Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2014 Week 9 Hansard (17 September) . .
MADAM SPEAKER: You would need leave to table that.
MR SMYTH: I seek leave.
MR SMYTH: I table the following paper:
ACT Ambulance Service—VACIS ePCR Printing Issues—Clinical Education Notice CSN 01-14, dated 12 September 2014.
It is a good read, minister. Minister, is it true that the ACTAS version of VACIS is now so old that it is not supported by the provider?
MR CORBELL: Whether or not the claims made by Mr Smyth are true is yet to be tested but I will take further advice on the ESA and provide a further answer to the member.
MADAM SPEAKER: A supplementary question, Mr Doszpot.
MR DOSZPOT: Minister, when will the system be fully back online?
MR CORBELL: I refer the member to my previous answer.
MADAM SPEAKER: Supplementary question, Mr Doszpot.
MR DOSZPOT: Minister, why have you ignored your responsibilities as minister for emergency services due to your fascination and preoccupation with capital metro?
MR CORBELL: I have not.
DR BOURKE: My question is to the Minister for Education and Training.
MADAM SPEAKER: Just a moment, Dr Bourke. Could I have a bit of quiet here so I can hear Dr Bourke? Some members' voices do not carry nearly as much as others. Dr Bourke.
DR BOURKE: Thank you, Madam Speaker. My question is to the Minister for Education and Training and refers to her recent announcement that English will be compulsory for all senior secondary students in the ACT. Can you inform the Assembly, minister, what happens at present in ACT schools and colleges and why is it important that all students undertake a level of English study in the senior secondary years?
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