First Aid

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The First Aid LLN e-resource, follows the story of “Mark” and the LLN issues he encounters during his introduction to First Aid.

Resource includes online access to the eResource, FREE updates, and an UNLIMITED numbers of users.

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Description

First Aid LLN e-resource follows the story of “Mark” and the LLN issues he encounters during his introduction to First Aid.

Benefits for the RTO include:

  • A one click solution to addressing students’ individual LLN learning needs.
  • Evidence that the RTO is providing LLN support to all students.
  • If linked to an LMS, reports could be generated by the RTO that provide evidence of the LLN e-learning resource being accessed by students.

Benefits for the Students include:

  • Assistance in gaining basic vocational literacy to support their progress through their vocational course, and success in the workplace.
  • Simple explanation of each word (using the vernacular where appropriate).
  • Visual representation of each word.
  • Correct pronunciation of each word.
  • A “drag and drop” activity to check for correct understanding.
  • Translation of the word into the main languages encountered in the Australian workplace.
  • An opportunity to practice the correct spelling of the word, with feedback.
  • Examples of the words used within a workplace context that supports students’ understanding of the workplace environment.
  • Words are situated to the workplace via clustering of terms where similar application or context exists.
  • Background images support the contexualisation of the words and “real world” application.
  • Examples of how numeracy is embedded into first aid.
  • Explanation of signs that relate to first aid.
  • Ability to use the resource in the privacy of their own home.
  • Ability to review the resource as many times as the student requires to gain competency in their vocational literacy and numeracy.

First Aid LLN e-resource supports remedial and adult learning principles by:

  • The incorporation of repetition, reinforcement and reframing activities.
  • The ability to move to any part of the resource and not being locked into a “linear” process provides the students with autonomy in their learning process.

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Payment Frequency

Monthly, Yearly

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