Annual Report 2005-2006 Department of Employment Education and Training
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9Overview > DEET Annual Report 2005-06 DEETs Strategic Plan The Six-Point Strategic Plan presents the departments key priorities and directions, including those areas identified by the Voice of DEET focus groups as needing improvement. The plan guides collective actions across the department towards its aims and goals. Work conducted by each branch and division is aligned to the plan to improve outcomes in the six priority areas: BUILDING THE NT WORKFORCE Key Performance Statement: We will facilitate employment and training opportunities for Territorians, especially Indigenous Territorians. Strategies & Projects: Workforce Employment & Training Strategy Workforce NT Jobs NT. PROTECTING THE NT WORKFORCE Key Performance Statement: We will build the capacity of NT WorkSafe to promote a safer Territory. Strategies & Projects: Legislative Review of OHS Legislative Review of dangerous goods Explosives Reserve upgrade Review of Workers Compensation - Work Health Act. DEET WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND CAPACITY BUILDING Key Performance Statement: We will develop DEET people to achieve better results. Strategies & Projects: Workforce Development Strategy Retaining quality teachers for NT schools Retaining & re-invigorating teachers Attracting & preparing new teachers Investing in Indigenous Territorians Resourcing & valuing office-based/support staff. INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT & MAINTENANCE Key Performance Statement: We will improve school infrastructure to build better working, living and learning environments. Strategies & Projects: Information & communication technologies - the next steps Interactive distance learning Lighthouse schools Resourcing remote education Resourcing urban schools.
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