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Library Showcase The City of Salisbury Kathryn Brady Community Learning Coordinator Faculty of Edit Library Showcase The City of Salisbury Kathryn Brady Community Learning Coordinator Faculty of Edit this on the Slide Master The University of Adelaide

Community Learning Programs As part of the Community Capacity & Learning Division, we provide Community Learning Programs As part of the Community Capacity & Learning Division, we provide and/or support learning programs across the community including our five libraries and eight community centres within the City of Salisbury. We also work in partnership with kindergartens, schools, industry boards and local community and cultural groups to support with resources and networks for the implementation of their own learning programs. Our sites are more than Libraries or Community Centres Co. S Community Development [Public version]. mp 4 Faculty of Edit this on the Slide Master The University of Adelaide

The Liveable City Through our City Plan 2030, we look at ensuring the City The Liveable City Through our City Plan 2030, we look at ensuring the City of Salisbury is a Liveable City. The City Plan, together with the Community and Capacity Business Plan, helps shape what we need to achieve but not how we achieve it. Faculty of Edit this on the Slide Master The University of Adelaide

Program Rationale How do we know what programs to run? How do we identify Program Rationale How do we know what programs to run? How do we identify community learning needs? • Utilise sites such as Profile ID • Research of relevant demographic data including Census • Identify emerging issues within our community that may not be captured in statistics • External feedback from partners, stakeholders and participants • Internal feedback including strategies and critical action plans • Consistent internal and external evaluation Faculty of Edit this on the Slide Master The University of Adelaide

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Program Rationale In 2011, 22% population in The City of Salisbury spoke a language Program Rationale In 2011, 22% population in The City of Salisbury spoke a language other than English at home. Faculty of Edit this on the Slide Master The University of Adelaide

Program Rationale Key Points: • Significant decline in proportion of the population born in Program Rationale Key Points: • Significant decline in proportion of the population born in the UK • Significant increase in proportion of the population born in India and Afghanistan • Increased proportion of the population born in Myanmar, Vietnam, Philippines, China and Cambodia Faculty of Edit this on the Slide Master The University of Adelaide

Program Rationale Census 2016 has showed 36. 6% of City of Salisbury residents were Program Rationale Census 2016 has showed 36. 6% of City of Salisbury residents were born overseas, compared with 28. 9% for SA and 33. 3% for Australia. This means that on average Salisbury is more culturally diverse than the rest of the State and Country. We anticipate that these statistics will also bring an increase of residents who do not speak English within the home, as this has been the pattern in 2006 and 2011. What does this all mean for programs in our Libraries? Faculty of Edit this on the Slide Master The University of Adelaide

Program Rationale Multicultural Community • Increased isolated communities, many young families who are wanting Program Rationale Multicultural Community • Increased isolated communities, many young families who are wanting and needing to integrate into our community engagement programs • Increase need of ESL programs • Increase need of LOTE resources • Increase need of understanding of Australian Workplace Culture • Increase demand of Foundation Skills and Essential Services learning • Many migrants can not access free or subsidised training due to VISA restrictions, family commitments, physical or mental illness • Intercultural training for our already established community Faculty of Edit this on the Slide Master The University of Adelaide

Program Rationale Education There has been a very significant increase in the proportion of Program Rationale Education There has been a very significant increase in the proportion of the population participating in tertiary education. University attendance rose from 3% in 2011 to 13. 8% in 2016, and TAFE attendance from 2. 5% in 2011 to 8% in 2016. Educational Institution Attended 2006 2011 2016 City of Salisbury South Australia City of Salisbury South Australia RTO/TAFE 2. 3% 2. 2% 2. 5% 2. 2% 8. 0% 6. 5% 5. 9% University 2. 2% 3. 5% 3. 8% 3. 0% 4. 1% 4. 3% 13. 8% 16. 2% 16. 1% These increases coincide with the implementation of State Government Funding Skills for All (more recently Work Ready) and Adult Community Education Accredited Foundation Skills in 2011. This data only gives the enrolment rates, rather than the completion rates. Faculty of Edit this on the Slide Master The University of Adelaide

