Report Initiatives for Women in the Northern Territory 1983-1993
Tabled Paper 1888
Tabled Papers for 6th Assembly 1990 - 1994; Tabled Papers; ParliamentNT
Tabled by Marshall Perron
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W o m en s Training N eeds Planning Committee The W om en's T rain ing Needs P lanning Com m ittee rep resen tin g private an d public secto r in te rests , provides inform ation specific to w om en's em ploym ent an d tra in ing needs. Its responsib ilities include: th e im plem enta tion of the N orthern T erritory W om en in E n try Level Training: and coord ination an d developm ent of th e N orthern T erritory W om en's E m ploym ent and T raining Strategy. N a tio n a l A d v iso ry C o m m ittee s The M inister for E m ploym ent an d T rain ing rep re sen ts the N orthern T erritory G overnm ent on the M inisters of V ocational E ducation , E m ploym ent and T rain ing Council. A n u m b er of advisory com m ittees are responsib le to the Council for se tting na tional goals an d objectives in the a re a of em ploym ent an d training. Two of the Advisory C om m ittees are: Vocational Education, E m ploym ent and Training A dvisory Com m ittee (VEETAC) - W om en's S tanding Committee The V ocational E ducation . E m ploym ent an d T rain ing Advisory C om m ittee estab lished a W om en's S tand ing Com m ittee to advise an d a s s is t it in enhancing w om en's access to, an d partic ipa tion in, vocational educa tion , em ploym ent and training. The S tan d in g Com m ittee h a s two working groups: The N ational Plan of Action for W omen in TAFE (NPAWT) W orking G roup: and
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