Australian Core Skills Framework

ACSF Resources and Workshops

ACSF Defining and Measuring

The ACSF provides a way of defining and measuring students’ current level of language, literacy and numeracy. It provides a means to identify the language, literacy and numeracy requirements of a vocational qualification. Additionally, the ACSF provides a means of articulating and measuring the language, literacy and numeracy requirements of a job role.

Identifying ACSF Levels

The ACSF levels of students can be identified by using a pre course assessment. Results of the assessment can be evaluated, and the language, literacy and numeracy support needs of students identified. This process helps provide contextualized LLN support to students to ensure their language, literacy and numeracy levels are at the specified workplace level on exit from the course.

Have you considered these questions when developing & delivering your vocational courses?

How do we create a literacy indicator tool?

Who can facilitate the literacy assessment?

How can we provide appropriate LLN support within the delivery of our courses?

Do we need to address LLN in our assessment processes?

If you don’t know the answers to these questions, we can provide the answers for you.


Would you like to know more?

To find out more and to see how we can support your ACSF implementation, contact Envision Training to organize a customized workshop to be delivered in your workplace.

For further information on the Australian Core Skills Framework, please visit the Government Industry Website.