Following a nationwide survey of managers, teachers and volunteers in the AMEP in late 2018 and early 2019, and three forums held over March and April, the Australian Council of TESOL Associations (ACTA) has now made a submission to the Evaluation of the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) “new business model”. This submission has been co-authored by ATESOL ACT Vice President, Helen Moore.
The Evaluation of the AMEP “New Business Model” is being conducted by the consultancy group Social Compass (http://socialcompass.com/). The intended project outcomes are listed in the Statement of Requirements and the proposed methodology is outlined in the Evaluation Methodology Overview.
You can download and read the ACTA submission here:
Further to ACTA’s previous submission, and in the light of additional feedback we have received as a result of its wider circulation and placement on our website, the Australian Council of TESOL Associations ACTA offers seven further recommendations to the Evaluation of the AMEP “new business model”.
ACTA has continued active engagement in this space throughout 2019 and 2020. See more on ACTA advocacy in the adult ESOL sector on the ACTA website