Former school principal and founder of Learning Matters Ltd, Carla McNeil, argues that New Zealanders can no longer afford to take the ‘she’ll be right’ approach when it comes to addressing dyslexia.
The Māori Cultural Capability pathway has been updated. There are four collections of modules, centred around four key Māori values:
ELPNZ and Skills Highway have collaborated on a video that highlights the great work happening in ELP's English for Employees programmes.
Ace Aotearoa advises that the 2020 Hui Fono will be held at Arahura Marae in Hokitika, 26 – 27 Hui-tanguru (February) 2020.
Congratulations to the NZWRI team, who have secured $4.3 million in funding through the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment’s Endeavour Fund.
The theme for this year’s Fijian Language Week, which starts on October 6 and runs until October 12, is noqu vosa ai takele ni noqui tovo, or, in English, my language anchors my culture.
We invite you to this free public seminar by Dr Marco Paccagnella of the OECD.
ACE Aotearoa are excited to let you know that we are now able to offer a Te Reo for ACE workshop.
The Open Polytechnic, New Zealand’s largest specialist provider of vocational distance learning, has welcomed the Government’s recent announcement that it will boost funding for literacy and numeracy training in the workplace.
The Skills Highway team is thrilled to congratulate Simcro Ltd for winning the Skills Highway Award at the Diversity Awards in Auckland on 28 August 2019.