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This is the first stage of a two-stage Regulation Impact Statement (RIS) process which includes a Consultation RIS followed by a final Decision RIS.
The purpose of this Consultation RIS is to seek stakeholder views on the costs and benefits of options associated with national occupational licensing reform to assist the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) in its decision making on reform paths and to support the preparation of a Decision RIS in the second half of 2012. Specific questions have been highlighted in the text of the Consultation RIS.
This Consultation RIS is a mechanism to gather stakeholder views on reform paths as well as to provide an indication of the preliminary assessment of costs and benefits. It does not necessarily reflect the views of any particular jurisdiction. Consultants were commissioned by the COAG National Licensing Taskforce to prepare the Consultation RIS, and it incorporates views that have been brought to the attention of the consultants. Extensive information has also been provided by jurisdictions on the costs and benefits of policy approaches and the detail of the licensing arrangements in each jurisdiction.