Webinar facilitated by Ai Group – Centre for Education and Training
Article – Future proof your staff with a love of learning https://www.aigroup.com.au/news/blogs/2021/future-proof-your-staff-with-a-love-of-learning/
What Works for LLN is an online library of free language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) training and professional development videos. They can be used as LLN professional development for VET practitioners, workplace trainers and non-training staff in an RTO. They cover topics such as what LLN skills are, why they are important, how to identify learners’ LLN skills, the LLN requirements of the job and when specialist LLN support is needed.
The What Works for LLN videos are for:
An employer guide to using the Australian Core Skills Framework in the workplace. Sections include understanding workplace literacy, documenting skills requirements, communicating with the workforce and with training providers, as well as useful tools.
Strategies for trainers to use to develop foundation skills in a vocational training program. A YouTube presentation sponsored by Community Services & Health Industry Skills Council.
A resource developed to help trainers and assessors address the language, literacy and numeracy skills required within the Resources and Infrastructure Industry Training Package. Contains a good section on using the ACSF and mapping it against particular training packages and occupations.
A range of validated ACSF assessment tasks designed to be used by assessors who are experienced LLN practitioners with a sound working knowledge of the ACSF. Workplace trainers who are not experienced LLN practitioners may use the tasks, but should seek advice about their judgements from an experienced practitioner. Cover all core skills at a range of levels.
Grassroot Strategies – Tips for teaching reading, writing, numeracy and speaking /listening in the workplace context. Developed by Service Skills Australia.
Written for 1:1 tutors, but with useful practical ideas for classroom teachers as well. Also contains a section on The Vocational Student. Useful sections also on: How do we read?, The adult learner, Assessing your student’s needs and progress, The beginner reader/writer, The intermediate reader/ writer, Writing and spelling, Does your student have a disability?, Is your student from a non-English Speaking background?, Everyday numeracy, Getting started on the computer.
Plain English is a style of communication that studies have shown makes information easier to understand. This guide brings together a set of plain English tips. The main section covers how to write and present information clearly.
Tasmania’s adult literacy and numeracy website has a section on business, with case studies of businesses that have incorporated adult literacy and numeracy programs in their training.