Metropolitan Tutor Training
Tutor Training courses for 2020 have begun. The training is 2 days face-to-face and 2 days content on-line.
Face to face training is held at Leederville campus of North Metropolitan TAFE, corner Oxford and Richmond streets, Leederville.
Please ensure that all Police Check paperwork is submitted to Central Office prior to start of training.
Please use the database to check if a prospective tutor from your area has been invited and/or sent in an RSVP. Central Office also marks each day of attendance so that Coordinators can see if tutors have completed the training.
SAVE THE DATE
WAALC Conference 2020 - Collaborative Practices – Creative ideas
Friday April 17 2020
NM TAFE Northbridge.
The Western Australian Adult Literacy Council Conference will bring together literacy professionals to share ideas, teaching tips, resources tried and tested and tips for working with a range of learners.
“Sometimes all it takes is the opportunity to see successful teaching in place to spark new ideas, generate exciting conversations and revitalise workplace actions.”
Keynote Speaker: Dr Anne Aly MP
The day program has now been released and there are a number of very interesting workshops, including “Engaging the Disengaged”, “Struggling Adult Readers – what instruction and support is of greatest benefit” and “Hands-on spelling”. Choose your sessions on the day.
Lotterywest scholarships will be made available for volunteers to attend the conference free of charge. Anyone wanting to apply for a Lotterywest scholarship must first register for the conference. Please let Central Office know if you are intending on applying for one of these.
Information on the conference can be found at http://waalc.org.au/2020-conference/
We received fantastic feedback to the RWN Tutor Conference held on Saturday November 2. Database records will now show you tutor attendance at specific workshops.
Please encourage your tutors to attend professional development regularly.
2020 - Be Connected schedule
1-DAY INTRODUCTORY COURSE ON TEACHING BASIC COMPUTER SKILLS TO ADULT LEARNERS
This course is designed to help you to become a better tutor through exploring ways you can best support adult learners and teach them basic computer skills.
Come and join us for a full day of workshops, including:
- An introduction into Teaching Basic Computer Skills (What is a Digital Mentor?)
- Inspiring people to get online
- Overcoming barriers
- Supporting digital (computer) skills
- Online Resources and Activities
- Facilitating discussions and activities.
Please note that lunch and refreshments are provided on the day, and there will be more follow-up sessions on various topics related to computer skills.
Our Introductory Courses are being held on:
Friday 13th March 9.00-16.00 North Metro TAFE, Leederville Campus
Friday 03rd April 9.00-16.00 North Metro TAFE, Leederville Campus
Friday 8th May 9.00-16.00 North Metro TAFE, Leederville Campus
RSVP Nina Cameron -“Be Connected” Lead Digital Mentor- on 1800 018 802 or 9202 4354