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Act No. 176 of 1995 as made
An Act to amend the Employment, Education and Training Act 1988, and for related purposes
Date of Assent 16 Dec 1995
Date of repeal 10 Mar 2016
Repealed by Amending Acts 1990 to 1999 Repeal Act 2016
 

EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION AND TRAINING AMENDMENT ACT 1995 No. 176, 1995

Making Information
- Assented to 16 December 1995

EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION AND TRAINING AMENDMENT ACT 1995 No. 176 of 1995 - TABLE OF PROVISIONS

CONTENTS
Section
1. Short title
2. Commencement
3. Schedules
SCHEDULE 1
AMENDMENTS RELATING TO THE CREATION OF THE AUSTRALIAN LANGUAGE AND
LITERACY COUNCIL
SCHEDULE 2
AMENDMENT RELATING TO THE CREATION OF COUNCILS BY INSTRUMENT
SCHEDULE 3
AMENDMENTS RELATING TO THE ABOLITION OF THE COMMONWEALTH/STATE
CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE
SCHEDULE 4
AMENDMENTS RELATING TO THE APPOINTMENT OF BOARD MEMBERS
SCHEDULE 5
AMENDMENTS RELATING TO THE APPOINTMENT OF COUNCIL MEMBERS
SCHEDULE 6
AMENDMENTS RELATING TO CHANGES IN FUNCTIONS OF THE BOARD
AND OF SOME COUNCILS
SCHEDULE 7
MISCELLANEOUS AMENDMENTS
SCHEDULE 8
AMENDMENT TO SUBSTITUTE NEW SCHEDULE OF HIGHER EDUCATION
INSTITUTIONS

EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION AND TRAINING AMENDMENT ACT 1995 No. 176 of 1995 - LONG TITLE

An Act to amend the Employment, Education and Training Act 1988,
and for related purposes

EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION AND TRAINING AMENDMENT ACT 1995 No. 176 of 1995 - SECT 1
Short title

1. This Act may be cited as the Employment, Education and Training Amendment Act 1995.


(Minister's second reading speech made in-
Senate on 29 March 1995
House of Representatives on 1 December 1995)

EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION AND TRAINING AMENDMENT ACT 1995 No. 176 of 1995 - SECT 2
Commencement

2. This Act commences on the day on which it receives the Royal Assent.

EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION AND TRAINING AMENDMENT ACT 1995 No. 176 of 1995 - SECT 3
Schedule

3. The Employment, Education and Training Act 1988 is amended in accordance with the applicable items in the Schedules to this Act, and the other items in the Schedules have effect according to their terms.

EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION AND TRAINING AMENDMENT ACT 1995 No. 176 of 1995 - SCHEDULE 1

SCHEDULE 1 Section 3
AMENDMENTS RELATING TO THE CREATION OF THE AUSTRALIAN LANGUAGE
AND LITERACY COUNCIL
1. Section 23:
Omit all the words to and including "namely", substitute "The
following Councils are established".
2. Section 23:
Add at the end:
"; (e) the Australian Language and Literacy Council".
3. After section 27:
Insert:
Functions of the Australian Language and Literacy Council
"27A.(1) The functions of the Australian Language and Literacy
Council are:
(a) to inquire into, and to provide information and advice to
the Board on, any matter referred to the Council by the Minister or
the Board relating to the language and literacy skills of the
Australian population including, but not limited to, any matter
relating to:
(i) the effectiveness of the Commonwealth Government language
and literacy policy; or
(ii) the strategies to be used, the targets and purposes to be
considered, and the priorities to be given, in monitoring,
implementing or further developing the Commonwealth Government
language and literacy policy; or
(iii) encouraging and developing collaboration between the

