Course Content
Advise on literacy demands
1.1 Access nationally recognised training products and analyse their literacy demands using current authorised Australian foundation skill frameworks 1.2 Analyse literacy demands essential to the workplace context and workplace performance using current authorised Australian foundation skill frameworks 1.3 Analyse literacy demands of the learning and assessment context using current authorised Australian foundation skill frameworks 1.4 Share information and provide advice on literacy demands
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Advise on literacy skill support needs of learners
2.1 Collect and analyse information about individual learner and candidate backgrounds to identify strengths and limitations relevant to literacy skill development 2.2 Plan and conduct literacy assessment using validated assessment tasks 2.3 Analyse literacy assessment results using current authorised Australian foundation skill frameworks to determine literacy skill levels 2.4 Analyse and compare literacy demands and learner literacy skill levels to determine the literacy skill support needs 2.5 Share information and provide advice on literacy skill assessment, levels and support needs
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Advise on literacy skill development
3.1 Use current authorised Australian foundation skill frameworks to review and tailor training strategies to support the development of literacy skills 3.2 Use current authorised Australian foundation skill frameworks to review and tailor assessment strategies to support assessment while maintaining the rigour of the assessment process 3.3 Research, access, review and modify learning resources to support the development of learners with literacy skill support needs 3.4 Research, access, review and modify assessment resources to support the assessment of candidates with literacy skill support needs while maintaining the rigour of the assessment process 3.5 Mentor and provide literacy skill advice to colleagues to support the development of their training and assessment practices
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Participate in professional development activities
4.1 Review own adult literacy professional practice and identify opportunities for improving practice 4.2 Access and interpret current adult literacy research and incorporate findings into own practice 4.3 Interact with professional adult literacy networks to share practice and maintain currency of practice
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TAELLN511 Lead the development of adult literacy skills
About Lesson

In today’s environment, a strong foundation in digital literacy, learning, reading, writing, and oral communication skills is crucial for participation in Australian society. These skills empower individuals to navigate the complexities of modern life and actively engage in work, training, and community settings. Here’s a breakdown of their current function and impact.

Learning:

  • Function: Effective learning skills involve the ability to set goals, research information, think critically, solve problems, and adapt to new situations.
  • Impact: A strong learning mindset allows Australians to continuously develop their knowledge and skills, which is crucial in a rapidly changing world. It empowers individuals to pursue lifelong learning opportunities, participate in training programs, and adapt to new technologies in the workplace.

 

Reading:

  • Function: Reading comprehension skills enable individuals to understand written information, extract meaning, and analyse complex ideas.
  • Impact: Strong reading skills are essential for following instructions, completing work tasks, and accessing information across various sources. They are crucial for success in formal education, training courses, and navigating everyday life.

 

Writing:

  • Function: Effective writing skills involve clear communication, proper grammar, and the ability to tailor content for specific audiences and purposes.
  • Impact: Strong writing skills are vital for composing emails, reports, resumes, and other communication in both personal and professional settings. They enable Australians to express themselves clearly, collaborate effectively, and advocate for themselves in the workplace and community.

 

Oral Communication:

  • Function: Effective oral communication involves active listening, clear articulation, and the ability to adapt communication style to suit different situations.
  • Impact: Strong oral communication skills enhance teamwork, participation in meetings, presentations, and negotiation. They allow Australians to confidently express ideas, collaborate effectively, and build relationships in both professional and social settings.