Collective agreement, harmonized, no need to negotiate separate bilateral or multilateral agreements. At GCU, we want every student to feel able to participate in and influence their own learning experience. We believe that collaboration with our students and partnership throughout the university is essential to providing excellence in learning and a leading student experience. This is reflected in our new partnership agreement – GCU Community: Working Together in Partnership – which was created by students and staff and has the full support of the University and Students` Association. ATTI SG is a special UIC group within the Freight Forum. It is composed of EUs, some of which are members of the UIC and others are not. It works independently, with only the General Assembly determining its mandate. The SG TBIT establishes the rules applicable to the transfer of wagons between participating EAs; are these based on the GCU? (general contract for the use of wagons). In order to facilitate the international carriage of goods, the participating EPO undertake to comply with the applicable internal rules, including the Annexes. The objective of ATTI SG is to improve cooperation between EEs, to harmonise and develop the relevant rules. The aim is to enable better advance planning and to improve the quality and safety of contractable trains (ATTI trains).
The procedure for including trains in the agreement can be simplified. No sample acceptance test as defined in point (5) of Annex 9 of the ANB is necessary (the quality indicators of the partner EUS are known to be sufficiently good). This also makes it possible not to carry out the control of discounts at the place of delivery, which is carried out as part of the sampling procedure. To learn more and get involved, visit the student association. The Student Handbook: Programme Approval and Review was created for the members of the participating student panel. It has been designed to complement personal briefing sessions and provides all the information you need to be an effective member of a program approval or verification body. When academic programs are checked at GCU, the panel aims to meet with a group of current students and graduates to hear your opinions. If you are a current student or recent graduate invited to participate in a program review event, you can learn more about the issue by reading this brief document: Program Authorization and Verification – Information for Students. The opportunity to participate, as a student panel member, in program authorization and verification sessions is offered to school agents, postgraduate representatives, and Class Rep associate coaches as an additional (paid) opportunity in your role….