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Doing Well with WELL Resources

January 2013

Find more information at
www.innovation.gov.au/literacynet



Doing

well

with

WELL
Resources

Welcome to the latest edition of
Doing well with WELL Resources
.
This publication provides updates on recently
completed Workplace English
Language
and Literacy (WELL) Program resources.

Automotive

Certificate III in
Automotive Mechanical Technology

This resource provides
language, literacy and num
eracy (
LLN
)

assistance to first year automotive apprentices,
through an electronic version

of a student booklet, PowerPoint slide show, trainers’ guide and assessment tools t
o
support the development of teaching and learning resources for five units in the AUR30405 Certificate III in
Automotive Mechanical Technology.

Further information can be obtained by contacting:

Kangan Batman Institute of TAFE

Pearcedale Parade

Broadmead
ows VIC
3047

Ph:


(03) 9094

3036

Fax:


(03) 9375

2627

Websi
te:

http://www.aesharenet.com.au


Cost
: Free of charge

and it

can be
accessed

at

the above website

Agriculture and Food

Agriculture, Horticulture and
Natural Resource
Management

Steps to Safe Spraying

This Resource supports the development of

LLN skills related to selected units of competency in the AHC10
Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land Management Training Package. The resource consi
sts of
three parts:

Interactive resource CD or online (see the website)
;
Teacher Guide
; and
Learner Workbook
.

Further information can be obtained by contacting:

TAFE NSW Access and General Education Curriculum Centre

Level 1, The Muse, Building C

Harris St
reet

Ultimo NSW 2007

Ph:

(02) 9217 4293

Fax:

(02) 9217 3918

Website:
http://www.siandvatafe.nsw.edu.au/resources/downloadable
-
resources
-
list/


Cost
:

Free of charge and
it

can be
accessed

at

the above website.

Using Chemicals Safely for Market Gardeners

This resource comprises a manual and CD designed to assist market gardeners to learn workplace English and
support face
-
to
-
face training for Vietnamese
and Cambodian people undertaking chemical accreditation.
This
resource is mapped to units of competency from the
Conservation and Land
M
anagement
T
raining
P
ackage

(RTD02)
and includes the manual, CD, glossary and participant assessment documents
.


Doing Well with WELL Resources

January 2013

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Further i
nformation can be obtained by contacting:

Smith & Georg Training and Consulting

Lot 4, 9 Quinns Road

Forreston SA 5233

Phone: 1800 991 985

Email:
dave@smithandgeorg.com.au


Web:
http://www.smithandgeorg.com.au/


Cost
:

$16.50
CD only with re
source Using Chemicals Safely

$44.00
Printed folder cont
aining Using Chemicals Safely

$55.00
CD and printed

folder Using Chemicals Safely

Seafood
Industry

Seafood Training: The First Steps

This Resource is a computer
-
based learning resource for workers undertaking accredited training in the
Australian Seafood Industry. The resource consists of over 1100 Adobe Flash software files with associated aud
io
and video files contained within a Gaia framework that provides navigation between files. The Resource is
provided on the internet and is also available as a download and on a DVD.

Further information can be obtained by contacting
:

Seafood Training
Tasmania

2a Gladstone Street

Battery Point TAS

7014

Ph:

(03) 6233 6442

Fax:

(03) 6223 2780

Email:

stt@seafoodtrainingtas.com.au


Website:

www.seafoodt
rainingtas.com.au


Cost
:

$25.00 (GST inc)

Meat

Industry

Core
-
Units Certificate II in Meat Processing (Abattoirs)

This resource is a CD consisting of seven files about meat industry training. The resource takes the form of
Learner’s workbooks and a
Facilitator’s guide in support of six units of competency in the Certificate II in Meat
Processing (Abattoirs) from the Australian Meat Industry Training Package

(MTM07)
. All files are provided in both
Microsoft Word and Adobe Acrobat PDF formats.

Further
information can be obtained by contacting:

MINTRAC

Suite 2, 150 Victoria Road

Drummoyne NSW 2047

Toll Free: 1800 817 462

Ph:

(02) 9819 6699

Fax: (02) 9819 6099

Email:

mintrac@mintrac.com.au

We
bsite:
http://www.mintrac.net.au

Cost
:
Free of charge with a minimal charge for handling and postage


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January 2013

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The
Chopping Board

-

a LLN resource for apprentice butchers

This resource consists of a suite of three CDs designed to

support the development of LLN skills that are required
to operate as a trade butcher. It is aligned with units of competency from Certificat
es I, II and III of the Australian
Meat Industry Training Package

(MTM07)
.

