A method of calculating employment and enrollment to adjust for part-time or part-year participation. For classified personnel, one FTE equals 2,080 hours per year. Part-time and part-year employees are expressed as a proportion of a full FTE based on the number of hours. For Graduate Assistants working 20 hours per week, the FTE equivalent is 0.25.
A measurement equal to one student enrolled full time for one academic year. Total FTE enrollment includes full time plus the calculated equivalent of the part-time enrollment. The full-time equivalent of the part-time students can be estimated using different factors depending on the type and control of institution and level of student.
This means there is the equivalent teaching time of, for example, 45.5 full-time teachers in a school. This will be made up of a variety of full-time and part-time posts.
Equal to one employee working 100 percent time.
A standardized accounting of the number of full-time and part-time employees.
A measure of the size of the workforce that takes account of the fact that some people work part-time. Prior to 1 April 1995 part-time employees were assumed to work 50 per cent of normal hours, but since then actual hours worked has been used in DASA's statistics. The average hours worked by part-timers is about 60 per cent of full-time hours. See also Headcount.
Equivalent of 2088 hours of work in a fiscal year.
FTE equates an employee or the total number of employees to a full-time equivalent. It is measured ‘as of today' at reporting date. One FTE is equivalent to one full-time employee or any combination of part-time employees whose employment percentages total 100 per cent. FTE does not include employees on leave without pay for more than 10 working days in the month.
A workload measure based on credit hours generated for each term divided by the appropriate undergraduate or graduate divisor. In Fall or Spring term, one FTE is equivalent to 15 credit hours at the undergraduate level or to 12 credit hours at the graduate level. In the Summer term, an FTE is 10 credit hours at the undergraduate level or 8 credit hours at the graduate level. An undergraduate FTE (1.0) is therefore 40 student credit hours (15+ 15+10) and a graduate FTE is 32 student credit hours (12+12+8).
A 1.0 FTE faculty member employed for a position nine month period; that is, employed for the academic year and equal to .7471 man-year. A 1.0 FTE University Support Personnel or Administrative and Professional employee employed for twelve months and equal to 1.00 man-year.
A computed statistic representing the number of full-time employees if the number of hours worked by part-time employees had been worked by full-time employees.
The number of full-time positions at an organization, for example, two fulltime staff people and two half-time staff people equals a total of four employees, but three FTE.
(FTE) – the equivalent of one person working 1,827 hours in one year. Direct FTEs include employees whose salaries are paid directly from the Consolidated Revenue Fund. Indirect FTEs include employees whose salaries are substantially paid by government indirectly through government transfers to external employers.
(FTE) is calculated by converting the number of part-time research employees into the number of full-time employees. Here we use the formula: FTE = Full-time research and education employees in all sectors - 2/3 of Full-time research and education employees in higher education sector.
A standardized measurement of course hours. The formulae that convert SSH and CHE to FTE are as follows: 30 SSH=1 FTE; 30 CHE=1 FTE.
Basis for calculating service credit for university and college faculty. The FTE may vary by institution.
All employees working full-time and part-time employees adjusted to a full-time (person-year) basis.
Calculated by adding the number of full-time employees to one-half the number of part-time employees.
A method of measuring the number of authorized employees based on a full-time equivalent of 2,080 hours per year.
is a measure used to calculate the subsidy paid by government to higher education institutions.The measure is based on one student enrolled full-time for a degree programme in contact mode for a whole academic year. A student studying full-time for a six-monthly semester programme would be the equivalent of 0.5 FTE.
s (FTEs): The number of positions calculated assuming a full fiscal year (2,080 hours) after allowing for vacation time, sick leave, holidays, etc.
The measure of authorized personnel. It is calculated by equating 2,080 hours of work per year (2,912 for uniformed firefighters) with the fullâ€‘time equivalent of one position (referred to in the budget as an FTE).
As a unit of measure of state employees: refers to the equivalent of one person working full-time for one year (approximately 2,088 hours of paid staff time). Two persons working half-time also count as one FTE. As a unit of measure of students in Higher Education facilities: refers to the equivalent of one student attending class full-time for one school year (based on fixed hours of attendance).
A budgeting unit for determining employment numbers in an agency. One FTE position represents 2,080 working hours in a fiscal year.
A budgetingunit for determining employment numbers in anagency. One FTE position represents 2,080working hours in a fiscal year.
A term used in scheduling and budgeting, whereby the number of scheduled hours is divided by the hours in a full work week. The hours of several part time agents may add up to one FTE.
(FTE) A teaching or study load expressed as a proportion of the normal full-time teaching or study load.
A value assigned to signify the number of full-time employees that could have been employed if the reported number of hours worked by part-time employees had been worked by full-time employees instead.
Full-time equivalent (FTE) is a way to measure a worker's productivity and/or involvement in a project. An FTE of 1.0 means that the person is equivalent to a full-time worker. An FTE of 0.5 may signal that the worker is only half-time, or that his projected output (due to differences in qualification, for example) is only half of what one may expect.