Reading, writing, listening, speaking and understanding are integral skills required for work and are therefore an important component of training. As all students are individuals with different life experiences, literacy and numeracy skills may vary greatly.
LLN stands for language, literacy and numeracy skills.
They relate to how we communicate with each other. LLN skills can be used at the same time.
Language includes communication forms such as speaking, listening, reading, writing and visual communication.
Literacy means being able to read and use written information. It also means being able to contextualise your writing in an appropriate way.
Numeracy is the practical application of mathematical skills to absorb, use and critically evaluate information in numerical or graphical form. Numeracy skills include basic number skills, spatial and graphical concepts, the use of measurement and problem-solving. Numeracy and literacy are interlinked particularly when extracting mathematical information from written text.
The following questions you must complete without any help or reference material. It represents the minimum requirements for undertaking the training course.
If you are unable to complete the LLN test, you will be advised to seek assistance.