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The USA National Safety Council’s Campbell Institute has released the findings of a pilot study showing that employees who are trained on the concept of visual literacy are able to see workplace hazards that might have otherwise been unnoticed.
The Bupa Christchurch laundry crew have always been experts in knowing their woollens from their linen, but they are now putting new skills into practice from a workplace literacy and numeracy programme they recently completed.
A unique graduation ceremony has been held in Marton in which seven Speirs Foods employees made a presentation to the senior management team that supported their training.
The 2019 Pacific Language Weeks will boost awareness of the value of New Zealand’s Pacific languages both within Pacific communities and beyond.
When Aspire2 Business approached Brother International about their customised Workplace Communications Programmes, the timing couldn’t have been better.
Kiwi businesses are able to make a bid for a share of a new $22 million fund that’s been created to help improve workplace health and safety.
For 22 years, the Diversity Awards NZ™ have given organisations the opportunity to celebrate the important work they are doing and to be inspired by and learn from others.
The Open Polytechnic and WelTec, supported by Ako Aotearoa's Regional Hub Fund, have produced a series of short guides to support vocational and foundation tutors to embed literacy and numeracy in their teaching practice.
The Ministry of Education has released another series of reports and A3 notes on the results of the 2014 Survey of Adult Skills in Dec 2018.