
AUTHORITY:  Terms of reference for the Discipline Committee shall be as specified in the School Business Officials Regulations (37/2004) and the Professional and Occupational Associations Registration Act.
MEMBERSHIP:  Shall consist of:
  • One (1) certified school business official who is a member of the Executive
  • At least three (3) certified school business officials who are not members of the Executive, one of whom must be appointed as chair.
  • The members of the Discipline committee must be appointed by the Executive in accordance with the bylaws
  • The Executive may choose to add additional Certified Members if required.
A member of the ASBOA Executive serves on each Standing Committee and Adhoc Committee as a board liaison.  Their role is to:
  • Report on committee activities to the board of directors and advocate for the committee
  • Serve as a resource for the committee
  • Help the committee chair coordinate the association’s strategic plan and the committees activities and plans
  • Review the committee’s mandate and activities and recommend committee membership as appropriate
The role of the staff is to:
  1. Maintain contact with the committee chair throughout the year
  2. Serve as a resource for the committee
  3. Promote committee membership