THE HEALTH EDUCATION AND TRAINING INSTITUTE OPEN ACCESS INFORMATION (SECTION 20 GIPA)
- The HETI website. HETI makes available to the public all reports and information that it publishes free of charge. Here you will find information about HETI, its role and functions and contact details.
- A resource library. Publications are available to the public.
- HETI policies which may be of specific interest to the public. As a Statutory Health Corporation, HETI is subject to and adopts the Policy Directive issued by the Ministry of Health. HETI develops local policies and makes relevant ones available to the public.
- Register of government contracts. HETI publishes a register of contracts valued at more than $150,000 with private sector bodies. Information includes the name of the contractor and any related company involved in the contract, the start date and duration of the contract, the goods and services to be provided, the amount payable to the contractor, any renegotiation provisions, tender methods if applicable and payment provisions for operational or maintenance services under the contract.
- Information about HETI contained in any document tabled in Parliament by or on behalf of HETI. Since 2 April 2012, no documents have yet been tabled in Parliament by or on behalf of HETI. Should this occur, HETI will publish links to these documents on this website.
Formal determinations made under the GIPA Act are listed in the Disclosure Log.
- Record of information not made publicly available can also be found in the Disclosure Log.
As information held by HETI is publicly available, access applications under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 should be unnecessary. These applications should be considered a last resort. If you are unable to obtain the information you need in any other way, you can formally request specific information from HETI. In some cases, access to information will require a formal access application. Access applications are subject to application fees and processing charges and copies of the forms are available from the NSW Information and Privacy Commission.
The review and complaints rights of applicants as well as detailed information about the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 are detailed on the NSW Information and Privacy Commission website.
You can find out more about your right to information and new ways to access NSW Government information on the Information and Privacy Commission website, or by calling 1800 472 679 between 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays).