Legislative Assembly for the ACT: Week 6 Hansard (24 June) . . Page.. 2774..
(11) Formal training for parents to participate in the development of ILPs has not been held. Most schools host information sessions in which school executives provide assistance and advice to parents and carers with regard to their participation in the development of ILPs. In addition, the department conducts parent information sessions to assist parents in developing an understanding of the issues for participating in their child's educational program and ILP.
(12) ILP training sessions will be offered to parents and carers at the end of 2004 to coincide with the student planning cycle. Training will be free of charge and held at a central location such as the Centre for Teaching and Learning in Stirling or the Special Education Resource Centre in Weston. The training sessions will be publicised through community organisations and schools.
(Question No 1483)
Mr Cornwell asked the Treasurer, upon notice, on 4 May 2004:
(1) Further to Question on notice No 322 in relation to Full Retail Contestability (FRC) for electricity in the ACT, has the A.C.T. Government received all or part of the expected $12.2m for 2003-2004 from National Competition Payments (NCP) for implementing National Competition Policy in relation to FRC for electricity;
(2) If so, how much has been received; if not, when can the A.C.T. Government expect to receive all or part of this payment;
(3) Has or will the A.C.T. Government use this NCP funding for a specific purpose; if so, what, or will it simply be absorbed into general revenue;
(4) Has the A.C.T. Government's overall performance in relation to FRC been assessed; if so, how was this performance determined and how has it fared; if not, when and how will this occur;
Mr Quinlan: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(1) Please refer to the 2003 Assessment Of Government's Progress In Implementing NCP And Related Reforms Report, from the NCC.
(2) $11 million, of an expected $12.2 million.
(3) All NCP payments are booked to consolidated revenue.
(4) See response to (1.) above.
Aged care accommodation
(Question No 1484)
Mr Cornwell asked the Minister for Disability, Housing and Community Services, upon notice, on 4 May 2004: