Edition 548, 7 April 2014
- Minister Pyne to deliver keynote address at ACPET Higher Education Symposium
- Financing women business owners for international growth
- Join us to congratulate our ACPET Peers!
- Good practice – how to add a unit of competency course to scope
- Get your new staff ready with Introduction to VET
- Top RTO non-compliances from ASQA 2013 reports
- 7 Multipliers to improving your RTO’s Financial Success
- Advanced Moodle - Taking Moodle to the next level to engage Learners
- Get the latest on foundation skills and get the edge for your RTO at the ACER National Adult LLN Assessment Conference 2014
- Register now for Professional Development in Tasmania April-May
- Tasmania PD - Are you ready to be audited? - Hobart 24 April
- Subsidised PD - Key RTO non-compliances from ASQA reports - Launceston 1 May
- SA webinar - Quality support & LLN services to maximise student success - 28 April
- Tasmanian webinar - Quality support & LLN services to maximise student success - 28 April
Get the latest on foundation skills and get the edge for your RTO at the ACER National Adult LLN Assessment Conference 2014
Monday, April 7 2014
The 3rd Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) National Adult Language, Literacy and Numeracy Assessment Conference, taking place in Melbourne this 1-2 May, is an excellent opportunity for members to find out the latest programs, policies and practices, giving them the edge in targeting students' and industry's foundation skills needs.
With members increasingly strengthening their foundation skills delivery and following new opportunities around foundation skills specialisation, the conference is also a great opportunity to network and share ideas with colleagues.
The conference will feature presentations and workshops from private and community providers, small enterprises, WELL programs, TAFE and from school-based and non-school based youth programs.There will be presenters from regional, metropolitan and remote indigenous programs, as well as insights from international and national researchers.
With the recent release of findings for Australian adults’ foundation skills’ performance, measured through the Programme for International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC), the conference will also examine the implications of the PIAAC findings for both policy and practice in VET, workplace and schools education; and the implications for lifelong learning and full participation in the community and the workplace.
For more information about the conference sessions and to register, click here.