ADDRESS ADULT LLN - (TAELLN411)

Adult language, literacy and numeracy educators and learners need the resilience to adjust to the evolving economic, social and political climate. This means being bold, adaptable, flexible, courageous and willing to take risks. A major risk for educators is the range of external pressures which threaten the continued provision of quality programs. The risk for learners is not reaching their full potential. For the preservation of quality programs all stakeholders must be influenced by current research, maintain professional standards, advocate, and engage learners in order for the sector to evolve and maintain relevance. Address Adult LLN course aims to educate trainers on the latest in research and enable them to address the learning needs of their learners who may be falling behind in more effective ways. To work as a trainer in the VET sector a trainer must hold, as a minimum, the TAE40110 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment from the TAE10 Training and Education Training Package or be able to demonstrate equivalent competency. Industry Council is pushing that all trainers will need to hold, or demonstrate equivalent competency for, the unit TAELLN411 or TAELLN401a.Topics

  • Why LLN for VET practitioners
  • Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF)
  • LLN in Training packages
  • Validated LLN assessment tools
  • Specialist LLN programs and services
  • LLN in Learning resources
  • Learning support strategies for developing LLN skills

Outcomes

  • Identify existing LLN skills of learners using validated LLN assessment tools
  • Determine the LLN requirements of the workplace and training in line with the Australian Core Skills Framework
  • Decide when specialist LLN support is required
  • Access appropriate specialist LLN support
  • Develop learning plan for learner to achieve required core LLN skills
  • Revise learning resources to be LLN appropriate
  • Apply learning support strategies to facilitate full participation and development of required LLN skills
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