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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2010 Week 01 Hansard (Thursday, 11 February 2010) . . Page.. 371 ..


(1) In relation to the Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT), on 1 June 2009, how many (a) permanent, (b) temporary contract and (c) casual Band 1 teachers were teaching (i) at CIT, (ii) in one or more of CIT's vocational programs, (iii) in one or more of CIT's higher education programs, (iv) in CIT's Year 12 program, and (v) in CIT's Year 10 program.

(2) On 1 June 2009, how many (a) permanent, (b) temporary contract and (c) casual Band 1 teachers who were teaching in one or more of CIT's vocational programs in Semester 1 of 2009 held (i) a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (Cert IV TAA), (ii) one of the qualifications considered equivalent to the Cert IV TAA as listed in the Australian Quality Teaching Framework (AQTF) 2007 Essential Standards for Registration and (iii) no formal teaching or training qualification.

(3) On 1 June 2009, how many (a) permanent, (b) temporary contract and (c) casual Band 1 teachers who were teaching in the CIT Year 12 program in Semester 1 of 2009 held (i) a Cert IV TAA, (ii) one of the qualifications considered equivalent to the Cert IV TAA as listed in the AQTF 2007 Essential Standards for Registration, (iii) a Diploma of Education (secondary), (iv) a Bachelor of Education (secondary) and (v) no formal teaching or training qualification.

(4) On 1 June 2009, how many (a) permanent, (b) temporary contract and (c) casual Band 1 teachers who were teaching in the CIT Year 10 program in Semester 1 of 2009 held (i) a Cert IV TAA, (ii) one of the qualifications considered equivalent to the Cert IV TAA as listed in the AQTF 2007 Essential Standards for Registration, (iii) a Diploma of Education (secondary), (iv) a Bachelor of Education (secondary) and (v) no formal teaching or training qualification.

(5) On 1 June 2009, how many (a) permanent, (b) temporary contract and (c) casual Band 1 teachers employed by the ACT Department of Education and Training were teaching in ACT government secondary schools and, of these, how many (i) held a Diploma of Education (secondary), (ii) held a Bachelor of Education (secondary) and (iii) possessed no formal teaching qualifications.

(6) On 1 June 2009, how many (a) permanent, (b) temporary contract and (c) casual Band 2 teachers employed at CIT (i) were substantive Band 2s, (ii) were acting Band 2s, (iii) held a Cert IV TAA, (iv) held one of the qualifications considered equivalent to the Cert IV TAA as listed in the AQTF 2007 Essential Standards for Registration and (v) held no formal teaching or training qualification.

(7) How many CIT teachers were promoted from temporary contract Band 1 to permanent Band 1 (a) through the streamlined permanent appointment process in accordance with Clause 155 of the 2006-2009 CIT Union Collective Agreement for Teaching Staff and (b) through a process other than the Clause 155 process in (i) 2007 and (ii) 2008.

(8) How many CIT teachers promoted from temporary contract Band 1 to permanent Band 1 (a) through the streamlined permanent appointment process in accordance with Clause 155 of the 2006-2009 CIT Union Collective Agreement for Teaching Staff and (b) through a process other than the Clause 155 process in (i) 2007 and (ii) 2008 did not possess a Cert IV TAA or one of the qualifications considered equivalent to the Cert IV TAA as listed in the AQTF 2007 Essential Standards for Registration.


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