Further information can be obtained by contacting:

MINTRAC

Suite 2, 150 Victoria Road

Drummoyne NSW 2047

Toll Free: 1800 817 462

Ph:

(02) 9819 6699

Fax:

(02) 9819 6099

Email:


mintrac@mintrac.com.au

Website:
http://www.mintrac.net.au

Co
st
:
Free of charge with a minimal charge for handling and postage

Community
Services

and Health

Community

and

Aged

Care

Understanding Ageing

‘Understanding Ageing’ will assist workers with LLN difficulties as it gives a visual and oral introduction to the
concepts and language of human ageing, and shows how to communicate effectively with older people.

Further information can be obtained by co
ntacting:


Ideas That Work

7 Murray St

Prahran VIC 3181

Ph:

(03 9525 1407

Fax:

(03) 9525 1424

Email:

info@ideasthatwork.com.au


Website:
www.ideasthatwork.co
m.au

Cost:


$135.00

(GST inc)

Assisting with personal hygiene & grooming

The resource consists of a DVD and Facilitator’s Guide to support the delivery of units of competency from the
CHC08 Community Services Training Package. The DVD takes a holistic appr
oach to the concepts relating to
personal hygiene and grooming included in these units of competency and provides learners with an overview of
these concepts. There is also an Indigenous Australian focus for one section of the DVD and the Facilitator’s
Gui
de, so as to address specific
LLN
needs of Indigenous learners and to enhance learners’ understanding of the
complexities and particular considerations for working with Indigenous communities.

Further information can be obtained by contacting:

Aspire
Learning Resources

Level 8 409 St Kilda Rd

Melbourne

VIC
3004

Ph

1300 134 099

Website
http://www.aspirelearningresources.com.au


Cost:


$49.95 for DVD Demonstrations/interviews re personal hygiene; and
f
ree for CD Facil
itator’s Guide to
accompany DVD



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January 2013

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Personal Care Support in Disability Services

This resource is aligned with the Certificate III in Disability Work, and demonstrates best pra
ctice for support
workers whose job involves supporting people with a disability. The resource consists of a DVD of five video
vignettes, a Facilitators Guide and Student Worksheets. The vignettes are designed to be used in conjunction
with the documents w
hich contain activities, transcripts of the vignettes and a glossary for extra language and
literacy support.

Further information can be obtained by contacting:

LitCom
T
raining Service

Ph:

(08) 9341 5011

Email:


public@litcomtraining.com


Website:
www.litcomtraining.com

Cost:


$
66
.00 (GST Inc)

Construction

Estimating and Tendering for Building Projects

This Resource will assist builders, estimators, trade
contractors and managers in small to medium sized domestic
building businesses. It provides some of the communication and numeracy skills they need in estimating and
tendering, particularly in the areas of: (a) relevant workplace terminology; (b) the funda
mentals of calculations and
working with formulas; and (c) telephone and business writing skills.


Property Services

Further information can be obtained by contacting:

Ideas That Work

7 Murray St

Prahran VIC 3181

Ph:

(03 9525 1407

Fax:

(03) 9525 1424

Email
:

info@ideasthatwork.com.au


Website:
www.ideasthatwork.com.au


T
he resource is also available for purchase at:

HIA Victoria Bookshop, 70 Jolimont Street, Jol
imont VIC 3002.

Cost:


$135.00 (GST Inc
)

Safe Cleaning Matters: Safe Work Practices for Cleaners

This Resource, which is aligned with the Property Services Training Package, includes a DVD, Training Manual
for learners and Trainer Notes. Together they can
be used to support induction training for commercial cleaners,
or refresher training for a specific health or safety issue.

Further information can be obtained by contacting:

Workplace Skills Unit


H08

Swinburne University of Technology TAFE

PO Box 218

H
awthorn
VIC 3122

Ph:

(03) 9214 5709

Website:


http://www.tafe.swinburne.edu.au/cvp/WELL.htm


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January 2013

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Cost:
$85 (GST inc)

Electrotechnology


Remote Power and Water: Essential Service Training for
Aboriginal Communities

This resource targets Indigenous trainees completing UEE21307 Certificate II in Remote Area Essential Service
in the Electro
-
technology industry. It comprises a CD and Trainer’s Guide which is designed to assist trainees to
strengthe
n their
LLN

skills so they can gain and maintain employment and training. It is aligned with units from the
UEE07 Version 3 Electro
-
technology and
NWP07
Water Training Packages.

