We are all very sad, here at Adult Learning Support, to have to say goodbye to our amazing tutor, Jeanie Raffills. Jeanie is heading to the North of Auckland where she will be spending time being an awesome mother and grandmother.
Congratulations to Hilary Fenemor (one of our wonderful volunteer tutors) who was awarded her CALT (Certificate of Adult Literacy Tuition).
Welcome aboard Hinengakau Taurerewa our new parenting tutor. She is extensively involved with the Whakatu Marae, the health and community sectors and the wider Nelson community……
The organisers of a Nelson-run dyslexia course are going to present information to Parliament about the needs of adults with the condition. Adult Learning Support (ALS) have run a dyslexia course for adults for the past four years, and have been asked by Adult and Community Education Aotearoa (ACE) to take part in their submission […]
2015 has progressed rapidly and we have been running hard to keep up with it (you’re not getting away from us ya bugger). We continue our efforts to deliver literacy and numeracy in formats that are appealing and reflect our communities’ needs and we have seen a record number of learners this year. The early […]
Today we were delighted to present Judith Oliver with her official CALT (Certificate in Adult Literacy Tutoring) certificate! Fantastic to have you on board as a tutor with us, Judith!
Congratulations from all of us here at ALS Nelson to Marie Lynch – one of our awesome volunteer tutors – in achieving her CALT (Certificate in Adult Literacy Teaching) through Literacy Aotearoa. Well done, Marie!
Jeanie Raffills (left) and Raewyn Lindbom are encouraging people with dyslexia to come forward to seek help. Dyslexia affects 1 in 10 people in Nelson and Tasman, and can make reading-related tasks that would otherwise seem simple very difficult for sufferers. Jeanie Raffills, a tutor at the ALS says the current course will be suited […]