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business, industry, government, union, and education and training
sectors in promoting a greater awareness in the Australian
population of the benefits to be obtained from improved literacy
skills, the study of English (including English as a second
language) and the study of languages other than English; or
(iv) the granting of financial assistance by the Commonwealth
for the teaching and learning of languages and literacy skills; and
(b) to inquire into, and to provide information and advice to
the Board on, any other matter on which information or advice may
reasonably be required by the Minister or the Board in conjunction
with information or advice on a matter mentioned in paragraph (a);
and
(c) on its own initiative, but subject to subsection (2), to
inquire into, and provide information and advice to the Board on,
any matter mentioned in paragraph (a) or (b).
"(2) The Council may perform a function under paragraph (1)(c)
only if it would not hinder the performance of its functions under
paragraphs (1)(a) and (b).".
4. Transitional
(1) The Australian Language and Literacy Committee is dissolved.
(2) The person who was the Chairperson of the Australian Language
and Literacy Committee immediately before commencement:
(a) becomes, on commencement, the Chairperson of the Australian
Language and Literacy Council; and
(b) is taken to have been appointed on a part-time basis under
subsection 32(4) of the Employment, Education and Training Act
1988; and
(c) continues to be the Chairperson of the Council for the
remainder of the period for which he or she was appointed to be the
Chairperson of the Committee.
(3) A person who was a member (other than the Chairperson) of the
Australian Language and Literacy Committee immediately before
commencement:
(a) becomes, on commencement, a member of the Australian
Language and Literacy Council; and
(b) is taken to have been appointed under paragraph 32(1)(b) of
the Employment, Education and Training Act 1988; and
(c) continues to be a member of the Council for the remainder
of the period for which he or she was appointed to be a member of
the Committee.
(4) A person to whom subitem (2) or (3) applies holds office
subject to the terms and conditions (if any) applying to the person
under section 39 of the Employment, Education and Training Act 1988
as in force immediately before commencement, to the extent that the
terms and conditions are not inconsistent with:
(a) subsection 35A(2), paragraph 35C(2)(b) and sections 35D,
35E, 35F and 35G of the Employment, Education and Training Act 1988
as in force after commencement; and
(b) any terms and conditions applying to the person under
section 35 of that Act.
(5) A determination (if any) as to remuneration under section 35B
of the Employment, Education and Training Act 1988 as in force
after commencement applies to a person to whom subitem (2) or (3)
applies only if such remuneration is more favourable than the
remuneration provided for under the terms and conditions determined
by the Minister under section 39 of the Employment, Education and
Training Act 1988 as in force immediately before commencement.
(6) In this item:
"Australian Language and Literacy Committee" means the committee
established by the Minister under subsection 36(1) of the
Employment, Education and Training Act 1988 under the name of the
Australian Language and Literacy Council;
"commencement" means the commencement of this Schedule.

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SCHEDULE 2 Section 3
AMENDMENT RELATING TO THE CREATION OF COUNCILS BY INSTRUMENT
1. Subsection 3(1) (definition of "Council"):
Omit the definition, substitute:
" `Council' means a Council established by section 23;".

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SCHEDULE 3 Section 3
AMENDMENTS RELATING TO THE ABOLITION OF THE COMMONWEALTH/STATE
CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE
1. Subsection 3(1) (definitions of "Consultative Committee" and
"State Minister"):
Omit the definitions.
2. Paragraph 7(7)(a):
Omit the paragraph, substitute:

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"(a) may consult with any person, body or authority as the
Board thinks necessary; and".
3. Paragraph 9(2)(d):
Omit the paragraph.
4. Subsection 9(3):
Omit "The Consultative Committee or a Council shall", substitute "A
Council must".
5. Paragraph 31(2)(b):
Omit "the Consultative Committee and".
6. Part V:
Repeal the Part.
7. Subsection 63(1):
Omit ", the Councils and the Consultative Committee", substitute
"and of the Councils".

EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION AND TRAINING AMENDMENT ACT 1995 No. 176 of 1995 - SCHEDULE 4