Further information can be obtained by contacting:

Kimberley College of TAFE

6
8 Cable Beach Road

Broome WA 6725

Ph:

(08) 9192

9100

Email:
cath.ralston@kimtafe.wa.edu.au


Cost:


Free of charge

Forestry

Forest Harvesting Learning Guide: Conduct Skidder Operations

This resource is

a comprehensive learning tool and training resource for existing and potential forest plant
operators and drivers. It has been designed for new and existing employees of the forest industry, and those
interested in a career in this industry to work throug
h at their own pace.

The resource provides an overview of the
forest industry in Australia, facts on forest plantations, an insight to forest operations and further resources. It
covers key safety considerations when operating forest machines in everyday forestry tasks, as o
utlined in the
FPI05 Forest and Forest Products Training Package


Harvesting and Haulage Sector.

Further information can be obtained by contacting:

Logging Investigation and Training Association (LITA)

PO Box 9172

Mount Gambier SA 5290

Ph:

(08) 8735 1474

Email:

lita@seol.net.au

Website: The resource can be accessed at
http://www.lita.org.au/

Cost:
Free of charge

Forest Harvesting Learning Guide: OH&S and Environmental
Care Learner Guide

This Resource is a compreh
ensive learning tool and training resource for existing and potential forest plant
operators, drivers and personnel. It targets the occupational health and environmental aspects of forest
management operations and harvesting. The Resource is a web
-
based ap
plication that can be easily sourced by
students isolated from formal training facilities.

Further informatio
n can be obtained by contacting:

Logging Investigation and Training Association (LITA)

PO Box 9172

Mount Gambier SA 5290


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Ph:

(08) 8735 1474

Email:

lita@seol.net.au


Website:

The resource can be accessed at

http://www.lita.org.au/


Cost:

Free of charge



Chainsaw operation

-

beginner to advanced

The resource

is an interactive CD learning resource. It is specifically tailored to the needs of workers with poor
literacy skills, but is generally suitable for all operators undertaking the theory component of a chainsaw training
course. The content material is alig
ned to six competencies from the Forest and Forest Products Training
Package (FPI11) and two competencies from the Agriculture, Horticulture and Conservation and Land
Management Training Package (AHC10).

Further information

can be obtained by contacting:

W
orkspace Training

PO Box 1954

Strawberry Hill NSW 2012

Ph:

(
02
)

4573 6969

Email:

david@workspacetraining.com.au


Web:

www.workspacetraining.c
om.au


Cost:

$66.00 including GST and postage

Government


Local Government Outside Worker Training Resource

The r
esource provides material to support delivery of the seven core units in the LGA2024 Certificate II
-

Local
Government (Operational Works). T
he Assessment Record is for practical demonstration in simulated or
workplace situations, and can also be used for assessment of current competencies.
This resource can be used
for teaching or for self
-
paced learning.

Further information can be obtained b
y contacting:

Challenger Institute of Technology

1 Fleet Street

Freemantle WA 6160

Ph:

08 9239 8200

Email:

doug.thompson@challenger.wa.edu.au

Cost:

The Resource can be downloaded with no cost at
http://councilworker.com.au/LGOutsideWorker_TrainingResource.pdf

Indigenous Community Pathways
-
Certificate II in Government

The resource comprises of a training guide and assess
ment guide, addressing the ACSF levels required to attain
the Certificate II in Government. Each unit of competency is supported by self
-
paced, self
-
directed or teacher
directed activities that reflect the demands of ACSF levels 1
-
3 within the performance
requirements of each
element
.

Further information can be obtained by contacting:

MW Training Consultants

1/137 Sutton St

Redcliffe QLD 4020

Ph:

(07) 3283 3311

Fax:

(07) 3283 3322


Doing Well with WELL Resources

January 2013

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Email:

mwtrain@bigpond.com

Website:
http://www.mwtrain.com.au/




Cost:

$120 (GST inc)

Manufacturing

Implement and Monitor environmentally Sustainable Work
Practices

This r
esource is targeted at individuals working, or
aiming to work, at the team leader or supervisor level in a
manufacturing enterprise and who will have some responsibility for the environmental sustainability of the
enterprise. It supports ‘Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices
’ (MSAENV472B). The
resource also includes the Trainers’ Guide and a Support Material Toolkit provided as Word and PDF documents
on a CD.

