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Last updated 06 December 2012 10:52 by NZTecAdmin

A manager and tutor talk about two successful elements of their workplace literacy programme.

Key content

  • Selecting programme participants
  • Building programme content - from individual to workplace specific demands

Things to think about

  • In what ways does mixing employees from different departments or work sites benefit the process?
  • How did the tutor move from the individual to the workplace? What would be the benefits of this approach? To what extent could you use this approach in your teaching? 
  • What would be the effect of using a ‘fake’ company for programme content? 
  • What are the implications here for the transfer of learning?



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