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(3) Are there any plans to increase the promotion and uptake of this program.
Ms Gallagher: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(1) ACTION's Regional Customer Service Managers and one assistant, present the bus safety education program to schools. Preparation and course presentation resources include:
Two staff - Customer Service Manager (4.5 hours) and one driver
(1.0 hour), and one ACTION bus (practical course component).
(2) ACTION contacted approximately 50 schools during 2011 promoting the program and inviting schools to participate. Four schools had requested this service in the previous 12 months.
(3) ACTION will continue to promote the bus safety education program to schools throughout the ACT and is considering a review and update of program materials.
Schools—Pathways Planning document (Question No 2024)
Ms Hunter asked the Minister for Education and Training, upon notice, on 15 February 2012:
(1) How many schools are currently using the Pathways Planning document produced by the Education and Training Directorate.
(2) What has been done to support broad use of the Pathways Planning document in ACT schools.
(3) What is the timeline for the roll out of Education and Training Directorate's Pathways Planning to be used in all ACT public schools form Years 6 to 12.
Dr Bourke: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
1) All secondary schools in the ACT, public and non government, have commenced using the Pathways Planning document as a guide, teacher resource and/or as a set of learning activities. In 2011 all ACT students in years 10 and 11 commenced the Pathways Planning process.
2) The Pathways Planning document has been made available online as an interactive pdf document. Professional learning sessions have been provided for school based Pathways Planning Coordinators and Moving Forward Officers. The Pathways Planning project manager and Moving Forward project manager have facilitated information sessions at schools and conducted system wide workshops about how to use the Pathways Planning document.
3) In 2011 all ACT students in year 10 and 11 commenced the Pathways Planning process.