Further information can be obtained by contacting:

Ideas That Work

7 Murray St

Prahran VIC 3181

Ph:

(03 9525 1407

Fax:

(03) 9525 1424

Email:

info@ideasthatwork.com.au


Website:
www.ideasthatwork.com.au


Cost:


$135

(GST inc)

Environmental Sustainability in Manufacturing

This
r
esource consists of a DVD and CD
.
The DVD demonstrates the importance of simple concepts like
greenhouse gases, global warming, climate change, our carbon footprint, renewable and non
-
renewable
resources, over consumption and the 5Rs (refuse, reduce, reus
e, repair and recycle).

Further information can be obtained by contacting:

Ideas That Work

7 Murray St

Prahran VIC 3181

Ph:

(03 9525 1407

Fax:

(03) 9525 1424

Email:

info@ideasthatwork.com.au


Website:
www.ideasthatwork.com.au


Cost:

$135 (GST inc)

Kitchen and bathroom Cabinetmaking

The 'Kitchen and bathroom cabinetmaking' resource provides a suite of resources for learners undertaking the
Certificate III in
Cabinetmaking (Kitchens and Bathrooms) LMF32109. It contains learning materials, self
-
check
exercises and assignments to support 11 units of competency from this trade course, including the seven
specialist 'kitchen and bathr
oom' units. The resource will
h
elp learners to acquire the underpinning knowledge
needed to satisfy the theoretical components of these cabinetmaking units.

Further information can be obtained at:

Website:
http://www.kbcabinetmaking.com
.au


Cost:


The website is free for learners and trainers to access. Hard copies of the learner and trainer guides, or
the entire resource on a CD can be purchased for $39.50
.



Doing Well with WELL Resources

January 2013

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Resources

and Mining

Working in the Resources Industry

(WITRI)

‘Working i
n

t
he Resources Industry' is an online interactive training program designed to improve employment
prospects for migrant jobseekers looking to enter the resources industry. WITRI is a free
-
to
-
access resource for
learners looking to learn more about the indus
try, before seeking employment or embarking on further study. This
training program has been designed to address the needs of skilled migrants looking to be employed in the
industry.

Further information can be obtained by contacting:

Balicmedia Pty Ltd (
t/a ETRAIN Consulting)

602 / 147 Pirie St

Adelaide SA 5000

Ph: (08) 8121 560

Website:
www.e
-
train.com.au

Cost:

The resource is located at
www.witri.com.au

and is fr
ee to access for learners
.

Retail

The Bottom Line


Retail Budgets and Reports

‘The Bottom Line’ is a learning resource which consists of a DVD and a CD. This Resource is designed to assist
retail employees to manage the LLN requirements as they progress

into management roles at an Australian
Qualifications Framework level IV. It aligns with certain units from the SIR07 Retail Services Training Package, in
particular SIRXHRM001A administer human resources policy and SIRXFIN004A manage financial resources.

Further information can be obtained by contacting:

First Impressions Resources

Level 4, 243 Edward Street

BRISBANE QLD
4000

Ph:

(07) 3236 3322

Fax:

(07) 3235 4022

Website:
http://www.fir.edu.au

Cost
:
$38.50 (GST
inc)

Cross
-
Industry

Can I help you?


Effective communication for CALD workers in
customer service

‘Can I help you?’ is a learning resource which consists of a DVD, CD and a Trainer Guide package. It will assist
Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD)

workers completing units of competency from the Hospitality,
Business and Retail Training Packages to develop their customer service skills. It focuses specifically on the
cultural knowledge needs and workplace communication difficulties encountered by th
e target group.

Further information can be obtained by contacting:

AMES

Sales and Publications Officer

Level 4, 1 Little Collins Street

Melbourne VIC 3000


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Ph:

(03) 9926 4694

Email:

publications@ames.net.au

Website:

http://www.ames.net.au/

Cost:


$
35
.00 (GST i
nc)

On Track

This resource supports Aboriginal and Torres Strait
I
slander mentors to support mentees in training programs or
employment
activities. T
his interactive DVD

comprises film, stories from experienced mentors, written information
and reflective practice activities. It may be used by individuals as a self
-
paced learning tool, or by trainers to
initiate discussions and application of knowledge a
nd skills.

