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From BCIT's founding until 1974 the B.C. Department of Education in partnership with an Advisory Council, chosen from business and industry, appointed the Principal as the Chief Executive Officer of BCIT.
The three divisions of Engineering, Business and Health were managed by three Directors who reported directly to the Principal. The Advisory Council formed seventeen advisory committees which met at least twice a year and advised Technology Heads at BCIT about the effectiveness of the programs being taught, opportunities for employment and updates in the industry. Recommendations went through the Principal who carried them to the main Advisory Council.
A more autonomous relationship developed between the provincial government and BCIT with the passage of the British Columbia Institute of Technology Act on July 4, 1974. The Act established a new system of governance for the Institute under a fifteen–person Board of Governors. Under Section 11 (3) of the BCIT Act the Principal was required to submit an Annual Report to the Board of Governors for the educational year. The position of Principal was expanded to encompass linking functions both between the Board of Governors and the Institute, and between the Institute and the external community. The Principal assumed the responsibility of implementing Board policy and administering the budget; she also served as the chief means of mobilizing the institute’s resources in recognizing and clarifying issues and expediting decision making. At the same time, three Executive Director positions were created in the areas of Technical Education; Administration; and Personnel and Information Services and Student Services, in order that BCIT could effectively carry on day-to-day operations while implementing a variety of administrative systems. With the Directors of the five Educational Divisions, the Bursar, the Registrar, and the Coordinator of Planning Services, the Executive Directors were members of an Executive Committee, a consultative body which advised the Principal and served as a channel of communication between the Chief Executive Officer and BCIT's staff, students and faculty.
In 1986 when BCIT merged with the Pacific Vocational Institute the title of the Chief Executive Officer of BCIT changed from Principal to President.
In 2004, BCIT's governing legislation became the College and Institute Act, RSBC 1996, ch. 5 (2). Under this Act, the President is defined as the Institute's Chief Executive Office, with the duty to “supervise and direct subject to bylaws, the instructional, administrative and other staff of the institution and exercise powers and perform duties assigned to the president by the board.” The President is to report to the Board of Governors annually on the progress of BCIT, make recommendations, and advise the Board on all matters concerning the operation of BCIT.
Individuals who have served as Principal include: Gordon A. Thom, Principal (1974-1985), Cliff McAdam, Acting Principal (July-August 1974), Dean H. Goard, Principal (1967-June 1974) d Jan 1986, E. Cecil Roper, Principal (1962-1967)
Individuals who have served as President include: Kathy Kinloch, President (2014-), Don Wright, President (2008-2013), Verna Magee-Shepherd, Acting President (June 2007-March 2008), Tony Knowles, President (2000-May 2007), Brian Gillespie, President (1995-August 2000), John A. Watson, President (1989-1995), Roy V. Murray, President (1985-1988)
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File includes: a memo RE: Post-Secondary Sign Language Screening Tool Evaluation (July 21, 1999); a letter from BCIT President Brian Gillespie to Arlene Paton, A/Director, University, Colleges and Program Planning Branch, Ministry of Advanced Education, Training and Technology RE: Interpreting Services Project Grant Report 1998/99); the Interpreting Services Project Grand Report 1998/99; a memo RE: Strategic Plan of the Interpreting Services Project (July 16, 1999); the Post-Secondary Sign Language Interpreting Screening Tool Evaluation Report: Prepared by Kirk Ferguston for the Province of BC (1999); a letter from Deloris Piper, President of Westcoast Association of Visual Language Interpreters to Ms. Shirly Coomber, BCIT Interpreting Services Project RE: Post Secondary Sign Language Interpreters (May 26, 1999); a letter from Deloris Piper to Ms. Shirley Coomber RE: Appropriate Payscale for Sign Language Interpreters (June 16, 1999); the Interpreting Services Project Strategic Plan Summary Document (July 15, 1999); a letter from Craig MacLean, President of the British Columbia Association of the Deaf Blind to Ms. Shirley Coomber (June 3, 1999); and the Interpreting Services Project Comprehensive Formative Evaluation Request for Proposals.
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