A school income model 88k is provided to assist schools in making decisions on the level of service provision and student participation.
Deliverers of the program must be ASC registered deliverers. Program Deliverers must adhere to the Department of Education, Training and Employment Code of Conduct.
The program should be provided at the school, or OSHC facility. There must be public liability insurance in place that covers the use of the venue which must comply with Occupational Health and Safety requirements.
Program deliverers must satisfy the character requirements for paid employees of the department. That is, each Program Deliverer must have a current suitability card or blue card in accordance with the requirements of the Queensland Government The Commission for Children and Young People Act 2000. If a teacher is receiving payment for the delivery of the Program, that teacher will require a blue card.
It is essential that the school notifies their Executive Director Schools immediately of potential issues that may affect the activity, including:
Disputes involving Program Deliverers employed by the department should be resolved by Education Queensland. However, Education Queensland must immediately advise of any actual or threatened legal action to the Project Liaison Officer through:
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Ground Floor, 1 Abbotsford Road,
Bowen Hills Qld 4006
PO Box 2717, Fortitude Valley QLD 4006
Tel: (07) 3031 8000
Fax: (07) 3031 8016
Program Supervisors/Deliverers who are employed by the department are covered by WorkCover when they are working under the direction of the employer. They are also covered while travelling to and from home, provided that travel takes place promptly after the Program session. Volunteers are covered by the Department's Public Liability insurance, provided the volunteer register is signed upon entry to the school grounds.
The recipient is required by the following legislation to comply with garnishee orders:
This page was last reviewed on 23 Sep 2011