Further information can be obtained by contacting:

The Learning Workshop

Pty Ltd

Shop 12 The Conservatory 12 Lake Street

Cairns QLD 4870

Ph:

(07) 4041 0299

Fax:

(07) 4041 6820

Email
:

sue@thelearningworkshop.com.au


Website:
http://www.thelearningworkshop.com.au


Cost:


$120 (GST inc)

Education

and Professional Development

What Works: Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) in Trainin
g
and Assessment

‘What Works’ is a LLN training and profess
ional development resource. The
resource consists of nine LLN video
segments that are available
to view online. The video segments are also available
as a DVD
.

Further information can be obtained
by contacting:

Ideas That Work

7 Murray St

Prahran VIC 3181

Ph:

(03 9525 1407

Fax:

(03) 9525 1424

Email:

info@ideasthatwork.com.au


Website:
www.ideasthatwork.com.au

Cost:


$65 (GST inc)

after the first free 100 copies

of the DVD

are distributed,
or download for free at the above
website

Not Your Usual Practice

This project addresses the LLN needs of the industry by building a strategy to incr
ease promotion and recruitment
of WELL practitioners from a wider resource base than is currently happening. By including major stakeholders
such as Industry Skill Councils, public and private training organisations, this project model
s

a process of
cooper
ative training and skill sharing
.

Further information can be obtained by contacting:

Fiveways Training Support

36 Kennedy Street

East Bentleigh VIC 3165

Ph:

(03) 9570

2988


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Fax:

(03)
9899

1894

Email:
rapell@vicn
et.net.au

Cost:


$33

(GST inc)

Getting Ready Bridging Course into TAE40110

This resource targets support workers in the construction and mining industries with emphasis on health and
education sectors. It is

an upgrade of the “Learning Together Resource
Kit for Aboriginal Facilitators” and has
been

extended
to be used as a bridging course into the Certificate IV for both Aboriginal and non
-
Aboriginal
trainers. The resource is aligned with all units of the Training Package TAE40110
-

Training and Assessmen
t
Certificate
IV;

and inclusive of strategies for developing and improving the language, literacy and/or numeracy
skills of the target group.

Further information can be obtained by contacting:

TwoWay Talk Pty Limited

89 Jugiong Road

C
ootamundra

NSW 2590

Ph:

(02) 6942

3564

Fax:

(02) 6942

3563

Email:

margaret@twowaytalk.com.au

Cost:


$165.00 Getting Ready Learners' Manual Booklet


$165.00 Getting Ready Facilitator's Guide Booklet




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About the WELL Progr
am

The WELL Program is funded by the Australian Government and is available for: training, resource development
and strategic projects.

WELL training aims to assist organisations to train workers in English LLN skills.

Projects should target workers
who

need to improve their LLN skills in order to remain or progress in employment (including avoiding
displacement) and address participants’ employment and training needs. It also targets Indigenous Employment
Program participants who show a demonstrated nee
d for LLN training and may be either employed or
unemployed.

Applications for WELL training grants may be submitted at any time during the year. Further information can be
found at
www.innovation.gov.au/
well


Funding for WELL Resources is available for the development and trialling of:



training materials designed to enhance LLN skills that are aligned with endorsed Training Packages;



industry relevant LLN assessment and reporting methods; and



professiona
l development resources for industry trainers/assessors aligned with Training Packages.

WELL funding is also available for strategic activities that develop and trial nationally applicable models and
strategies to integrate LLN in workplace training consis
tent with the Australian Quality Training Framework,
preferably with a cross
-
industry focus. These activities may include the development and trialling of industry
relevant LLN assessment and reporting methods.

Applications for resource and strategic proj
ects are considered for funding once a year (normally
February/March). Refer to the WELL website (
www.innovation.gov.au/well
)

for exact dates.

Please Note:
Following the Machinery of Government changes of December 2011, the functions of higher
education,
vocational education and training and international education, and the staff working in this cluster,
were transferred to the Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education
(Innovation). This included the policy and programs
of the Adult Literacy Policy Section, all our phone numbers
have been changed.

The new hotline for the WELL resource

and
strategic

projects

is
1300 303 544
.
All enquiries should be direct
ed to
this number.

The email address for the Adult Literacy mailbox has also been affected by this change. The new email address is
adultliteracy@innovation.gov.au
.