The MBIE website has a great new resource developed by Immigration NZ: 'Keeping it Clear' - Tips on providing information to an audience that is new to New Zealand.
With the help of dedicated employers, training providers and government, Skills Highway literacy and numeracy training is changing working lives.
On 8 September, UNESCO International Literacy Day, Literacy Aotearoa Wellington will hold a giant scrabble game at Wellington Railway Station
The winners and entrants in the Diversity Awards 2016 were celebrated at a Gala Dinner held in Auckland on 24 August. During an evening memorable for some top-class diversity initiatives, the three finalists in the Skills Highway category stood out for the significant changes that are b
Foundation-level industry trainees can enrol in programmes funded through the Workplace Literacy and Numeracy Fund and continue their industry training at the same time.
The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has released New Zealand’s results in the latest international Survey of Adult Skills, part of the OECD’s Programme for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC).
Last week Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment Minister, Steven Joyce confirmed the Government’s additional investment in workplace literacy will be extended to industry trainees working towards level one and two qualifications.
Media Release : Extending Workplace Literacy is an essential investment.
Extending workplace literacy funding to industry training is an essential economic and social investment for New Zealand, says the Industry Training Federation.
Dr Pushpa Wood has been appointed an officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to financial literacy and inter-faith relations.