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Upcoming ALA webinars

ALA professional development webinars

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ALA offers regular professional development webinars. These webinars are free of charge to Adult Learning Australia members.

 

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Broadband for Seniors

Helping seniors with technology

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Broadband for Seniors helps senior Australians get the skills they need to use computers and access the Internet. Visit the BFS website now.

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Find a Training Organisation

Community education and training

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Community providers don’t just support job seekers to gain skills for work. They offer community connections, social support and encouragement. They are also experts at tailored solutions delivered at your venue.

 

Click the image to contact a Community Education and Training RTO in your community.

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Australian Journal of Adult Learning

Find research in adult learning

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The Australian Journal of Adult Learning (AJAL) is an official publication of Adult Learning Australia (ALA) and is published three times each year. It is concerned with promoting critical thinking and research in the field of adult learning as well as the theory, research and practice of adult and community education.

 

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Download Quest

Our quarterly national magazine

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Quest is Adult Learning Australia’s national magazine available in print or electronic format. Published quarterly, Quest features an informative mix of feature writing, news, analysis and stories from the ground for a national and international audience.

 

Click the image to download the latest Quest. Or you can download past editions by clicking the globe above.

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Contact us

If you need further information

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Email: info@ala.asn.au

Phone: 613 9652 0861

Address: PO Box 298, Flinders Lane, Melbourne VIC 8009

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LLN Community resource website

Language, Literacy and Numeracy Network

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Adult Learning Australia’s Language, literacy and numeracy community website is designed to help support literacy tutors, teachers and administrators operating in community environments.

This website contains LLN assessment resources mapped to the ACSF for ALA members.

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Energy efficiency solutions

Green House Around the Corner

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Do you want your community organisation to be more energy efficient?

 

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