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Education | Learning | Career

Developing skills and improving career pathways

The LLN matrix can be used to report your facilitation activities on the job and can be adapted to suit any context and needs. The matrix provides a systematic way of recording daily work tasks, embedded LLN skills in work tasks and ACSF levels.

Strategy 3: Identify specific LLN skills development needs using a tool like the LLN Matrix

Look for ways that you can link your learning program into the wider workplace. Your program should not be at odds with the training that is occurring in the workplace.

Strategy 4: Plan and implement LLN skills development on the job

Strategy 1: Recognise the development of learning strategies through incidental learning

Incidental learning is learning that takes place without any intent to learn. It is a by-product of another activity. This is how many of the key skills in the learning domain of foundation skills develop.

Strategy 2: Identify LLN skills in job tasks

Language, literacy and numeracy skills are embedded in most tasks we complete in the workplace. Every workplace has its own unique literacy. A key teaching strategy is to identify the specific LLN skills that are needed for each work task. This will enable you to teach these specific skills as they are needed by workers on the job.

Facilitation strategies

The suite of resources includes DVD, Facilitator and Learner Guides and LLN Matrix.

You will be able to download the materials from this website following the release date in October 2014.

If you would like to receive a copy of the DVD, please complete the linked form.

Plan and implement LLN skills development on the job