This Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) Assessment is conducted by The Australian YMCA Institute of Education and Training in order  to identify any additional support needs as well as to enable an informed decision regarding your Training Plan.

This quiz has been developed with the assistance of Industry and Registered Training Organisations based on the needs and requirements of the industry sector. 

Whilst all candidates will develop new LLN skills that are specific to their chosen vocation, some candidates may be identified as requiring additional support in these areas. This support may be provided through extra tuition, modified assessment requirements, or provision of alternate training materials which are appropriate for the communication skills of the participant.

A small percentage of applicants may not have a sufficient level of LLN skills to succeed in this level of training (Australian Quality Framework Level 3) and may be referred to alternative vocational training.

This Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) Assessment is conducted by The Australian YMCA Institute of Education and Training in order  to identify any additional support needs as well as to enable an informed decision regarding your Training Plan.

 

This quiz has been developed with the assistance of Industry and Registered Training Organisations based on the needs and requirements of the industry sector.

 

Whilst all candidates will develop new LLN skills that are specific to their chosen vocation, some candidates may be identified as requiring additional support in these areas. This support may be provided through extra tuition, modified assessment requirements, or provision of alternate training materials which are appropriate for the communication skills of the participant.

 

A small percentage of applicants may not have a sufficient level of LLN skills to succeed in this level of training (Australian Quality Framework Level 3) and may be referred to alternative vocational training.

Study Skills support provides help and advice for students on:

  • Time management
  • Understanding your learning style
  • Reading skills
  • Mind maps, Note taking and Summary writing
  • Formal and Report writing; and 
  • Research skills.

How does a person figure out who they are and what they want to do with their life? How does anyone ever narrow the hundreds of jobs available down to just the one they would like to go for?

This course will help you learn more about yourself so that you can work out the types of work you're most likely to be successful in, and the kinds of jobs that would be rewarding to you and fit into your life the best.