Resources

Research completed for Adult and Community Education (ACE) Aotearoa by Fleur Chauvel, Independent Researcher and Evaluator (2019).

Adult and Community Education (ACE) Aotearoa has commissioned this environmental scan to provide a snapshot of the scale, scope and impact of ACE in Aotearoa, and to understand ACE capability and capacity.

ACE Aotearoa Annual Report 2019 Cover

04 Co‑chairs’ Overview
06 Director’s Report
07 Sustainable ACE – Our People Our Stories
11 Key Statement of Intent Deliverables 2019
18 ACE Learning in the Community
19 ACE Sector Strategic Alliance
19 ACE Sector Capability Steering Group
20 Professional Development
23 Festival of Adult Learning Ahurei Ākonga
24 International Activities
28 ACE Place and ACE Outcomes Tool
30 Our Stories Annual Awards Recipients 2019
33 Consolidated Performance Report

  • Co-chair's Overview
  • Director's Report
  • Sustainable ACE - Our People, Our Stories
  • Report against ACE Aotearoa Statement of Intent 2018
  • ACE Learning in the Community
  • ACE Sector Strategic Alliance
  • ACE Sector Capability Steering Group
  • Professional Development
  • Festival of Adult Learning Ahurei Ākonga
  • International Activities
  • ACE Place and ACE Outcomes Tool
  • Our Stories - Annual Awards Recipients 2018
  • Consolidated Performance Report

This is the ACE Conference 2019 workshop presentation delivered by Jennifer Bateson and Cornelia Baumgartner.

Jennifer is the General Manager of the Nelson Pasifika Community Trust, a trust owned by the Pasifika communities of the Nelson and Tasman Regions. A New Zealand born Tuvaluan/Palagi, with her family based in Fiji, Jennifer has had a lifetime of trying to balance multiple cultures. She holds a BCom and has a background in community development.

In her workshop, Jennifer and colleague, Cornelia Baumgartner will share their experiences of working with the Tongan and Samoan communities in Nelson, where they have shaped an existing mainstream programme into a culturally appropriate and community owned one. Participants will be invited to apply the Inside/Outside Model of Engagement to situations they have encountered within ACE.