Workplace English Language and Literacy (WELL)
The main aim of the Workplace English Language and Literacy (WELL) Program is to assist organisations to train workers in English language, literacy and numeracy skills. This funding is available on a competitive grants basis to organisations for English language and literacy training linked to job-related workplace training and is designed to help workers meet their current and future employment and training needs.
Australian Government Skills Connect is a new service designed to help link eligible Australian enterprises with a range of skills and workforce development programs and funding. It brings together funding from six different training and workforce development programs to better target industry and worker training. Australian Government Skills Connect will allow employers to address their overall workforce development needs, and the Workplace English Language and Literacy program can be accessed via this new service. Further information and a Request for Assistance form can be found at the Australian Government Skills Connect website.
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Amended WELL Training Guidelines 2013
13 August 2013
Amended Guidelines are now available. These apply to current projects as well as all future applications.
Applications Open: WELL Resource and Strategic Projects
Applications are now open for funding to develop WELL Resource and Strategic Projects
Well Resources Newsletter
10 January 2013
The latest copy of Doing well with WELL Resources newsletter is available.
WELL delivers for employers
20 July 2012
The evaluation report, Strengthening Foundation Skills in the Workplace, endorses WELL as a program that delivers benefits for business and is highly regarded by both employers and employees.