Commencing:

Term 3

Location: Melton,

Certificate I in English as an Additional Language (Access) 22250VIC

Do you want to improve your English language skills?

Certificate level English Language courses help develop your foundation skills in speaking, listening, reading and writing and computers. Training focuses on forms of communication for personal needs and community participation, and employment skills. The course is designed for learners who are interested in extending their general language skills as a pathway into further training or preparation for the workplace.

Course Information

Dates:
Term 3

Days:
3 days per week

Time:
9:30am – 3:00pm

Enrolment Information

To be considered for enrolment in this program, call reception on 8746 1000 to book your pre-training interview and assessment.

At the interview we will assess your eligibility for government assistance with tuition fees and provide you with an individual statement of fees.

Course Fees as at 21/12/17

Certificate I in English as an Additional Language (Access)

Minimum course fees are*:Tuition Fee Material FeeAmenities FeeApprox. Government Contribution Total
Government Subsidised Tuition Fee$250$0$20$3,700$270
Government Subsidised Tuition Fee Concession$50$0$10$3,500$60
Full Fee Non-Subsidised Tuition Fee$2,300$0$200$2,320
Full Fee Non-Subsidised Tuition Fee Concession$1,840$0$100$1,850

How will you benefit?

This course is for people with little or no prior education in English who want to develop their English speaking. Studying Course in English as an Additional Language will help you improve your:

CommunicationSpeaking
ListeningReading and Writing
GrammarVocabulary
Basic Computer SkillsPronunciation

 

Entry requirements

Students are required to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI) to commence any accredited training in Australia.  Please see staff if you need any advice on this matter.

People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Delivery method

  • Face to face classroom delivery

Resources included

All course materials are provided.

Assessment requirements

Examples of evidence gathering techniques that will be used:

  • Written assessments
  • Oral questions
  • Portfolio – collection of documentation from each unit of competency and grouped together as a holistic assessment (This method will also validate progressive assessing of elements of competency from a variety of units or specific units of competency)
  • Trainer questions/feedback plus student feedback and questions

You need to have prior to placement

Placement not applicable.

Core Units

VU21454Plan language learning with support
VU21450Give and respond to short, simple verbal instructions and information
VU21448Read and write short, simple informational and instructional texts
VU21451Participate in short, simple exchanges
VU21449Read and write short, simple messages and forms