Into the Blue A Draft Aquaculture Development Plan for the Northern Territory 1999-2004
Tabled paper 760
Tabled Papers for 8th Assembly 1997 - 2001; Tabled Papers; ParliamentNT
Tabled by Michael Palmer
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A Certificate in Tropical Aquaculture sourced from North Queensland is being trailed in Darwin commencing late 1998. This is being conducted by NTU and is funded by NTETA. The NTFITAB has promoted this trial through its Aquaculture courses sub-committee which will also evaluate the outcomes of the trial. The NTFITAB has indicated that Aquaculture farm hand training is a priority area for training development. So u r c e s o f Fin a n c e f o r t h e Pla n External funding will be sought for significant projects. Opportunities for joint Government industry funding of research and development and/or government services will all be reviewed within the first 18 months of the plan. A Sy st e m f o r M o n it o r in g , Re p o r t in g a n d Re v ie w o f Im p l e m e n t a t io n o f t h e P l a n This development plan will be reviewed annually by TADAC and included in its reports to the Minister. The review will be such that the plan will be modified each year, with a major review planned for 2001. The review will also be provided to all industry participants and any other interested parties. Summary information generated from returns will be summarised each year and circulated to all stakeholders and an annual survey of client satisfaction with government services undertaken. Implementation of the plan will be the responsibility of both industry and government bodies. Draft as o f 23/11/98 9
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