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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2021 Week 13 Hansard (Thursday, 2 December 2021) . . Page.. 4151 ..


Integrity Commission

0

0

0

0

Justice and Community Safety

81

95

96

18

Legal Aid ACT

X

0

0

0

Legislative Assembly

0

X

0

0

Major Projects Canberra

0

X

X

0

Suburban Land Agency

0

0

0

X

Transport Canberra and City Services

68

60

84

8

University of Canberra

X

7

6

X

WorkSafe ACT

X

X

X

0

Note – the letter X in the table above indicates that there have been more than one but less than six workers’ compensation claims received in the relevant period. This approach is adopted for privacy purposes.


Skilled Capital program—funding(Question No 473)

Mr Milligan asked the Minister for Skills, upon notice, on 8 October 2021:

(1) In relation to the signed agreement between the ACT Government and the Commonwealth Government, in July 2020, to establish a JobTrainer Fund, given that on 19 February 2021, the JobTrainer Skilled Capital funding was closed, with only 500 enrolments accessed through this source, where did these places go.

(2) What number went to each of the three groups of providers.

(3) Why were only 500 (less than 15 percent of the total) places made available through Skilled Capital.

(4) How was the information about the JobTrainer Skilled Capital fund made available, particularly to private RTOs in the ACT?

(5) How many of these organisations applied for the funding.

(6) How many were successful in gaining the funding.

(7) How much of the fund amount of $16.75 million has been disbursed.

(8) How much of that has gone to (a) CIT and (b) Ginninderry SPARKS

(9) How much of that was accessed by private RTOs.

(10) How much remains and where will this be allocated.

Mr Steel: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:

(1) Under the JobTrainer Skilled Capital release, 25 independent registered training organisations (RTOs) enrolled 554 students in 42 courses. Of these 42 courses, 38 were full qualifications and four were short courses.


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