INCENTIVE OPPORTUNITES OFFERED TO NON-INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF
CERTIFIED ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM (CAP)
The Certified Achievement Program is designed to offer permanent, full-time members of the secretarial/clerical bargaining units an incentive to improve the skills required for current positions, as well as to help them qualify for promotional opportunities. Temporary employees are not eligible to apply for CAP incentives until their status becomes full-time or permanent part time. Employees on probation are not eligible to apply for CAP incentives until their probation period has ended. However, these employees may begin to accumulate credit towards this incentive by attending District professional development activities and/or taking college, community, and vocational classes while temporary or on probation.
The CAP committee created under Article 7 of the Collective Bargaining Agreement between the Federation of Public Employees (Clerical/Secretarial) and The School Board of Broward County, Florida is comprised of 6 members who create the procedures to carry out the program. The committee consists of 2 members from the Federation of Public Employees (FOPE), 2 members from the Confidential Office Personnel Association (COPA) and 2 members selected by the Superintendent.
COLLEGE CREDIT / TECHNICAL COURSE INCENTIVE PROGRAM
Stipend for Educational Support Professionals to further enhance necessary skills and knowledge for current and future positions. Learn more
SBBC AND BARRY UNIVERSITY EDUCATIONAL PARTNERSHIP
Earn your degree through the SBBC and Barry University Educational Partnership. Learn more
SBBC AND FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY EDUCATIONAL PARTNERSHIP
Take advantage of affordable Executive Education Program Courses. Learn more
SBBC AND NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY EDUCATIONAL PARTNERSHIP
Take advantage of affordable bachelor's, master’s, educational specialist, and doctoral programs in the most in-demand fields. Learn more
ADVANCE DEGREE INCENTIVE AWARD PROGRAM
An incentive award that pays employees who possess or obtain a degree from an accredited college or university that is higher than the degree listed as a minimum requirement in their job description. Learn more