LLN – Version 1.0
Language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) are the essential underpinning skills that enable people to be productive in their work, to continue to learn and develop, and to participate fully in society.
All employers, employees, vocational trainers and others responsible for workforce development need to understand that LLN skills are an ongoing and integral part of workforce development.
Adult language, literacy and numeracy skills are recognized as fundamental to improved workforce participation, productivity and social inclusion.
Local and international studies have consistently demonstrated the correlation between high levels of language, literacy and numeracy and positive outcomes at the national, enterprise and individual levels.
Language, literacy and numeracy, core skills and foundation skills are different ways of describing the skills needed to communicate at work, at home, and in the community.
Language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) skills are used every day by all people for a range of reasons – personal, social and work. The skills required differ according to the reasons for using them. Every single learner who engages in vocational training will be taking on LLN challenges or, at the very least, will be using existing skills in different ways.
Language, literacy and numeracy is the traditional way of referring to the ability to speak, listen, read and write in English, and to use mathematical concepts.
Literacy and Numeracy for Adults Assessment Tool
The Literacy and Numeracy for Adults Assessment Tool is an online adaptive tool that provides robust and reliable information on the reading, writing and numeracy skills of adults. The Assessment Tool provides reading, writing, vocabulary, listening, speaking and numeracy assessments linked to the learning progressions. Using the Assessment Tool is part of good learner literacy and numeracy skill assessment and development practice.
Language, Literacy And Numeracy Assessment (LLN)
All new students must provide evidence of their LLN level as part of the standard pre-enrolment process. Your LLN result will help MLE identify your learning needs and requirements. You must sit an online Language Literacy and Numeracy assessment which will be organized by our Admin staff. You can complete this assessment at the comfort of your own home. All you need is a computer with a reliable internet connection.
Please contact us so we can provide you with more information on the LLN requirements for the course you wish to enrol in.
Do I need to complete this evaluation?
If you have successfully completed any of the following qualifications issued under the Australian Qualifications Framework, you can submit a verified copy of your certification as evidence instead of completing this evaluation.
School Education Sector
Certificate showing successful completion of Year 12 English and Maths issued by an Australian Senior Secondary School.
Vocational Education and Training (VET) Sector
Higher Education Sector
Bachelor Honours Degree
If it is found that you need assistance to improve your Language Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) to successfully complete this qualification, your Trainer and Assessor will be in contact. Your training provider will discuss the level of assistance you will require to successfully complete this course and what we can do to assist you in successful completion. Where we determine that your training provider is unable to provide you with the LLN support required for successful completion of this qualification you may be advised to undertake an LLN foundation skills course. This will assist you to raise the standard of your LLN skills to an appropriate level, prior to commencement of your qualification.
Instructions to students
The purpose of this form is to check if you have the required language, literacy and numeracy skill level to successfully complete your training in this course. If it is found that you do not meet the required level. Your training provider will assist where possible throughout this course when you encounter difficulties. You may be advised to undertake an LLN course.
Numeracy and Comprehension