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Annual Report 2006-2007 Northern Territory Anti-Discrimination Commission



Annual Report 2006-2007 Northern Territory Anti-Discrimination Commission

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Northern Territory Anti-Discrimination Commission 2006/2007 Annual Report 35 Regional centres visited in 2006-2007 for community consultation, public education and training included: Alice Springs; Tennant Creek; Katherine; Jabiru; Batchelor; Yulara; Kings Canyon; and Gove. The Commission also visits remote communities and regional centres as the need is identified and/or requests are made. Maintaining Quality of Programs The unit is committed to best practice in education and training and has begun to regularly review the program content and methodologies with a view to making improvements as required. A direct result of this approach is the consistent positive feedback from both trainees and management of the organisations requesting training. The process begins when the Commission is approached to provide workplace training and discussions with an organisation may include: Gaining agreement about what outcomes are being sought from the training; Finding out what relevant training has occurred in the past; Asking about the organisations discrimination and harassment policies and any grievance procedures; Checking about additional training requirements for management; and Noting what ongoing support can best be offered by the Commission. Performance Measures and Evaluation Performance measures, including numbers of participants and training hours are recorded following each program. All training participants are asked to complete an evaluation form and approximately 95% of people comply with this request.

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