Workplace Language, Literacy and Numeracy | Developing professional practice
Identify priority learning areas, use assessment results and design targeted instruction. You will cover a range of instructional approaches, activities and resources to support ongoing innovation.
Workplace training has been described as ‘the hardest job you ever had’. It’s also possibly the most rewarding and effective form of tutoring.
This course will equip workplace LLN tutors with the skills to identify priority learning areas, use assessment results, and design targeted instruction. It covers both literacy and numeracy provision and includes a range of instructional approaches, activities and resources to support ongoing innovation.
By the end of this course you will be able to:
- identify and prioritise workplace language, literacy and numeracy learning objectives
- apply a range of strategies to develop literacy, language and numeracy skills
- use a range of resources in a targeted and contextualised way to support and develop learners' skills.
Who is this workshop for?
This course is recommended for Workplace LLN tutors seeking to develop their understanding and practice.
About the facilitator
Dr Damon Whitten is a professional development specialist focusing on adult literacy and numeracy and connecting research to real-world contexts to develop effective teaching and learning approaches.
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