Annual Report 2011/2012 Professional Standards Councils
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Professional Standards Council
77Professional Standards Councils Annual Report 201112 pubLICATIONS ANd prOMOTION The Professional Standards Councils produce a variety of publications to facilitate improvements in the professions and to support consumer protection. Publications produced during 2011-12 were: Professional Standards Council: Combined Annual Report 2011-12 Professional Standards Council of Western Australia Annual Report 2011-12 Star Grants Program: Expression of Interest 2010 (brochure). STAffINg prOfILe OPSC staff are employed by the NSW DAGJ, which is an equal opportunity employer and encourages flexible working practices, including part-time work. It values social and cultural diversity and is committed to providing a safe and harassment-free workplace for all employees. It encourages staff to undertake training that will contribute to the work of the Councils, and actively supports staff by providing study leave for this purpose. Table 27: Staffing of the Office of the Professional Standards Councils permanent Position grade No. of positions No. of males No. of females Clerk Grade 3-4 1 0 1 Departmental Professional Officer Grade 3-4 4 2 2 Departmental Professional Officer Grade 3 3 0 3 Clerk Grade 11-12 1 0 1 Legal Officer Grade 5-6 1 0 1 Table 28: Staffing of the Office of the Professional Standards Councils temporary Position grade No. of positions No. of males No. of females Departmental Professional Officer Grade 2 1 0 1
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