Improve the literacy and numeracy skills of your workforce to increase productivity, compliance, reduce safety incidents and help your business adapt to change.
26TEN communities of people with a common goal of raising adult literacy and numeracy are making a difference.
26TEN is making sure people know where they can go for help, and helps adult literacy and numeracy teachers, tutors and volunteers to provide high quality teaching and learning support.
Too many Tasmanians lack the literacy and numeracy skills they need for life and work. 26TEN is here to change that.
26TEN is for people, businesses, community groups, governments who want to live in a state where all adults have the reading, writing, numeracy and communication skills they need.
48% of Tasmanians do not have the literacy and numeracy skills they need for life in a technologically-rich world.
832 member organisations and supporters have taken action and joined 26TEN.
1333 people have volunteered and completed training to be adult literacy tutors helping people with reading, writing and maths in Tasmania.
Adults who have improved their reading, writing and maths skills find it changes their lives in so many ways, like being able to read to their children, get a driver licence or get work. That's what we're celebrating this October in 26TEN Week.