Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2012 Week 4 Hansard (29 March) . . Page.. 1625..
The submission of staff timesheets in my office is in accordance with the provisions of the ACT Legislative Assembly Members' Staff (LAMS) Enterprise Agreement 2011-2013 and its predecessors.
(2) See (1) above.
ACT Building and Construction Industry Training Fund Authority—levy money (Question No 2059)
Mrs Dunne asked the Minister for Industrial Relations, upon notice, on 23 February 2012 (redirected to the Minister for Education, Training and Youth Affairs):
(1) In relation to the ACT Building and Construction Industry Training Fund Authority, how much revenue has been collected per financial year for the last five years.
(2) How is revenue apportioned and at whose discretion.
(3) How are the finances acquitted operationally.
(4) Do Registered Training Organisations have to justify attendance and success at each program and how is success determined.
(5) Is the fund still charged if those booked for the training do not show up.
(6) Is data kept detailing bookings versus actual attendance; if so, can the Minister provide data for the last two years.
(7) What expert panel assesses and provides research-based direction for the way the levy money is prioritised.
(8) Who is the highest regular recipient of funding and why.
(9) Why has training in "culture and safety"behaviours not been funded in the ACT.
(10) What kind of safety training is industry best practice.
(11) What kind of safety training is being funded by similar training bodies in other jurisdictions.
(12) What types of safety training are the major building companies in the ACT wanting and in fact requesting.
(13) Are the requests referred to in part (12) being addressed by the Building and Construction Industry Levy; if not, why not.
(14) Do those who are being funded by the levy have to get the support from major building companies; if not, why not.
(15) Are there any examples where a request for training has been rejected; if so, on what grounds.