SCHEDULE 4 Section 3
AMENDMENTS RELATING TO THE APPOINTMENT OF BOARD MEMBERS
1. Subsection 11(1):
Omit the subsection, substitute:
"(1) The Board consists of the following members:
(a) a Chairperson;
(b) any person holding office or acting as Chairperson of a
Council;
(c) not more than 7 other persons appointed by the Minister.".
2. Subsections 11(3), (4) and (5):
Omit the subsections, substitute:
"(3) The Governor-General must appoint a person, other than a
person referred to in paragraph (1)(b) or (c), to be the
Chairperson of the Board. The person may be appointed on a
full-time or on a part-time basis.
"(3A) The Governor-General must appoint one of the persons
referred to in paragraph (1)(b) or (c) to be the Deputy Chairperson
of the Board. A person referred to in paragraph (1)(b) may be so
appointed either on a full-time or on a part-time basis but a
person referred to in paragraph (1)(c) may be so appointed only on
a part-time basis.
"(4) The Chairperson and Deputy Chairperson:
(a) each hold office for the period (not exceeding 3 years)
specified in his or her instrument of appointment; and
(b) are each eligible for reappointment.
"(5) A member of the Board appointed by the Minister under
paragraph (1)(c):
(a) is appointed on a part-time basis; and
(b) holds office for the period (not exceeding 3 years)
specified in his or her instrument of appointment; and
(c) is eligible for reappointment.".
3. Section 12:
Repeal the section, substitute:
Terms and conditions other than those provided for by this Act
"12. In respect of matters not provided for by this Act:
(a) the Chairperson and Deputy Chairperson of the Board each
hold office on the terms and conditions (if any) determined in
writing by the Governor-General; and
(b) a member of the Board (other than the Chairperson) holds
office on the terms and conditions (if any) determined in writing
by the Minister.".
4. Section 13:
Repeal the section.
5. Subsection 18(2):
Omit "Governor-General", substitute "Minister".
6. Section 19:
Repeal the section, substitute:
Retirement from office
"19.(1) The Governor-General may, with the consent of the
Chairperson or Deputy Chairperson, retire the Chairperson or Deputy
Chairperson of the Board from office on the ground of invalidity.
"(2) The Minister may, with the consent of the member, retire a
member of the Board appointed under paragraph 11(1)(c) from office
on the ground of invalidity.".
7. Section 20:
Repeal the section, substitute:
Governor-General may end appointment of Chairperson
"20.(1) The Governor-General may end the appointment of the
Chairperson of the Board for misbehaviour or physical or mental
incapacity.
"(2) The Governor-General must end the appointment of the
Chairperson of the Board if the Chairperson:
(a) becomes bankrupt, applies to take the benefit of any law
for the relief of bankrupt or insolvent debtors, compounds with

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creditors or makes an assignment of remuneration for the benefit of
those creditors; or
(b) fails, without reasonable excuse, to comply with an
obligation imposed by section 60; or
(c) in the case of a Chairperson appointed on a full-time
basis:
(i) engages, without the approval of the Minister, in any paid
employment outside the duties of his or her office; or
(ii) is absent from duty, except on leave of absence, for a
reason other than the Chairperson's illness, for 14 consecutive
days or for 28 days in any period of 12 months; or
(d) in the case of a Chairperson appointed on a part-time
basis:
(i) engages in any paid employment that, in the opinion of the
Minister, conflicts with the proper performance of his or her
functions; or
(ii) is absent, except on leave of absence granted under
section 17, from 3 consecutive meetings of the Board.
Minister may end appointment of member appointed by Minister
"20A.(1) The Minister may end the appointment of a member of the
Board referred to in paragraph 11(1)(c) for misbehaviour or
physical or mental incapacity.
"(2) The Minister must end the appointment of a member of the
Board referred to in paragraph 11(1)(c) if the member:
(a) becomes bankrupt, applies to take the benefit of any law
for the relief of bankrupt or insolvent debtors, compounds with
creditors or makes an assignment of remuneration for the benefit of
those creditors; or
(b) fails, without reasonable excuse, to comply with an
obligation imposed by section 60; or
(c) engages in any paid employment that, in the opinion of the
Minister, conflicts with the proper performance of his or her
functions; or
(d) is absent, except on leave of absence granted under section
17, from 3 consecutive meetings of the Board.".
8. Paragraph 22(6)(a):
Omit "appointed to", substitute "of".
9. Transitional
(1) A person who was the Chairperson or Deputy Chairperson of the
Board immediately before commencement:
(a) continues to be the Chairperson or Deputy Chairperson of
the Board:
(i) for the remainder of the period for which he or she was
appointed to be Chairperson or Deputy Chairperson; and
(ii) on the same basis (either full-time or part-time) on
which he or she was holding office immediately before commencement;
and
(b) in the case of the Chairperson-is taken to have been
appointed under subsection 11(3) of the Employment, Education and
Training Act 1988 as in force after commencement; and
(c) in the case of the Deputy Chairperson-is taken to have been
appointed under subsection 11(3A) of the Employment, Education and
Training Act 1988 as in force after commencement.
(2) In spite of paragraph 11(1)(c) of the Employment, Education and
Training Act 1988 as in force after commencement, a person who was,
immediately before commencement, a member of the Board (other than
the Chairperson or a member who was also a Chairperson of a Council
or of a committee established under subsection 36(1) of the
Employment, Education and Training Act 1988 as in force before
commencement):
(a) continues to be a member of the Board:
(i) for the remainder of the period for which he or she was
appointed to be a member; and
(ii) on the same basis (either full-time or part-time) on
which he or she was holding office immediately before commencement;
and
(b) is taken to have been appointed under paragraph 11(1)(c) of
the Employment, Education and Training Act 1988 as in force after
commencement.
Note: Under this subitem, the number of persons who may
continue as members of the Board after commencement may be greater
than the number of members that may be appointed under paragraph
11(1)(c).
(3) Any terms and conditions that, because of section 12 of the
Employment, Education and Training Act 1988, applied immediately
before commencement to the Chairperson or Deputy Chairperson of the
Board continue to apply to the Chairperson or Deputy Chairperson
after commencement as if they were determined under paragraph
12(a).
(4) Any terms and conditions that, because of section 12 of the

