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Last updated 23 January 2014 12:22 by NZTecAdmin

2012 Symposium and Hui

The National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults Symposium 2012 and the Workplace Literacy and Numeracy Hui took place on 28 and 29 June 2012.

View keynote and workshop presentations.

2012 Pasifika Symposium

Enhancing Aspirations of Pasifika Communities through Literacy, Language and Numeracy

The inaugural Pasifika Literacy and Numeracy Symposium was hosted by the Manukau Institute of Technology (MIT) on Friday 30 November 2012.

See more information.

Other conferences

2012 NZAPEP conference

Professor Diana Coben, Director of the National Centre, and Niki McCartney, Associate Director presented the session Quality, Choice and Innovation in Embedding Numeracy & Literacy at the NZAPEP September conference.

View more information and the presentation.

Video series: 2012 NZ Literacy Forum, Wellington

The Industry Training Federation (ITF) is the member organisation for New Zealand's Industry Training Organisations.

On 6 June 2012, ITF hosted a New Zealand Literacy Forum in Wellington, themed 'Partnership at Work'. The following videos feature presentations and speakers from the day.

View videos and presentations.

2012 ALM19 Conference

The 19th International Conference of Adults Learning Mathematics – A Research Forum (ALM19) was held in co-operation with the National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults (NCLANA) University of Waikato and the Auckland University of Technology (AUT) between June 26 and Friday June 29 2012 at Auckland University of Technology city campus.

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