Council Organization Chart
The CCAC Council is 28 representatives of 22 permanent member organizations and a maximum of three limited term member organizations.
Each member organization has one seat on Council with the exception of the Association of Universities and Colleges in Canada (AUCC) (4), the Canadian Federation of Humane Societies (CFHS) (4) and the Canadian Faculties of Agricultures Sciences and Veterinary Medicine (CFAVM) (2). Each member organization serves a three-year renewable term and each limited term member organization serves a three-year non-renewable term.
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Responsible for reviewing and evaluating the Assessment and Certification Program; reviewing assessment and implementation reports; and assigning CCAC statuses Responsible for identifying educational, training and communications needs and priorities; internal and external communications; developing and operating an educational resource program Responsible for identifying opportunities to promote and implement the Three Rs in Canadian science and for coordinating the development of tools to do so Responsible for identifying the need for CCAC guidelines and for coordinating their development Responsible for the development and revision of CCAC peer-based guidelines. Includes non-Council members Responsible for long-term planning, financial oversight and program management evaluation Chair
(The Chair and Executive Director are ex officio members of all standing committees) Responsible for the property and business of the CCAC, the Board consists of Chairs of the standing committees and the Executive Committee of the CCAC