The workshop will be an opportunity to learn more about supporting learners and their learning goals. The workshop will explore the application of ACE Learner Pathways, ACE Place and ACE Trace (learner outcomes) tools, share what you are doing, learn from others, and identify ways to develop new capabilities within your own organisation.
9 November, 10am - 2pm
Click here to register online. The workshop is fully funded by the Tertiary Education Commission so there is no cost for you to attend. Lunch will be provided.
About the tools
- ACE learner pathways support learners to access quality information and make good choices on their lifelong learning journey, leading to a better future for them, their families and communities.
- ACE Place is an online tool that helps adult learners work out what they want to achieve and learn, and how to get there. It connects learners with providers.
- ACE Trace is a web-based outcomes tool that uses learner surveys to measure, or ‘trace’ whether a provider is making a positive difference in learner's lives and achieving its objectives.
About the facilitators
Analiese Robertson is the Professional Development and Networks Manager for ACE Aotearoa. She has a background in adult literacy, tutor training, and adult education. Analiese led the development of the professional development tools – practitioner (teaching) standards and the learner pathways for the ACE sector.
Carl Pascoe is the Outcomes Project Manager, and has a background in Results Based Assessment (RBA). Carl has 30 years experience in educational, community, business management and consultancy roles within a wide range of organisations at both local and national levels.
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