Pathways Awarua is a fun, free and easy way to improve your numeracy and literacy skills for work and for life – online – anywhere, anytime.

Learner

learners register here
Reading, writing and maths for New Zealand adults.
Road Code, Health & Safety,
My Money, Heavy Vehicle.
Learn on your own or with a tutor. Anywhere, anytime.

Secondary Teacher

secondary teachers register here
Use with Year 9–13 students.
Contextualised literacy and numeracy pathways aligned
to the NZC.
Road Code, Health & Safety,
My Money, Heavy Vehicle.
Cultural Capability pathways.

Tertiary Educator

educators register here
Use with adult learners.
Contextualised literacy and numeracy pathways aligned
to the LPs.
Road Code, Health & Safety,
My Money, Heavy Vehicle.
Cultural Capability pathways.

Employer

employers register here
Support your employees.
Contextualised literacy and numeracy pathways.
Road Code, Health & Safety,
My Money, Heavy Vehicle.
Cultural Capability pathways.

Highlights

New Interface

17 August 2020
We have updated the learner and educator interface. When you log in you will land on your respective dashboards. From here you have access to all functionality and learner pathways. Learn more.

Māori Cultural Capability pathway

7 October 2019
The MCCP pathway has been updated, with new content delivered in smaller modules centred around 4 key Māori values – Ako, Manaakitanga, Rangatiratanga and Whanaungatanga. Aimed to help educators reflect on their teaching practice and improve their Māori student engagement and success. Available on all PD pathways or register here.

GoPlacesNow.co.nz

11 January 2019
GoPlacesNow.co.nz (or the short way gpn.nz) is the recommended entry point into Pathways Awarua for learners, with a clean and simple interface, and an easy-to-remember URL. There are demo modules and videos from other learners. Our live chat can help you get started.

Videos

An educators view of Pathways Awarua
Nadine shares what works for her students on Pathways Awarua.
A learners view of Pathways Awarua
Tiare shares his own vision for the future using Pathways Awarua.