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Annual Report 2011/2012 Professional Standards Councils



Annual Report 2011/2012 Professional Standards Councils

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72 Professional Standards Councils Annual Report 2011-12 A u S tR A li A n C A P it A l te R R it o R y | n e w S o u th w A le S | n o R th e R n t e R R it o R y | Q u e e n S lA n d | S o u th A u S tR A li A | t A S m A n iA | V iC to R iA | w e S te R n A u S tR A li A ThE PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS COUNCIL OF TASmANIA CONSTITuTION Of The COuNCIL Listed below are the number of meetings that the Professional Standards Council members were entitled to attend and those that they attended for Tasmania. Table 24: Meetings of the Professional Standards Council of Tasmania members Council meetings entitled to attend Council meetings attended Esther Alter 5 5 Robert Beaton 5 5 Julie Cameron 5 3 Terry Evans 5 4 Ronald Farrell 5 4 Tom Karp 5 3 Joanne Metcalfe 5 5 Madeleine Ogilvie [retired 31/12/11] 2 2 Hugh Plaistowe 5 4 Brian Rayment QC 5 5 Tiina-Liisa Sexton [appointed 31/1/12] 3 2 Martyn Hagan [deputy member for Tasmania] 1 0 Iain Summers 5 4 MAjOr LegISLATIVe ChANgeS No major changes were made to professional standards legislation during 2011-12. fINANCIAL perfOrMANCe The Professional Standards Council of Tasmania is not responsible for compiling financial statements. The OPSC is responsible for ensuring the collection of revenue and operating within budget. During the reporting period, the OPSC undertook these tasks. Refer to the Consolidated Financial Performance Extract of the Professional Standards Councils at the beginning of this section, for revenue of the Professional Standards Council of Tasmania and the proportion of expenses for this Council.