Since 2004, WIE have been running successful Adult ESOL Literacy and Literacy  programmes.  These programmes are designed for those learners that have little or no English Literacy skills, so they are able to live day to day in an English speaking country

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Strategy for Adult ESOL

The Adult English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Strategy has been developed to co-ordinate the government’s approach to adult ESOL in New Zealand.

The Strategy articulates what is needed for effective adult ESOL provision that matches learner needs. The key elements which make up the Strategy are: better co-ordination and collaboration, enhanced access and affordability, expanding provision and increasing quality, and ensuring the diversity of learner needs are matched with appropriate provision.

The Strategy includes a vision, and some principles and targets, which are first steps towards the goal of all New Zealand residents from non-English speaking backgrounds participating in all aspects of life in New Zealand.

If you would like a printed version of the Strategy, please send a query using the link at the top of the page.

The Strategy has involved an extensive consultation process. In August 2002, the government released the consultation document, Towards a Strategy for Adult ESOL provision in New Zealand, which highlighted issues concerning current provision, suggested a vision and proposed some ideas around what would be needed in a strategy. You can access this document with the link below.

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