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Employment, Education and Training Act 1988, applied immediately
before commencement to:
(a) a person to whom subitem (2) applies; or
(b) a person who is a member of the Board because of paragraph
11(1)(b) of the Employment, Education and Training Act 1988 as in
force after commencement;
continue to apply to the person after commencement to the extent
that the terms and conditions are not inconsistent with any terms
and conditions determined by the Minister under paragraph 12(b) of
the Employment, Education and Training Act 1988 as in force after
commencement.
(5) In this item:
"commencement" means the commencement of this Schedule.

EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION AND TRAINING AMENDMENT ACT 1995 No. 176 of 1995 - SCHEDULE 5

SCHEDULE 5 Section 3
AMENDMENTS RELATING TO THE APPOINTMENT OF COUNCIL MEMBERS
1. Subsections 32(1) and (2):
Omit the subsections, substitute:
"(1) A Council consists of the following members:
(a) a Chairperson; and
(b) not less than 8 and not more than 10 other persons
appointed by the Minister on a part-time basis.".
2. Subsection 32(4):
Omit the subsection, substitute:
"(4) The Governor-General appoints the Chairperson of each
Council. The appointment may be on a full-time or part-time basis.
"(4A) The Minister may appoint a member of a Council to be the
Deputy Chairperson of the Council. The appointment may only be on a
part-time basis.".
3. Subsection 32(5):
Omit "who is not a member of the Board".
4. Subsection 32(6):
Omit the subsection.
5. Subsection 33(1):
After "member" (first occurring) insert "(other than the
Chairperson)".
6. Subsection 33(2):
Omit the subsection, substitute:
"(2) If the Minister has appointed a member to be the Deputy
Chairperson of a Council, the Minister may appoint the Deputy
Chairperson (or the member acting as Deputy Chairperson) to act as
Chairperson of the Council:
(a) during a vacancy in the office of Chairperson, whether or
not an appointment has previously been made to the office; or
(b) during any period, or during all periods, when the
Chairperson is absent from duty or from Australia or is, for any
reason, unable to perform the duties of the office of Chairperson.
Note: See section 33A of the Acts Interpretation Act 1901
regarding acting appointments.
"(2A) If the Minister has appointed a member of a Council to be
the Deputy Chairperson of the Council, the Minister may appoint a
member of the Council to act as Deputy Chairperson of the Council
during any period, or during all periods, when the Deputy
Chairperson is absent from duty or from Australia or is, for any
reason, unable to perform the duties of the office of Deputy
Chairperson.
Note: See section 33A of the Acts Interpretation Act 1901
regarding acting appointments.".
7. Subsection 33(3):
Omit "or (2)", substitute ", (2) or (2A)".
8. After section 33:
Insert:
Defective appointment not invalid
"33A. The appointment of a person as a member of a Council is not
invalid because of a defect or irregularity in connection with the
appointment.
Meetings
"33B.(1) The Minister or the Chairperson of a Council may convene
meetings of the Council as the Minister or Chairperson considers
necessary for the efficient performance of the Council's functions.
"(2) A meeting is to be held at a place determined by the
Chairperson.
"(3) The Chairperson presides at all meetings at which he or she
is present.
"(4) If the Chairperson is not present at a meeting:
(a) if a Deputy Chairperson has been appointed and he or she is
present at the meeting-the Deputy Chairperson presides at the
meeting; or
(b) if paragraph (a) does not apply-the members present appoint