Program Rationale With direct feedback from our networks and partners and from providing this Program Rationale With direct feedback from our networks and partners and from providing this training since 2011, not everyone who enrolled within the Tertiary Education completes the qualification. Faculty of Edit this on the Slide Master The University of Adelaide

Program Rationale Low Level Tertiary Education • High under skilled workforce, which is being Program Rationale Low Level Tertiary Education • High under skilled workforce, which is being replaced with technology or moving industry off shore • High unemployment • Unqualified positions, lower wages • Lower digital literacy rates, low access or knowledge of digital essentials • Lower literacy and numeracy rates • Negative experience with education and institutions Faculty of Edit this on the Slide Master The University of Adelaide

Program Rationale Unemployment The City of Salisbury has a high unemployment rate compared to Program Rationale Unemployment The City of Salisbury has a high unemployment rate compared to the state average. In the 2017 March quarter, the unemployment rate in the City of Salisbury was 9. 15%, compared to 6. 6% in South Australia. The youth unemployment rate of the LGA is also higher than the State and National average with some suburbs within our city having some of the highest youth unemployment rates in Australia. Faculty of Edit this on the Slide Master The University of Adelaide

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Program Rationale Unemployment Further stresses with emerging community issues such as industry closure • Program Rationale Unemployment Further stresses with emerging community issues such as industry closure • Higher youth unemployment rate- school leavers • Financial stress • Changing in family dynamics • Drug or alcohol abuse • Increase of diagnosed and undiagnosed mental illness • Domestic violence • Homelessness Faculty of Edit this on the Slide Master The University of Adelaide

Program Rationale What does this mean for our Libraries? • Supply Foundation Skills Training- Program Rationale What does this mean for our Libraries? • Supply Foundation Skills Training- day and evening classes • Increase Digital Literacy Classes to focus on work preparation and skills • Working with partners to deliver Qualifications • Providing space for essential services • Increase adult literacy programs • Increase online training tools • Ensure children’s programs are aligned with Early Years Learning Framework or Australian School Curriculum to better support families • Service referral Faculty of Edit this on the Slide Master The University of Adelaide

Program Rationale A few other interesting points- • Average of residents is 35 and Program Rationale A few other interesting points- • Average of residents is 35 and this has been stable since 2006 • Higher than state average of Families of two parent families with 2 -3 children • University of South Australia Mawson Campus had an increase of International and Domestic Student enrolments • NDIS roll out started in July 2017 for The City of Salisbury • 257 of the 944 Holden’s Current employees reside in The City of Salisbury, many more if we include the Automotive Supply Chain workers. These individuals will be looking for work before October or will be made redundant from October 2017. Faculty of Edit this on the Slide Master The University of Adelaide

Programs Children’s Programs Giggle. Time Children birth to 2. 5 years. Themed to align Programs Children’s Programs Giggle. Time Children birth to 2. 5 years. Themed to align with EYLF. Songs, board books, bubbles. Increase vocabulary/literacy, parent/child connection, familiarise Library and community services Recent changes from evaluation: Increase number of board books available, include small sensory activities, change in bubbles Story. Time Children 2. 5 years to 5 years. Songs, story book, craft. Increase child’s school readiness, increase child’s literacy, familiarise Library service Read, Play Learn Families. Themed to align with EYLF. Songs, group story, parent and child reading, STEM based play activities, service referral Recent changes from evaluation: Reduce number of activities but increase volume, Increase STEM based picture books in catalogue Faculty of Edit this on the Slide Master The University of Adelaide

Programs ABC 30&3 External sites. Work with families to increase literacy skills Recent changes Programs ABC 30&3 External sites. Work with families to increase literacy skills Recent changes from evaluation: Change in playgroup attendees, now work with Government and Not-for-Profit organisations to target vulnerable communities where literacy and engagement is low Coding and Robotics Afterschool and during school times for Home Schooled children. CLP and Digital Programs have been able to coordinate sessions to meet the Australian Schools Curriculum, engaging Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths tasks and activities. Recent changes from evaluation: Change afterschool clubs to set term structured sessions to allow for more families to attend, create a program for parents to increase their skills and knowledge to support their own children and increase confidence with STEM based activities. Faculty of Edit this on the Slide Master The University of Adelaide

