Rachel Bulliff from the Department of Corrections wins International Literacy Day Award


rachel-bulliff-06092013We are also extremely pleased to hear that Rachel Bulliff from the Department of Corrections has won the 2013 International Literacy Day Award from the National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults based at the University of Waikato.

ALEC has been fortunate to have been working with Rachel and her team since around 2010 to deliver the National Certificate in Adult Literacy and Numeracy Education (Vocational/Workplace).

This qualification, the NCALNE (Voc), has helped nearly one hundred trades instructors and others involved in training to embed specific literacy and numeracy skills into education programmes inside the wire, and more recently with Community Probations offenders.

Well done Rachel…! You deserve it.

You can read more about Rachel and the award here.

 

2 thoughts on “Rachel Bulliff from the Department of Corrections wins International Literacy Day Award

  1. A well deserved award for Rachel Buliff – a one-woman dynamo. I heard her speak, with the Corrections Department tutors at the recent Hamilton Symposium at NCLNA. Please pass on my congratulations to her.

    Elizabeth Kernohan ex- Unitec

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