Ministerial Statement Development and Progress of the Northern Territory University Hon. Fred Finch February 1997
Tabled Paper 3121
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BOARDS AND UPON GIVING THE NORTHERN TERRITORY EDUCATION AND TRAINING AUTHORITY APPROPRIATE NOTICE OF CHANGES TO ITS PROFILE. IN THE FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY, MR SPEAKER, TWO COURSES WITH VERY LOW STUDENT DEMAND MIGHT STILL BE DISCONTINUED. IN THE FACULTY OF INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING, BECAUSE OF THE LOW ENROLMENT NUMBERS, SOME STAGES IN COURSES DELIVERED BY THE SCHOOL OF VEHICLE INDUSTRY TRAINING WILL ONLY BE CONDUCTED IF SUITABLE ARRANGEMENTS CAN BE MADE WITH INDUSTRY. FINALLY, MR SPEAKER, WITH REGARD TO THE CHANGES TO THE NTU'S COURSE OFFERINGS, I AM INFORMED THAT IN THE FACULTIES OF BUSINESS, EDUCATION AND TECHNOLOGY, CHANGES TO 36
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