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one of their number to preside at the meeting.
"(5) Subject to this Act, the person presiding at a meeting may
give directions regarding the procedure to be followed in
connection with that meeting.
"(6) At a meeting of a Council:
(a) a majority of the members of the Council constitutes a
quorum; and
(b) all questions are decided by a majority of votes of the
members present and voting; and
(c) the person presiding has a deliberative vote and, in the
event of an equality of votes, also has a casting vote.
"(7) If a member is not present when the Council is deliberating
about a matter (because the member is excluded under subsection
60(2) from being so present), then, for the purposes of
ascertaining whether the members present during the deliberation
constitute a quorum, the excluded member is taken to be present
during the deliberation.
"(8) If a majority of the members of a Council sign a document
containing a statement that they are in favour of a resolution in
terms set out in the document, a resolution in those terms is taken
to have been passed at a duly constituted meeting of the Council
held on the day on which the document was signed, or, if the
members sign the document on different days, on the last of those
days.
"(9) For the purposes of subsection (8), 2 or more separate
documents containing statements in identical terms each of which is
signed by one or more members are together taken to be one document
containing a statement of those terms signed by those members on
the respective days on which they signed the separate documents.
"(10) A person other than a member may, with the approval of a
Council, take part in any discussions at a meeting of the Council
but the person cannot vote on any question arising for decision at
the meeting.
"(11) A Council must keep records of its meetings.".
9. Section 35:
Repeal the section, substitute:
Terms and conditions other than those provided for by this Act
"35. In respect of matters not provided for by this Act:
(a) the Chairperson of a Council holds office on the terms and
conditions (if any) determined in writing by the Governor-General;
and
(b) a member, other than the Chairperson, holds office on the
terms and conditions (if any) determined in writing by the
Minister.
Outside employment
"35A.(1) If the Chairperson of a Council is appointed on a full-time
basis, he or she may not, except with the approval of the
Minister, engage in paid employment outside the duties of his or
her office.
"(2) A member of a Council appointed on a part-time basis may not
engage in any paid employment that, in the opinion of the Minister,
conflicts with the proper performance of the functions of the
member.
Remuneration and allowances
"35B.(1) The Chairperson, the Deputy Chairperson (if one is
appointed) and the other members of a Council are to be paid the
remuneration determined by the Remuneration Tribunal, but, if no
determination by the Tribunal of a member's remuneration is in
effect, the member is to be paid such remuneration as is
prescribed.
"(2) A member is to be paid such allowances as are prescribed.
"(3) Subsections (1) and (2) have effect subject to the
Remuneration Tribunal Act 1973.
Leave of absence
"35C.(1) Subject to section 87E of the Public Service Act 1922, a
Chairperson of a Council appointed on a full-time basis has the
recreation leave entitlements determined by the Remuneration
Tribunal.
"(2) The Minister may:
(a) if the Chairperson of a Council is appointed on a full-time
basis-grant the Chairperson leave of absence (other than recreation
leave) on terms and conditions as to remuneration or otherwise
determined by the Minister; and
(b) grant a part-time member leave to be absent from a meeting
or meetings of a Council.
Resignation of office
"35D.(1) The Chairperson of a Council may resign from office by
writing signed by him or her and delivered to the Governor-General.
"(2) The Deputy Chairperson of a Council (if one was appointed)
may resign from office by writing signed by him or her and

