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Latest news

Release of the Foundation Skills Assessment Tool

On 12 September 2016, the Department of Education and Training launched the Foundation Skills Assessment Tool (FSAT). FSAT is a free, interactive online tool designed to identify and measure an individual’s foundation skill levels (English language, literacy and numeracy skills

Healthy cooking class serves up fun

Food rescue charity OzHarvest is running an education program for people on low incomes to learn about cooking healthy food on a budget. At Adelaide’s Hackham West Community Centre a group of 15 people peel carrots, chop onions and boil

Upcoming forum: Community based adult learning, health and wellbeing

Adult Learning Australia is committed to equitable lifelong and lifewide learning. This is a central aspect of the adult and community education (ACE) sector’s role in supporting the Australian community. Recent reforms in mental health emphasise ‘person-centred approaches and choices’.

Getting of wisdom – Learning in later life

International Exchange and Conferences (12–18 Feb 2017) A unique collaboration between researchers in Europe, Australia & New Zealand The one week Exchange (12–18 Feb 2017), including three one day conferences, is a unique collaboration between the Education and Learning by

New ALA policy on mental health

Adult Learning Australia’s (ALA) commitment to equitable lifelong and lifewide learning is a central aspect of the adult and community education (ACE) sector’s role in supporting the Australian community. Recent reforms in mental health emphasise ‘person-centred approaches and choices’. ALA

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