2021 WAALC Conference

‘Collaborative Practices – Creative ideas’

1 October 2021
Due to an unprecedented response we are juggling registrations with space, seats and sessions. We are accepting registrations but getting close to the limit. If necessary we’ll place you on a waiting list.

Sometimes all it takes is the opportunity to see successful teaching in place to spark new ideas, generate exciting conversations and revitalise workplace actions.

Collaborative Practices – Creative ideas – WAALC’s 2021 Conference does this.

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Need a service for an adult to improve their reading writing or mathematics?

Reading Writing Hotline

Reading Writing Hotline

Call Reading Writing Hotline 1300 655 06 or visit their website.

They have contact details for TAFE classes, free jobseeker programs, individual tutors and can even help with suggestions if you want to study at home on your own.

One of the programs they will offer you is the Western Australia volunteer tutor program called Read Write Now. Sessions are weekly for an hour and a half, one-to-one and free of charge. Volunteer tutors meet with students in a public venue e.g. TAFE campus, public library, community centre etc.

Find out more, including eligibility, at the Read Write Now website. Interested students can ring Read Write Now directly on 1800 018 802.

Keep up to date with adult literacy and numeracy in Australia

Here’s three great places to start are:

Australian Council for Adult Literacy

Australian Council of Adult Literacy

The Australian Council of Adult Literacy (ACAL) publishes a regular free newsletter with news and opinion pieces about adult literacy and numeracy. Add yourself to their email list: you don’t need to be a member of ACAL.

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FS Teach

FS Teach

FS Teach Facebook page includes quite a lot of news but has the added benefit of hundreds of members across Australia who can answer your questions about foundation skills.

FS Teach Facebook

Reading Writing Hotline

Adult Learning Australia

Adult Learning Australia offers more generic adult education focused information including webinars, a journal and undertakes an advocacy role.

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