Quarterly Policy Consultation


The 4 October - 15 November policy consultation round has now closed. This round we sought feedback on two policies.

While the views of co-op members are valued the Policy Consultation seeks co-op approved feedback as a priority. Before completing this survey, please read through the draft policies available on the CEHL website under Policy Consultation, and discuss with your co-op.

Update

Development of the Best Practice Guides has unfortunately been delayed and they were not part of this policy consultation round. To help co-ops provide feedback on the draft 'Program Relocation Assistance' Policy, further information about the types of information that the guide would cover has been prepared.


Create your own user feedback survey


This consultation period closed on the 15 November 2018. The policies will then go to the Policy Advisory Committee (PAC) for its consideration.

Given the significance of Program Policy to decision-making within the Program, it is vital that the views and opinions of co-ops are reflected in its development. As part of the quarterly consultation cycle, co-ops are given six weeks to consider and provide feedback on the draft policies via the online survey.

About Program Policy

Program Policy clearly outlines the ‘rules’ that all co-ops must abide by as members of the Program. Program Policy reflects the regulatory environment in which the Program operates and, together with the Program Principles, provides the framework for all decision-making within the Program.

For further information on Program Policy please see the Program Policy FAQ.

The Policy Advisory Committee (PAC) is responsible for recommending Program Policy to the CEHL Board for its approval. More information on PAC can be found later on this page.

As they are approved, Program Policies will continue to update and replace what is contained in the Program Directives or other Program Documents. Each Co-op is responsible for implementing program policy and has autonomy to determine their own implementation process. PAC will develop Procedures and Best Practice Advice which Co-ops may wish to use to support the implementation of Program Policy



The 4 October - 15 November policy consultation round has now closed. This round we sought feedback on two policies.

While the views of co-op members are valued the Policy Consultation seeks co-op approved feedback as a priority. Before completing this survey, please read through the draft policies available on the CEHL website under Policy Consultation, and discuss with your co-op.

Update

Development of the Best Practice Guides has unfortunately been delayed and they were not part of this policy consultation round. To help co-ops provide feedback on the draft 'Program Relocation Assistance' Policy, further information about the types of information that the guide would cover has been prepared.


Create your own user feedback survey


This consultation period closed on the 15 November 2018. The policies will then go to the Policy Advisory Committee (PAC) for its consideration.

Given the significance of Program Policy to decision-making within the Program, it is vital that the views and opinions of co-ops are reflected in its development. As part of the quarterly consultation cycle, co-ops are given six weeks to consider and provide feedback on the draft policies via the online survey.

About Program Policy

Program Policy clearly outlines the ‘rules’ that all co-ops must abide by as members of the Program. Program Policy reflects the regulatory environment in which the Program operates and, together with the Program Principles, provides the framework for all decision-making within the Program.

For further information on Program Policy please see the Program Policy FAQ.

The Policy Advisory Committee (PAC) is responsible for recommending Program Policy to the CEHL Board for its approval. More information on PAC can be found later on this page.

As they are approved, Program Policies will continue to update and replace what is contained in the Program Directives or other Program Documents. Each Co-op is responsible for implementing program policy and has autonomy to determine their own implementation process. PAC will develop Procedures and Best Practice Advice which Co-ops may wish to use to support the implementation of Program Policy