Address adult language, literacy and numeracy issues
HOW DO I ADDRESS LLN IN ADULT LEARNING?
How to measure and determine Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) skills for your training.
What is the ACSF?
The Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF) is a comprehensive tool designed to assist both specialist and non-specialist English language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) practitioners describe an individual’s performance in the five core skills of learning, reading, writing, oral communication and numeracy.
It provides a consistent national approach to identifying and developing the core skills in three diverse contexts;
personal and community;
workplace and employment;
and education and training.
In particular, it offers:
shared concepts and language for identifying, describing and discussing the core skills
a systematic approach to benchmarking, monitoring and reporting on core skills performance.
The ACSF has broad applications and can be used to:
assess and benchmark an individual’s core skills performance
describe core skills relevant to the workplace and employment
tailor approaches to teaching and learning
inform decisions regarding funding and referrals.
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LLN Assessment scenario
Addressing LLN requires that you first evaluate a candidate and your training products. The scenario below has been designed to provide you with a realistic evaluation subject, Janine. Click the button to review the scenario when prompted during your assessment.