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Written in competency-based format, this professional development package is targeted at Australian teachers of adult English language, literacy, and numeracy working in labor market programs. The approximately 26-hour-long course aims to increase knowledge of and skills in liaising and negotiating with the Commonwealth Employment Service, labor market program characteristics, working with labor market clients, development and delivery of literacy within literacy market programs, and marketing labor market programs. An introduction lists learning outcomes and provides general information on use of the program. Section 1, Participant's Notes, includes three units: the partners, development and delivery, and marketing. Each contains learning outcome, hours, topics, assessment, information (readings), and learning activities. Assessment tasks and procedures are found at the end of the section. Section 2 is a collection of models of good practice in labor market literacy teaching. Section 3 lists print-based resources for teachers working in labor market programs and details how to access them. Section 4 consists of a guide for presenters and facilitators and the curriculum. The guide notes required facilitator or presenter skills, experience, and roles. The curriculum contains course outcomes, structure, assessment strategy, course delivery, articulation and credit transfer, ongoing monitoring and evaluation, module information, competency list, and a 16-item bibliography. Two publications are attached: "Accessing Jobs: A Guide to the Labour Market Programs of the Department of Employment, Education and Training" and "The Information Privacy Principles." (YLB)

Descriptors: Adult Basic Education, Adult Literacy, Competency Based Education, Curriculum Guides, Demonstration Programs, Employment Programs, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Instructional Materials, Learning Activities, Literacy Education, Marketing, Models, Numeracy, Program Development

Adult Basic Education Resource and Information Service (ARIS), National Languages and Literacy Institute of Australia, GPO Box 372F, Melbourne, Victoria 3001, Australia ($40 Australian).

Autor: National Staff Development Committee for Vocational Education and Training, Chadstone Australia.

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=10402&id=ED387660

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