Workplace literacy is often about people having real problems with language. Employers may be able to identify a clear skills gap between employees’ skills levels and the required performance in their job. For example, sometimes it is possible to see how time saved checking instructions in a meeting equates to significant time savings and an immediate impact on the bottom line of the business.
Workplace literacy training, however, goes further: it’s about equipping people to handle change, take on further responsibility and new challenges at work and in the community. Training can lead to the following benefits for the business:
We have more than thirty years' experience in the business of language skills development with adult learners and experience in a range of sectors. Our key strengths are working with employees who speak English as a Second Language and with people where the stakes are high when it comes to language and literacy.
Contact Nick Moore: +64 9 303 1653
Location: 27 Princes Street, Auckland, New Zealand