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delivered to the Minister.
"(3) A member of a Council (other than the Chairperson) may
resign from office by writing signed by the member and delivered to
the Minister.
Retirement from office
"35E.(1) The Governor-General may, with the consent of the
Chairperson, retire the Chairperson of a Council from office on the
ground of invalidity.
"(2) The Minister may, with the consent of the Deputy
Chairperson, retire the Deputy Chairperson of a Council (if one was
appointed) from office on the ground of invalidity.
"(3) The Minister may, with the consent of the member, retire a
member of a Council (other than the Chairperson) from office on the
ground of invalidity.
Governor-General may end appointment of Chairperson
"35F.(1) The Governor-General may end the appointment of the
Chairperson of a Council for misbehaviour or physical or mental
incapacity.
"(2) The Governor-General must end the appointment of a
Chairperson of a Council if the Chairperson:
(a) becomes bankrupt, applies to take the benefit of any law
for the relief of bankrupt or insolvent debtors, compounds with
creditors or makes an assignment of remuneration for the benefit of
those creditors; or
(b) fails, without reasonable excuse, to comply with an
obligation imposed by section 60; or
(c) in the case of a Chairperson appointed on a full-time
basis:
(i) engages, without the approval of the Minister, in any paid
employment outside the duties of his or her office; or
(ii) is absent from duty, except on leave of absence, for a
reason other than the Chairperson's illness, for 14 consecutive
days or for 28 days in any period of 12 months; or
(d) in the case of a Chairperson appointed on a part-time
basis:
(i) engages in any paid employment that, in the opinion of the
Minister, conflicts with the proper performance of his or her
functions; or
(ii) is absent, except on leave of absence granted under
section 35E, from 3 consecutive meetings of the Council.
Minister may end appointment of member appointed by Minister
"35G.(1) The Minister may end the appointment of a member of a
Council (other than the Chairperson) for misbehaviour or physical
or mental incapacity.
"(2) The Minister must end the appointment of a member of a
Council (other than the Chairperson) if the member:
(a) becomes bankrupt, applies to take the benefit of law for
the relief of bankrupt or insolvent debtors, compounds with
creditors or makes an assignment of remuneration for the benefit of
those creditors; or
(b) fails, without reasonable excuse, to comply with an
obligation imposed by section 60; or
(c) engages in any paid employment that, in the opinion of the
Minister, conflicts with the proper performance of his or her
functions; or
(d) is absent, except on leave of absence granted under section
35E, from 3 consecutive meetings of the Council.
"(3) The Minister may, at any time and for any reason, end the
appointment of a member of a Council appointed under subsection
32(3).".
10. Transitional
(1) A person who was a Chairperson or Deputy Chairperson of a
Council immediately before commencement:
(a) continues to be the Chairperson or Deputy Chairperson of
the Council:
(i) for the remainder of the period for which he or she was
appointed to be Chairperson or Deputy Chairperson; and
(ii) on the same basis (either full-time or part-time) on
which he or she was holding office immediately before commencement;
and
(b) in the case of the Chairperson-is taken to have been
appointed under subsection 32(4) of the Employment, Education and
Training Act 1988 as in force after commencement; and
(c) in the case of the Deputy Chairperson-is taken to have been
appointed under subsection 32(4A) of the Employment, Education and
Training Act 1988 as in force after commencement.
(2) In spite of paragraph 32(1)(b), a person who was a member
(other than the Chairperson) of a Council immediately before
commencement:
(a) continues to be a member of the Council for the remainder

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of the period for which he or she was appointed to be a member; and
(b) is taken to have been appointed under paragraph 32(1)(b) of
the Employment, Education and Training Act 1988 as in force after
commencement.
Note: Under this subitem, the number of persons who may
continue as members of a Council after commencement may be greater
than the number of members that may be appointed to the Council
under paragraph 32(1)(b).
(3) Any terms and conditions that, because of section 12 (as
applied by subsection 35(1)) of the Employment, Education and
Training Act 1988, applied immediately before commencement to a
person to whom subitem (1) or (2) applies continue to apply to the
person after commencement to the extent that the terms and
conditions are not inconsistent with any terms and conditions
determined by the Minister under section 35 of the Employment,
Education and Training Act 1988 as in force after commencement.
(4) In this item:
"commencement" means the commencement of this Schedule.

