Events

As part of our aim to create a supportive network for adult literacy and numeracy practitioners and a space to exchange ideas, TCAL brings together experienced and emerging practitioners from all areas of adult education by organising events such as conferences, talks, meetings and gatherings.

Here you will find information on upcoming events relevant to our industry, including meetings, conferences and professional development opportunities. You can also browse our archive of past events, which includes useful resources such as conference presentations, papers, studies and teaching aids provided by the speakers at the different events.

UPCOMING EVENTS

2017 TCAL Conference
Foundations for Practice

Click here for Conference program

Friday 2 June
An evening with Rosalie Martin
Tasmanian Australian of the Year and founder of Chatter Matters

Hope and Anchor Tavern
65 Macquarie Street, Hobart
$5 entry    Light refreshments provided and cash bar

Saturday 3 June
Presentations and workshops:

Mandy Nayton, Executive Officer of The Dyslexia-SPELD Foundation and President of AUSPELD (the Australian Federation of SPELD Associations)

Lindee Conway, Head of Foundation Studies, Melbourne Polytechnic

Mathers House
108-110 Bathurst Street, Hobart
$20 entry, or $10 unwaged and volunteers
Lunch provided

Register here

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PAST EVENTS

Browse our past events section for information on conferences and other events hosted by TCAL. This section includes useful resources such as conference presentations, papers, studies and teaching aids provided by the speakers at the different events.

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TCAL GENERAL MEETINGS

The TCAL Management Committee will be meeting on the first Thursday of each month on the following dates in 2017:

  • 6th April
  • 4th May
  • 1st June
  • 6th July
  • 3rd August
  • 7th September
  • 5th October
  • 2nd November
  • 7th December

TCAL is the peak body for adult literacy and numeracy practitioners. We make literacy and numeracy resources available for teaching and learning, and provide opportunities and spaces for practitioners to support each other and exchange ideas.

TCAL is a not for profit association run entirely by volunteers. We rely on membership fees and grants to fund our activities.