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Training Videos


Learning-centred frameworks
that guide adult LLN learning and teaching


Core Skills Profile for Adults (CSPA) Information Pack

Snapshot Reading and Numeracy Indicator

Review of ACSF and DLSF: Discussion Forum 1

Submission to the Parliament of Australia, Standing Committee on Employment, Education and Training Inquiry into Adult Literacy and its Importance

Principles of Adult Literacy and Numeracy

Five Terms of Reference Summary

The relationship between primary-carers’ literacy skills and their children’s educational and literacy skills development

Jordan Foster

Jordan Foster, Clinical Psychologist, ySafe

Protecting yourself online and safeguarding your online reputation.

Keynote Presentation at 2021 Conference

Adult literacy 'shame' needs national plan

Without a national plan on reading, writing and numeracy for adults, Australia risks being left behind.

The Inquiry Into Adult Literacy and Its Importance

WAALC submission: The availability, impact and effectiveness of adult literacy and numeracy educational programs in Australia and internationally.”

Understanding Your SmartPhone

This video is an extract from a presentation given at the 2021 Conference. It attempts to explain in simple terms how your phone works and the difference between Apple and Android

'Jay Blades: Learning To Read At 51' : Jay Blades reveals his struggles and why he hopes to inspire others

‘Jay Blades: Learning To Read At 51’ is a new BBC1 documentary that sees the popular host of The Repair Shop reveal how he has always struggled to read.

African prison teacher helping inmates learn literacy and numeracy skills for life after jail

Zimbabwe-born teacher Allan Chidziva went from teaching with the Australian Defence Force to the South Coast Correction Centre in Nowra.

Lost for Words Series 1

Lost for Words follows eight brave Australians on a life-changing opportunity to transform their lives by taking part in an intensive nine-week long adult literacy program.

How we can improve adult literacy

According to the OECD, 40 to 50 per cent of adults in Australia have literacy levels below the international standard required for participation in work, education and society.