Fortunate to have been brought up with books and reading, Kiwi writer and teacher David Riley realises many young New Zealanders have not had the same learning opportunities for various reasons.
Australian industry and literacy groups have banded together to call on the Federal Government to craft a national strategy to address the problem of workplace literacy and numeracy.
The annual ‘Epetoma o te reo Māori Kūki ’Āirani: Cook Islands Language Week is being held from Sunday 29 July – Saturday 4 August 2018.
For twenty years New Zealanders have joined adults in over forty countries to celebrate the joy of learning.
At the end of a workplace literacy and numeracy programme, employees are often 'fired up' and keen for more learning! One option might be to encourage some employees to undertake Health and Safety Representative training.
Congratulations to all of the winners of 2018 ACE Aotearoa Awards! And it was great to see recognition for some of our stalwart adult literacy, language and numeracy practitioners.
Discover skills and resources to improve numeracy instruction and help learners increase their confidence and competency with numbers.
Worksafe has produced guidance to help organisations to write health and safety documents. The guidance explains how to develop health and safety documents. The guidelines help to answer the following questions:
Keith Quinn, a student at Literacy Waitākere in New Lynn, said he was locked out of life by not being able to fully read and write. He could read, just, but couldn't really communicate in an increasingly complex world.
A new Adult Literacy, Numeracy and Cultural Capability (ALNACC) space has been established on the Ako Aotearoa website.