Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2021 Week 13 Hansard (Thursday, 2 December 2021) . . Page.. 4152 ..
(2) The ACT’s initial JobTrainer program included three streams:
• Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT) was allocated funding to deliver 800 places in full qualifications and 1,700 places in a range of short courses (a total 2,500 places).
• 554 places were delivered through the Skilled Capital Program for delivery by independent RTOs.
• The Ginninderry SPARK program was contracted to deliver 160 places.
(3) The 554 places delivered through Skilled Capital reached the financial cap for that stream of the JobTrainer program.
(4) RTOs were provided information about the Skilled Capital stream of the JobTrainer program through a variety of mechanisms.
• In October 2020, Skills Canberra wrote to RTOs with an ACT Government Training Initiative Funding Agreement to provide information on the ACT’s JobTrainer Program, the JobTrainer Compliance Guide for RTOs and an upcoming RTO Forum.
• In November 2020, an RTO Forum provided further detail on JobTrainer courses, places and funding arrangements.
• Detailed information about the ACT’s JobTrainer Program was published for prospective learners and RTOs on the Skills Canberra website.
• A comprehensive public communications campaign, including, radio, TV and other media, was delivered to promote JobTrainer to the wider community.
(5) A total of 25 private RTOs nominated to enrol students in JobTrainer places.
(6) All 25 private RTOs who nominated to enrol students in JobTrainer places secured these enrolments.
(7) JobTrainer funding disbursed to date is $10,551,691.
(8) To date, CIT has been paid $9,223,058. Ginninderry SPARK has been paid $615,450.
(9) As at 9 November 2021, private RTOs have received $713,182.
(10) As at November 2021, based on current enrolments, the remaining payable funds to private RTOs is $3,173,242. This will be paid as RTOs report students’ completion of units of competency.
ACT Ambulance Service—statistics
(Question No 474)
Mr Milligan asked the Minister for Police and Emergency Services, upon notice, on 8 October 2021:
(1) How many ambulances are currently deployed by the Ambulance Service.
(2) How many of them are deployed each shift.
(3) How are they assigned to attend a call out.