26TEN Workshops

​​​26TEN Workshops


We offer a range of free workshops that can be tailored to suit your organisation or community group. We also offer workshops that you can attend at the following dates and venues. 

'Pop-up' workshops to celebrate Plain English Month in May

Improve your emails with a simple plain English tool - take part in one of only two 45 minute workshops with Lea McInerney, in Hobart.

Monday 20 May, RACV/RACT Hobart Apartment Hotel, 154-156 Collins Street, Hobart

Free 26TEN Plain English Workshops 2019

Tuesday 14 May             Devonport Library      12 pm to 3.30 pm Register on Eventbrite Now

Tuesday 14 May             Kingston Library         9.30 am to 1 pm Register on Eventbrite Now

Monday 1 July                Smithton Library        9 am to 12.30 pm

Tuesday 6 August           Glenorchy Library      9.30 am to 1 pm

Wednesday 23 October    Georgetown Library   9.30 am to 1 pm

Thursday 24 October        Rosny Library            9.30 am to 1 pm

To register or for more information email@26ten.tas.gov.au

Plain English Workshop –  3.5 hours skills based

Information that isn’t presented clearly creates confusion and can lead to misunderstandings, missed opportunities and mistakes. Learn how to make information easier to understand in this practical plain English workshop. Practise writing and presenting information clearly using your own documents. Participants receive a copy of Communicate Clearly: A Guide to Plain English.

Writing Student Reports in Plain English – 2 hours

A workshop for teachers who write school reports and those who are responsible for proof-reading and approving student reports.
Make sure parents and carers understand the content of your school reports. Learn quick tips about how to structure information and language for use in school reports.

26TEN Adult Literacy Awareness Workshop – 1 hour

Almost one in two Tasmanian adults has difficulty with everyday literacy tasks such as filling in forms, paying bills, following instructions and reading to their children. This workshop explains the impact of low literacy on individuals and on the Tasmanian community. Participants also learn the many causes of low literacy and numeracy in the community and what can be done to help people improve their skills.

The Adult Literacy Awareness Workshop will help you find out more about:

  • The extent of the issue in Tasmania
  • The impact of low levels of literacy
  • What is being done to support adult literacy
  • What you and your organisation can do to help.

  

26TEN Call to action – 15 minute presentation

Too many Tasmanian’s aren’t reaching their full potential. Some of us are held back because our skills in reading, writing, numeracy and oral communication aren’t good enough for the demands of daily life and work in the modern world.  This 15 minute session raises awareness and introduces your organisation or community group to the ways you can get involved.

 

 

Workshops for literacy practitioners

There are great opportunities throughout the year for professional development of literacy practitioners, including volunteer tutors. These workshops are advertised on our website or you can contact us for a list of the upcoming sessions.

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