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Sydney 3, 4 & 5 Oct Participants are invited to consider the role of adult literacy and numeracy education in promoting the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, particularly Goal 4 which is to "Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning ...

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This year’s conference theme is Expanding Possibilities, with a focus on how Australia’s not-for-profit community education providers are expanding how they serve their communities, in education, training and community services. More information about the 4 workshop strands and conference details are at:https://cca.edu.au/what-we-do/2019-cca-annual-conference/ The conference will include awarding the...

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Last week, The Hotline’s manager, Vanessa Iles visited Adelaide to meet with representatives from various LLN sectors to gather information on the courses on offer there. It is important that the Hotline staff remain up-to-date on the details of the courses that we refer our...

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Adult Learners’ Week is a UNESCO initiative supported in Australia by the Commonwealth Department of Education and Training and coordinated by Adult Learning Australia. Adult Learning Australia (ALA) want to hear stories of the power of learning and how it brings life changing opportunities to people;...

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A Rockhampton employer called the Hotline for urgent assistance to locate an LLN teacher/ tutor for a young Indigenous glazier apprentice who was struggling both on the job and in his studies, particularly in numeracy, and was not progressing in his apprenticeship because of this....

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Jim recalls his difficult school years, missing a lot of school due to illness and then having to leave school to become the family breadwinner when his dad died. “I lost a lot of time at school due to illness when I was very young…....

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The Reading Writing Hotline celebrated its 25th anniversary with an event at the State Library NSW. What a wonderful day! Our brilliant guest speakers Lyn Wilson from TAFE NSW, Don Perlgut from Community Colleges Australia and David Riordan from City of Sydney each brought a...

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