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SCHEDULE 6 Section 3
AMENDMENTS RELATING TO CHANGES IN FUNCTIONS OF THE BOARD AND
OF SOME COUNCILS
1. Sub-subparagraph 7(1)(a)(i)(A):
Omit the sub-subparagraph, substitute:
"(A) education; or".
2. Sub-subparagraph 7(1)(a)(i)(B):
Add at the end "or".
3. Sub-subparagraph 7(1)(a)(i)(D):
Omit the sub-subparagraph, substitute:
"(D) national research priorities, the co-ordination of
research policy and Australian collaboration in international
research; or
(E) language and literacy; or
(F) international education and training; or
(G) adult and community education; or".
4. Subparagraph 7(4)(g)(ii):
Omit the subparagraph, substitute:
"(ii) vocational education and training;".
5. Paragraph 24(1)(c):
Omit the paragraph.
6. Sub-subparagraph 25(1)(a)(i)(C):
Omit "in respect of buildings, equipment, staff and other
facilities".
7. Subparagraph 26(1)(a)(i):
Omit "technical and further education", substitute "vocational
education and training".
8. Sub-subparagraph 26(1)(a)(i)(A):
Add at the end "or".
9. Sub-subparagraphs 26(1)(a)(i)(B), (D), (E) and (F):
Omit the sub-subparagraphs, substitute:
"(B) the general development of vocational education and
training; or
(C) adult and community education to the extent that such
education relates to vocational education and training; or
(D) the establishment of the priorities to be given to the
provision and delivery of vocational education and training; or
(E) the granting of financial assistance by the Commonwealth
for vocational education and training; or".
10. Paragraph 26(1)(c):
Omit the paragraph.

EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION AND TRAINING AMENDMENT ACT 1995 No. 176 of 1995 - SCHEDULE 7

SCHEDULE 7 Section 3
MISCELLANEOUS AMENDMENTS
1. Subsection 9(8):
Omit "subsection (1)", substitute "this section".
2. Subsection 9(9):
Omit the subsection.
3. Subsection 11(6):
Omit "or the Department of Aboriginal Affairs".
4. Subsection 16(3):
Omit "Tribunals", substitute "Tribunal".
5. Paragraph 23(c):
Omit "Formation".
6. Paragraph 23(c):
Omit "and" (second occurring).
7. Subsection 26(1):
Omit "Formation" (first occurring).
Note: The heading to section 26 is altered by omitting
"Formation".
8. Subsection 57(1):
Omit ", not exceeding 4 in number,".
9. Subsection 63(1):
Omit "1 July 1994", substitute "30 June 2000".

EMPLOYMENT, EDUCATION AND TRAINING AMENDMENT ACT 1995 No. 176 of 1995 - SCHEDULE 8

SCHEDULE 8
AMENDMENT TO SUBSTITUTE NEW SCHEDULE OF HIGHER EDUCATION
INSTITUTIONS
1. Schedule 1:
Repeal the Schedule, substitute:
"SCHEDULE 1
Section 3
HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS
PART I
NEW SOUTH WALES
Australian Catholic University
Avondale College
Charles Sturt University
Macquarie University
Southern Cross University
The University of New England
The University of New South Wales
The University of Newcastle
The University of Sydney
The University of Western Sydney
The University of Wollongong
University of Technology, Sydney
PART II
VICTORIA
Deakin University
La Trobe University
Marcus Oldham Farm Management College
Monash University
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology
Swinburne University of Technology
University of Ballarat
University of Melbourne (including the Graduate School of
Management Limited)
Victorian University of Technology
PART III
QUEENSLAND
Central Queensland University
Griffith University
James Cook University of North Queensland
Queensland University of Technology
The University of Queensland
University of Southern Queensland
PART IV
WESTERN AUSTRALIA
Curtin University of Technology
Edith Cowan University
Murdoch University
The University of Western Australia
PART V
SOUTH AUSTRALIA
The Flinders University of South Australia
The University of Adelaide
University of South Australia
PART VI
TASMANIA
University of Tasmania
PART VII
NORTHERN TERRITORY
Batchelor College
Northern Territory University
PART VIII
COMMONWEALTH AND A.C.T. INSTITUTIONS
Australian Maritime College
The Australian National University
University of Canberra".