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(2) (a) 433 teachers, for an average of 4.9 hours each per week, assuming 18 teaching weeks per semester.



134 (based on most recent available information)


22 (based on most recent available information).

(3) 357 casual teachers; 149.1 FTE.

(4) All CIT staff, including casual teachers, are issued with a staff email account on induction.

(5) Most casual teachers’ names and contact details do not appear on the Staff Contact List. This is because casual teachers are not asked during their induction process to complete the proforma for inclusion.

(6) It is not possible to answer the question of whether all casual teachers’ details appear in the CIT Functional Directory without the commitment of significant resources which I am not prepared to authorise. All CIT staff were provided with the draft of the most recent Functional Directory and given the opportunity to correct or include information before it was published.

(7) Yes. The Professional Standards are available to all staff electronically on the Staff Information System (SIS). The CIT’s Casual Teacher Staff Induction Checklist identifies that it is the supervisor’s responsibility to ensure that the casual staff member knows how to access documents on the SIS, and their role and responsibilities as a casual teacher.

Molonglo—waste depot
(Question No 1675)

Ms Le Couteur asked the Minister for Economic Development, upon notice, on 30 June 2011:

(1) In relation to the Land Development Agency’s plans for a construction waste depot for Molonglo, what progress has there been in establishing a construction waste materials recycling facility in the Molonglo Valley.

(2) Has a site been identified for such a facility.

(3) What are the impediments to establishing such a facility.

(4) Are there any targets for construction waste materials recovery.

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

(1) The Land Development Agency (LDA) intends to establish an on site Builder’s Waste Recycling Facility for Wright and Coombs. The LDA has undertaken preliminary consultation with ACT NoWaste, undertaken market research and identified a number of potential providers. The proposal will be further progressed once a site has been selected.

(2) The LDA is currently undertaking analysis on several sites to identify the most suitable location for the Builder’s Waste Recycling facility.

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