BENEFITS & AMENITIES
- Stimulating discussion and exchange of views between members by holding conferences, workshops and meetings.
- Organising visits to overseas countries to make comparative studies in the field of vocational and professional education.
- Communicating member views in the form of recommendations to government and private sectors.
- Forming local and overseas branches so that members may have opportunities to discuss matters of mutual interests.
- Providing a bureau for members exchanging and seeking employment.
- Representing interests of vocational and professional training at all levels, e.g. with the Government, public and private institutions.
- Informing the members & public on matters related to any profession through press releases and articles.
- Participation in activities, such as those initiated by the Government to formulate and sustain the policy of vocational and professional education.
- Maintaining several sub-committees operated by members such as those regarding membership, disciplinary matters & industry arbitration
CEA Elevated Moral Values: -
- To improve qualifications, maintain quality and practices, towards maintaining appropriate methods of learning to enhance individual achievements.
- To facilitate "best practices" and quality assurance on an international basis thus enabling members to enter a dialogue and to learn from each other.
- CEA believes that international cooperation can help higher learning institutions from different nations to learn from each other without any dwindling of their autonomy.
- CEA will negotiate between professional and vocational institutions / organisations and offer solutions to resolve any problems, when deemed necessary.
- Assurance of professional quality, reliability, administrative responsibility and capability.
- CEA Quality Seal confirms the assurance to any individual, employer and establishment of quality standards per UK-CCL Standards Compliance.
- CEA believes in improvement through the self-assessment process, providing institutions with considerate analytical assistance to act on their own solutions and strategies for improvement. This will maintain effective checks and control to cultivate public confidence and improvement.
- CEA has a high commitment to professional and vocational qualification values by adopting corporate, strategic or marketing objectives.
- CEA is committed to continuous professional development and adopts the widely-accepted norms of good business and employment practice.
- The character & enhancement that CEA engages in, for the improvement of professional quality learning techniques and professionalism will boost the reputation of individuals and institutions.
- CEA believes many nations are becoming more liberal and are adapting professional qualifications via accreditation systems. This is fast becoming a global trend.
- CEA accreditation reflects the comparative advantages of numerous core values of independence, self-governance, and the assurance of professional quality.
The Board of Governors have concluded in having one level of publications to be known as “Admin Times” to support the active members with relevant information in the profession and CEA’s activities. Secondly to share with the publication of the Corporation of Executives and Administrators of 1981, who has the approval British Library with International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) of 1352-0091 was approved on 15th, October 1993. The CEA is also listed in the British Qualification publication. It is known to "Admin World" and the official publication and issued free to all members. The publication responsibilities are given to the publication division of CEA. This affiliation is entered as the Corporation is the founding arm of the CEA.