$2 M fund to boost reading, writing and numeracy skills for adults.
The Workplace, English, Language and Literacy (WELL) Resource Projects (‘the Program’) is administered by the Department of Industry, Innovation,
Climate Change, Science, Research and Tertiary Education (DIICCSRTE) and contributes to increased productivity, communication and occupational health and safety outcomes for workplaces; and improved job security and career prospects for workers. WELL funding is granted on a merit basis having regard for value for money and is regarded as ‘seed’ funding. Funding is available for three types of projects – Resource projects, Strategic projects and Training projects.
The Workplace, English, Language and Literacy (WELL) Resource Projects aims to:
- assist existing employees to undertake training essential to retaining their employment and progressing in the workplace by integrating LLN training (including information and communications technology) with accredited vocational training delivered in the workplace;
- assist Indigenous Employment Program participants who require s language, literacy and numeracy training;
- assist employers to see the value of s language, literacy and numeracy training in achieving business and workplace training goals; and
- support resource development and strategic activities that improve the uptake of s language, literacy and numeracy training within and between industries.
Australian Government funding for Workplace, English, Language and Literacy(WELL Resource Projects is available for the development and trialling of:
- training materials designed to enhance language, literacy and numeracy skills that are aligned with nationally endorsed Training Packages;
- industry relevant language, literacy and numeracy assessment and reporting methods; and
- language, literacy and numeracy professional development resources for industry trainers/assessors aligned with Training Packages.
The following groups may apply for WELL Resource and Strategic Project funding:
- Enterprises (including government business enterprises)
- Australian Government agencies and state/territory government departments and agencies
- Representative bodies (Industry Skills Councils, employer organisations and trade unions)
- Registered Training Organisations
$2 M fund to boost reading, writing and numeracy skills for adults is available for the Workplace, English, Language and Literacy (WELL) Resource Projects
Application for the Workplace, English, Language and Literacy (WELL) Resource Projects closes Monday 6 May 2013.
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