Literacy-FIT Teacher Aides **Fully Funded** Flexible learning options

Professional development (PD) Auckland, Waikato

Posted: 15 February 2024
Notice reference #: 1HAfGS

Calling all Teacher Aides! Embark on a transformative learning journey with our "Literacy-FIT Teacher Aides" workshop, a research-driven professional development program designed to enhance your skills in supporting literacy, especially among boys.

  • Research-Based Techniques: Grounded in international research, including insights from the McGill Centre for Research in Neuroscience, this workshop equips you with cutting-edge teaching techniques to boost student engagement and achievement in literacy.
  • Innovative Tools: Discover innovative strategies to ignite and empower learners' reading and writing abilities.
  • Neurodiversity Support: Gain a deeper understanding of how to teach and support neurodiverse learners effectively.
  • Practical Strategies: Learn research-based learning theories and practical take-aways for immediate implementation, perfect for working with individuals or small groups.
  • Certification: Receive a Literacy-FIT certificate upon completion, acknowledging your enhanced skills and dedication.

Flexible Learning Options:

  • Online Program: Access a comprehensive online program featuring keynote speakers and downloadable presentation slides. Coffee & Korero events across New Zealand are arranged for you connect with facilitators and peers.


  • In-Person Event: Attend the combined in-person event with the Neuro-FIT Teacher Aides workshop for an integrated learning experience and be provided with the online content as well. See the Neuro-FIT workshop details here

Course Details:

  • Fully Funded: This $747 ex GST course is fully funded for Teacher Aides through the Ministry of Education. 
  • Apply for Funding through the MoE - further info HERE. Our courses are found under SET CATEGORY - Growth Culture Literacy-FIT. 
  • Schools are reimbursed through the MoE for Wages/Travel. Further info HERE

Events summary


09 April 2024 – 09 April 2024


11 April 2024 – 11 April 2024


10 April 2024 – 10 April 2024

Further information

Contact: Keryn Annan

 (027) 560 9301