The Saskatchewan Educational Leadership Unit (SELU) is a non-profit agency that provides customized consultative services to educational partners, First Nations authorities, and human services agencies that enhance leadership development and educational programs. Established by the Ministry of Education in 1986, the Saskatchewan Educational Leadership Unit has served provincial, national, and international clients. Under its constitution, the Saskatchewan Educational Leadership Unit operates as a Centre subject to the University of Saskatchewan Policies and Regulations regarding Centre Operation and Assessment. SELU exists within the College of Education, in association with the Department of Educational Administration, under the authority of the Dean of the College.
SELU is subject and accountable to the policies of the Department of Educational Administration, the College of Education, the University of Saskatchewan, and relevant provincial and federal law in all activities and operations. This provides a strict regime of acountability and, we believe, security for all of our clients.
In addition to the commonly referenced policies of our parent organizations outlined below, clients are served and secured by SELU's code of professional conduct for all of our consultants.
Provincial Legal Instruments
University of Saskatchewan Policy
- Index of University of Saskatchewan Policies
- University of Saskatchewan Graduate Student Collective Agreement
- Human Ethics Regulations
- The University of Saskatchewan follows the national standards outlined by the Tri-Council Policy Statement – Second Edition: Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans and the University Policy for Research Involving Human Participants and the University Research Integrity Policy (Effective date July 1, 2013). Additional guidance is also provided by the Agreement on the Administration of Agency Grants and Awards by Research Institutions.