'Tackling literacy in the workplace' is the headline of an great article in the June 2017 Education Review.
The Ako Aotearoa He Taunga Waka programme is holding its annual forum (wānanga-fono) to support educators improve literacy and numeracy outcomes for Māori and Pasifika learners.
A new Maths Eyes trail has been launched at Waikato University.
Its aim isn't to be a test, but to be an icebreaker into discussions about maths.
Designed by the Waikato Literacy and Numeracy Network, the trail is New Zealand's first.
A group of Dunedin workers with learning disabilities are now being trained in literacy and numeracy with funding through TEC's Employer-led Workplace Literacy and Numeracy Fund (EWLN).
The Minister of Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment Hon Paul Goldsmith has announced $3.5 million of reprioritised funding to meet increased demand for workplace-based literacy and numeracy programmes in 2018.
An Ako Aotearoa co-funded project (started in May 2016) is already providing learners with dyslexia the assistance they need to be successful in their tertiary studies.
'Keep talking about health and safety' is the message from Worksafe.
The South Canterbury Chamber of Commerce is supporting local businesses by promoting workplace literacy and numeracy. Read more about this here.
Building a Digital Nation outlines the Government’s programme of activity to grow New Zealand’s digital economy under its Business Growth Agenda.
A number of employees at Cargill Enterprises are participating in an Employer-led workplace literacy and numeracy programme. The trading arm of the Disabled Citizens Society (Otago) Inc., Cargill Enterprises was established more than 50 years ago, and now employs more than 80 people wit