You can teach literacy and numeracy!
Do you want to improve the reading, writing and numeracy skills of your students? Do you want to learn how to pass on these valuable skills to adults? This course will give you the skillset to embed literacy and numeracy training into a vocational or workplace programme.
You can study fees-free
From 1 January 2018, tertiary education will be fees-free for eligible first-time tertiary students on programmes level 3 and above. You may be eligible to study this course fee-free. Find out if you’re eligible for free study.
Benefits to you
Learn how to identify ability
Learn the strategies to identify ability in reading, writing and numeracy through assessment
Learn how to teach these skills
Design and implement strategies to improve learner reading, writing and numeracy skills
To study this course, you must first complete the pre-requisite course, Learner Centred Practice.
- Level: 5
- Credit: 20
- Course fee: $780 (domestic students). Includes GST.
- Duration: 14 weeks
- Indicative hours per week: 14
- EFTS: 0.166
How long will it take?
This course is delivered over 14 weeks. NZQA guidelines suggest up to 200 hours of total study time for a 20 credit course. So to complete this course successfully in the 14 weeks you must be prepared to devote approximately 14 hours per week to your study. Depending on your previous academic online experience and course level this may vary to a certain degree.
If you want to study as a full-time student you can enrol on more than one course at a time. Please speak to one of our enrolment coordinators for more information on 0800 328 269 or refer to https://www.studylink.govt.nz/about-studylink/glossary/full-time-definition.html
If you wish to study the Embedding Literacy and Numeracy course you will need to have access to a group of at least 2 learners in order to complete your course activities and required assessments. If you do not have access to a group of students, you will be unable to successfully complete the course.
You must be working with learners in a post‐secondary environment and must meet the requirements of the Vulnerable Children Act 2014.
TANZ eCampus is offered by seven of New Zealand’s major tertiary providers including:
All qualifications will be awarded by one of these providers. Courses completed through TANZ eCampus are industry recognised and accepted by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA). Graduates may attend the graduation ceremony of the relevant tertiary partner and will receive a parchment from the institute at which they enrolled.