Upskilling Partnership Programme - Evaluation Report (2010)

This program, which ran from 2006 to 2009, was an initiative of New Zealand’s Department of Labour in collaboration with partner agencies.

It was designed in response to the large numbers of working-age adults without the language, literacy, and numeracy skills needed to hold on to a job and participate fully in society. Although poor basic skills hinder productivity, very few employers in New Zealand offer workplace training to improve those skills.

The program was developed to increase the engagement of employers in workplace literacy programs and to evaluate the impact of these programs.

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