The TEC has announced that they will conclude funding for the National Centre for Literacy and Numeracy for Adults at the end of 2017. The National Centre has led and delivered the TEC literacy and numeracy professional development programme since 2009.
Ako Aotearoa's TEC-funded work in the development of cultural competency pathways in adult literacy and numeracy continues to build momentum, and the recent digital flipbook of the wānanga/f
Practice Sharing Forum, Friday 24 November, 9.30am, C Block WelTec - Petone Campus
Presentations and resources from the recent Talking Matters Summit are available here.
If you are teaching foundation education at any level, you need to be qualified and on a continuing professional development journey.
You can start this journey through the Teach Better Now programme available on Pathways Awarua.
For some, a stigma is associated with dyslexia, but others believe those with the condition have an advantage.
The 20/20 Trust recently welcomed the recognition being given to literacy in a digital world as the focus for UNESCO’s International Literacy Day on 8 September.
The Industry Training Federation and the Skills Highway team are delighted to congratulate Mike Styles on receiving the 2017 Adult Literacy and Numeracy Leadership Award, awarded by the National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults.
The Deloitte BusinessNZ 2017 Election Survey surveyed BusinessNZ members during April-June 2017. There were 575 responses across a broad range of business sizes, regions and industries.
The Skills Highway team is delighted to congratulate Waste Management Ltd for winning the Skills Highway Award at last week’s Diversity Awards in Auckland.