Programs Other program changes due to evaluation Internal class visits- increase awareness of Library Programs Other program changes due to evaluation Internal class visits- increase awareness of Library services Bulk loans to classes- increase borrowing rates Increase family literacy focus rather than just early childhood focus Reduction of consumable craft activities- increase in sustainable activities, utilisation of catalogued items Home Schooled families learning sessions- increase community connection School holiday programs- charging due to high booking rates but low attendance Increase external funding applications to increase programs Faculty of Edit this on the Slide Master The University of Adelaide

Programs Online Programs Your Tutor Students Year 9 through to University. Program that connects Programs Online Programs Your Tutor Students Year 9 through to University. Program that connects students with a tutor to get feedback on assignments and work before submitting. Also allows students to undertake quizzes to increase skills and knowledge in Science, Maths and English. My Career. Match Targets individuals looking for work and allows them to look at own skills and personality types to match to a career. Gives individuals information about themselves to build a resume. Our. Bizniss Adult Community Education Students. Online tools to build foundation skills such as Setting a positive first impression, assertive communication, and time management. Faculty of Edit this on the Slide Master The University of Adelaide

Programs Adult Programs Accredited ACE Foundation Skills Funded by Department of State Development. Aligned Programs Adult Programs Accredited ACE Foundation Skills Funded by Department of State Development. Aligned with Foundation Skills Training Package, auspiced through TAFE SA. Programs to build foundation skills to move onto pathways of further study, work or volunteering. Library service will be focusing on building Digital Literacy through 10 week accredited Digital Literacy programs. Non-Accredited ACE Foundation Skills Funded by Department of State Development. Aligned with Foundation Skills Training Package but not assessed. Programs to build confidence and skills to engage in community and move forward. Library Service will be focusing on ESL programs Pre-beginner, Beginner and postbeginner session available. Faculty of Edit this on the Slide Master The University of Adelaide

Programs Adult Learners Week Held from 1 st – 8 th September and CLP Programs Adult Learners Week Held from 1 st – 8 th September and CLP have been able to secure two Adult Learning Week grants to celebrate adult learning in our community. There will be two Adult Robotic workshops to help parents understand the Robotics craze and give a chance for adults to have a go in a comfortable and fun environment and a ‘Coming together, Learning together’ showcase up at Hills on Monday 4 th September. This will celebrate the learning opportunities available within the region, celebrate current and past successes and also provide community information on the Para Hills Hub build. Acrostic Poems Project We have invited Multicultural Groups and ESL classes to participate in and contribute to a community poetry/art installation for the Salisbury Writers’ Festival in August this year- Acrostic Poet Tree: Stories of Us. Faculty of Edit this on the Slide Master The University of Adelaide

Programs Financial Literacy Work with Good Money and Lutheran Community Care to provide budgeting, Programs Financial Literacy Work with Good Money and Lutheran Community Care to provide budgeting, concessions, understanding utilities, SCOPE/NILS loans information sessions across library branches. Employability Skills Australian Institute of Technology Transfer, TAFE SA and community centres work with Community Learning Programs Team to implement accredited and engagement programs for vulnerable target groups to build work capacity, skills and knowledge. Programs include Youth Pathways Programs, Cert II Business, I Want to Work, Communication Techniques, Emotional Intelligence. Faculty of Edit this on the Slide Master The University of Adelaide

Community Learning Programs In conclusion, programming planning and the evaluation process is just as Community Learning Programs In conclusion, programming planning and the evaluation process is just as important than the actual program delivery. Making partnerships and joining local working parties have helped us gain the stories behind the statistics to make better judgments on programming priorities to align with Business and City Plans. The internal and external evaluation processes have helped us use programs to empower and develop our community, focussing on need rather than personal opinion and library tradition. Faculty of Edit this on the Slide Master The University of Adelaide

Questions? Thank you for your time. Faculty of Edit this on the Slide Master Questions? Thank you for your time. Faculty of Edit this on the Slide Master The University of Adelaide