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2 The Partnership Agreements Why have the Partnership Agreements? When did they happen? Shared key objectives and core outcomes Who is involved and how does it work? What has been achieved? What are the benefits of working in Partnership? Staff sharing arrangements Making it happen

3 Why have the Partnership Agreements? The importance of Government to the development of the University and the Institute The importance of the University and the Institute in building thriving VET, higher education and research sectors in the NT That by working together we can maximise efficiencies and joint investment opportunities Frameworks:

4 When did they happen? CDU/NTG Partnership Agreement First Agreement – 2003 – 2006 Second Agreement – 2007 – 2012 BIITE/NTG Partnership Agreement First Agreement – 2007 – 2010

5 Shared key objectives CDU NTG Economic Development Social and Cultural Development Environmentally Sustainable Development BIITE NTG Improving Indigenous Education, Training and Economic Participation Enhancing Indigenous Health, Safety & Lifestyle Sharing Our Resources

6 Core outcomes: Relevance of Vocational and Technical Education (VTE) and Higher Education (HE) sectors to industry, community and government needs. Indigenous education, employment and training programs. Shared structures and processes. Relevance of courses to industry and NTG needs. A critical mass of University and Institute enrolments, resident teaching and research staff, and funding applications. Research and evaluation that actively contributes to public policy and service delivery methods. Research programs in niche areas.

7 CDU/NTG Partnership Agreement Joint Chairs: Helen Garnett Paul Tyrrell Members: CDU Charles Webb Don Zoellner NTG Margaret Banks Richard Galton

8 BIITE/NTG Partnership Agreement Joint Chairs: Dr Jeannie Herbert Ken Simpson Members: BIITE Tom Evison Dr Tony Mordini Head of Policy, Planning & Secretariat NTG Margaret Banks Dr David Ashbridge Richard Galton

9 How do they work? SOCIAL & CULTURAL: Caring for Territory Communities ENVIRONMENT: Achieving Environmentally Sustainable Development ECONOMIC: Creating Better Opportunities for all Territorians Economic Development Indigenous Opportunities Learning Environment Creative Industries Australian and Global Connections Strong Regions Healthy Communities Safe Communities Good Governance Sustainable Terrestrial and Aquatic Resources Sustainable Marine Resources Stephen Garnett (CDU), Larry Bannister (NTG) Wendy Brady CDU), Dennis Bree (NTG) Tess Lea (CDU), Ken Davies (NTG) Donal Fitzpatrick (CDU), Diana Leeder (NTG) Claire Baxter (CDU), Brian O'Gallagher (NTG) Ram Vemuri (CDU), Dave Malone (NTG Lesley Barclay (CDU), Greg Rickard, Peter Boyce (NTG) Allan Arnott (CDU) Kate Vanderlaan (NTG) Ian Thynne (CDU), Ken Simpson (NTG) Bruce Campbell (CDU), Greg Leach (NTG) Chris Austin (CDU), Karen Edyvane (NTG) The Peak Group OBJECTIVESSCHEDULESLEADERS

10 How do they work? Enhancing Indigenous Health, Safety and Lifestyle Improving Indigenous Education, Training and Economic Participation The Peak Group Sharing Our Resources Indigenous Learning Healthy Communities Safe Communities Housing and Construction Early Childhood Supporting Governance and Community Capacity Communications and infrastructure Transition to Work Public Sector Employment Opportunities Supporting Indigenous Business Sustainable Indigenous Environmental Practices Carol Penglase (NTG) Anthony (Joe) Fraser (BI) Wendi Masters, Leon Morris (NTG) Dr Tony Mordini (BI) Danielle Cross (NTG) Martin Heskins (BI) Joe Martin-Jard (NTG) George Sack (BI) Bill Panton (NTG) Dr Tim Whiteside (BI) Jenny Cleary (NTG) Dr Lyn Fasoli (BI) Penny Sullivan (NTG) Dr Peter Stephenson (BI) Peter Boyce (NTG) Dr Jan Schmitzer (BI) Meg Friel (NTG) Ann Davis (BI) Julie Brimson (NTG) Dr Peter Stephenson (BI) Ross Lindsay (NTG) Tom Evison (BI) Consolidating Service Provision Secretariat (NTG) Secretariat (BI) OBJECTIVES SCHEDULES LEADERS

11 What has been achieved in HR? Staff Sharing Framework Work Integrated Learning Scholarships (WILS) Chair of Governance at CDU – Professor Ian Thynne Chair of HR at CDU – Professor Leigh Deves Courses: Kigaruk Indigenous Men’s Leadership Development Program Lookrukin Indigenous Women’s Leadership Development Program Certificate III in Health Support Services Graduate Certificate in Public Governance (NT Treasury) Graduate Certificate in Leadership and Strategic Management (Police) Middle Years Postgraduate Units Research: Nurses Mobility Project Drivers of Mobility in NT Professionals Evaluation of Indigenous Employment and Career Development Strategy Evaluation of NTPS Remote Workforce Development Strategy

12 What are the benefits of working in Partnership? Minimise duplication and maximise efficiencies – working on shared priorities for the overall benefit of the Territory. Stronger bargaining power when dealing with the Commonwealth/other funding bodies. Procurement – Standing Certificate of Exemption. Sustainable collaboration. Recognition of collaboration by Cabinet, University Council and Institute Council. Secretariat support.

13 Staff sharing arrangements NAMEPOSITIONNTG AGENCY CDU SCHOOL/UNIT OTHER SOURCETYPE OF PROGRAM Lee Robertson Community Development Project Officer DEETSchool for Social and Policy Research Let’s Start Program Kate MullinProject OfficerN/ASchool for Social and Policy Research WA Aboriginal Independent Community Schools NALP – third party involvement in Partnership activity Professor Tony Barnes Research FellowNT TreasurySchool for Social and Policy Research 20% CDU, 80% NTG Sashi KiranProject OfficerNT TreasurySchool of Engineering and Logistics Graduate Program – Finance Officer Jakki McLean Project OfficerDHCSSchool for Social and Policy Research Let’s Start Program Patricia Lithgow Clinical Nurse ConsultantDHCSSchool of Education, Health and Science Secondment Beryl McEwan Lecturer, Health ScienceDHCSSchool of Education, Health and Science Secondment Dr Robyn Thompson Visiting ScholarDCMGraduate School for Health Practice Senior Research Fellow, Secondment Tania Nicholls Project OfficerDEETSchool for Social and Policy Research Let’s Start Program Thomas Johnson Senior Policy OfficerDCMOffice of the Vice Chancellor Secondment Sue KildeaAssociate Professor, Midwifery DHCSGraduate School for Health Practice 0.4 Secondment Sue KruskeSenior Lecturer, Child Health DHCSGraduate School for Health Practice 0.3 Secondment

14 Making it happen Contact the DCM Secretariat

15 Key contacts NTG Rachael Shanahan Ph: Jean Rodricks Ph: Fiona Justin Ph: CDU Janet Russell Ph: BIITE Darryl Butler Ph:


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