Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2003 Week 1 Hansard (20 February) . . Page.. 379 ..
Ms Gallagher: The answer to Mr Cornwell's question is:
Based on information provided by the University of Canberra, the average annual operating expenses per student was: (a) $11,172 per student in 2001; and (b) $11,408 per student in 2002.
Based on information provided by the University of Canberra the average operating expenses applied to the number of graduating students was: (a) $35,260 (2,638 students graduated in 2000), (b) $35,537 (2,846 students graduated in 2001); and (c) $37,229 (2,930 students graduated in 2002).
Based on information provided by the University of Canberra the average annual fee charged to full-time students enrolled at the University was:$6,598 per fee paying student in 2001; and $6,975 per fee paying student in 2002.
Respite Care Empirical Needs Study (Question No 366)
Mr Cornwell:Asked the Minister for Health, upon notice:
In relation to the review of Respite Care Empirical Needs Study, due in the first week of February 2003 (Question 325 reply refers):
Has the Government received the report;
Will the Report be tabled in the Assembly and if so, when;
If it will not be tabled, why not.
Mr Corbell: The answer to the member's question is:
The Government has not received the report of the Respite Care Empirical Needs Study as the consultation phase of the study was due to be undertaken during January of this year. The community organizations and the consultants involved in these consultations were affected by the January bushfires. A number of these organizations had to vacate the Grant Cameron Centre whilst work was undertaken and ongoing issues related to accommodation, communication and increased demands on services during this time has meant that the finish date of this report has been extended to mid April 2003.
The report will be tabled in the Assembly during the June sitting following completion and consideration by the Government.
The report will be tabled.