26TEN Interviews with Print Radio Tasmania



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Interview with Sue Costello State Manager of 26TEN - Speaking about 26TEN Communities

In this second interview between Neil Broomfield and Sue Costello, this one discusses 26TEN's progress over the past five years and the program's objectives for the next five. 

Total listening time: 17min 31sec




Interview with Dr. Judith Watson Coalition Member
 
Join Neil Broomfield from Print Radio Tasmania and Dr. Judith Watson from 26TEN. In this episode they discuss in detail some of the different 26TEN programs focusing on Health Literacy. 
Total listening time: 13min 44sec




Interview with Andrew Badcock from The Link, Youth Health Service

This episode is all about the connections between The Link and the 26TEN Program. Join Neil Broomfield and Andrew Badcock as they discuss situations faced by Tasmanian youth having difficulties with literacy and numeracy in their everyday lives and how 26TEN can benefit them.

Total listening time: 14min 41sec




 
Interview with Allyson Ekin, an Adult Literacy Co-ordinator for students and tutors

Allyson explains to Neil Broomfield the role of Libraries Tasmania and her role as an Adult Literacy Co-ordinator to encourage and help both students and tutors in the 26TEN program.

Total listening time: 14min 38sec




Interview with Sue Costello, the State Manager of the 26TEN program.

Join Neil Broomfield from Print Radio Tasmania and Sue Costello, from the literacy and numeracy education initiative collectively known as 26TEN, as they discuss the ambitious ten-year strategy to improve adult literacy and numeracy in Tasmania. Neil and Sue start the ball rolling by exploring 26TEN, its initiatives and strategies, along with its potential overall impact on the future Tasmanian community. 

Total listening time: 17min 6sec




Interview with Allison Mitchell State Services Coordinator of 26TEN

Join Neil Broomfield from Print Radio Tasmania and Alison Mitchell from 26TEN in a discussion about celebrating ‘26TEN Week’. They raise the many different issues faced by people who are deficient in literacy and numeracy, the ways in which 26TEN can help them. They also discuss the achievements of 26TEN to date, in implementing their programs. 

Total listening time: 17min 38sec

 Interview with Allison Mitchell


Interview with Richard Warner AM Coalition Member - Speaking about 26TEN Communities

This intriguing discussion between Neil Broomfield and Mr Richard Warner AM covers the increasing need for better literacy and numeracy in the agricultural work arena. Witness to that are the ever more complex instructions for mixing chemicals and operating highly advanced machinery to name but just two examples.

Total listening time: 18min 03sec
Richard Warner AM Print Radio interview for 26TEN