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Last updated 28 August 2015 00:04 by NZTecAdmin

Series 5

The ecology of programme development: Establishing whānau literacy programmes in context (Presentation, PDF, 1.1Mb) 

Presenters: Dr Jane Furness, University of Waikato; Bronwyn Yates and Peter Isaacs, Literacy Aotearoa 

Writing - a manly pursuit! (Presentation, PDF, 1.2Mb) 

Presenter: Charles Hayward, English Language Partners NZ Trust 

Working together: Raising literacy in and across cities and towns (Presentation, PDF, 2.1Mb) 

Presenter: Alison Sutton, COMET Auckland 

Prison-based literacy and numeracy delivery: Educational Facilitation and Vocational Training working together to contextualise literacy and numeracy for learners within a prison environment (Presentation, PDF, 1.3Mb) 

Presenters: Brent McGrannachan, Aleeshea Reid and Adam Corner, Department of Corrections

Industry Training Organisations talking about their literacy and numeracy work from the learner/trainee perspective (their voice) (first of two sessions) 

BCITO (Presentation, PDF, 358Kb)

The Skills Organisation (Presentation, PDF, 439.1Kb)

Presenters: Gavin Good, BCITO, Nicola Beentjes, MITO; and Marion Drew, The Skills Organisation 

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