Steven Joyce has announced $11 million to fund 600 more places in the 2016 Workplace Literacy and Numeracy programme, and around 900 places from 2017 onwards
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Top of the south iwi Ngati Apa ki te Ra To is providing literacy and numeracy lessons to a group of workers at Omega Seafoods through private training company Workforce Development. To read more about the success of this partnership programme, go
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Venue: Te Papa, Wellington
The theme of the National Centre Symposium 2016 is:
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The TEC have updated the English for Migrants section on their website. The information is available in Chinese, Korean and Hindi and includes directories of providers across New Zealand.
The TEC has published new literacy and numeracy information on its website.
Education Minister Hekia Parata has announced that secondary students will now have access to the Tertiary Education Commission’s Pathways Awarua literacy and numeracy modules.
The new Health and Safety at Work Act comes into force on 4 April 2016.
Alison Sutton, who is the Manager, Literacy and Family Learning for COMET Auckland, has recently published a report from her Winston Churchill Memorial Fellowship.