Entries for the 2017 Diversity Awards NZ are now open, including the Skills Highway Award, which celebrates organisations that develop initiatives to assist employees with literacy and numeracy.
A Radio New Zealand story highlights that the number of immigrants who are using language training they paid for as part of their visa requirements has fallen to a new low.
Skills Highway entrants in the 2016 Diversity Awards showcase the growing influence of literacy training on workplaces and lives throughout New Zealand.
Worksafe have added the Pathways Awarua health and safety modules to their Worksafe Toolshed - tools and resources to help employers understand the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 (HSWA) and get them sta
With November marking Canada’s financial literacy month, now is a great time for employers to address the need for financial education in the workplace, says Jane Rooney, financial literacy leader at the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada.
In October, 55 Auckland-based Waste Management team members and their managers from eight sites across the city gathered for an inaugural Skills First graduation celebration at their head office.
Wordfit Health & Safety is now live on Pathways Awarua. Learn 100 commonly used words to do with keeping yourself and others safe at home and at work.
A report on the spending habits of Māori women has identified that a culturally-responsive community model could help improve financial literacy among Māori.
The National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults has received international acknowledgement by being selected as a 2016 Library of Congress Literacy Awards Program Best Practice Honouree.
Stepping UP, an initiative of the 2020 Trust, provides free, community-based computer and internet training for adults. There is a network of delivery partners, mainly public libraries, and also a number of community technology centres.