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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2010 Week 05 Hansard (Thursday, 6 May 2010) . . Page.. 2073 ..


(a) & (b) The educational and vocational courses being undertaken are as follows and the number of prisoner enrolled in each are as follows:

Course Name

Number of enrolments

Certificate I in Information Technology

82

Certificate II in Information Technology

10

Certificate II in Asset Maintenance

11

Certificate II in Business

3

Certificate II in General Construction

39

Certificate II in Hairdressing

22

Certificate II in Horticulture

52

Certificate II in Hospitality

11

Certificate III in Business

5

Certificate III in Children’s Services

0

Certificate IV in Training and Assessment

5

Compulsory Orientation

94

Art

11

Music

7

University Education

4

Aquaculture

0

Model Ship Building

2

Language, Literacy and Numeracy

35

Tutorial Support

2

Fitness

0

Barista

13

TOTAL ENROLMENTS

408

(5) As at 22 March 2010 a total of 151 prisoners are engaged in an employment program:

Remand Accommodation Area General Services - 49 participants

Sentenced Accommodation Area General Services - 38 participants

Education General Services – 1 participant

Admissions General Services – 1 participant

Health Centre General Services – 1 participant

Program General Services – 1 participant

Visits General Services – 2 participants

Kitchen Operations – 23 participants

Grounds Maintenance – 10 participants

Main Laundry Operations – 2 participants

Baristas – 6 participants

Education Assistants – 4 participants

Industries Workers – 10 participants

Community Work Placements – 3 participants

(6) As at 22 March 2010 a total of two sentenced prisoners and eight remand prisoners were not enrolled or participating in any Rehabilitation, Education or Employment program. One Sentenced prisoner and one Remand prisoner had been dismissed from their employment program for a period of seven days for poor work performance, five of the Remand prisoners were new arrivals to the centre, the remaining three had recently been relocated from other accommodation areas.



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