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Studying English in an Australian English school means participating in a sector of Australian education that has been developed to allow speakers of English as a second language (ESL) to either develop their English or to continue on to academic studies.

The 22250VIC - Certificate I in EAL (Access) provides participants from non-English backgrounds with the opportunity to develop:

  • English language skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening
  • Computing skills
  • Skills to participate in the community and in further education and
  • Training
  • Learning skills
  • Knowledge of Australian society.

At the end of the course the student will be able to:

  • Identify, develop and review a language learning plan with a support person
  • Identify current language learning skills and planning future
  • Language skills development with an appropriate support person
  • Use a limited range of reading strategies to create meaning from short simple texts
  • Construct short simple texts with support
  • Use learning/communication technology to communicate in English
  • Participate in short simple verbal transactions and exchanges in English
  • Locate, read and interpret specific information in short simple texts
  • Write short simple texts with support.
Course code 22250VIC
Start date Contact us to find out the next available date
Delivery mode classroom based
Duration Domestic: 19 weeks
International: 26 weeks

The 22251VIC - Certificate II in EAL (Access) provides participants from non-English backgrounds with the opportunity to develop:

  • English language skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening
  • Computing skills
  • Skills to participate in the community and in further education and
  • Training
  • Learning skills
  • Knowledge of Australian society.

At the end of the course the student will be able to:

  • Identify, develop and review a language learning plan with a support person
  • Identify current language learning skills and planning future
  • Language skills development with an appropriate support person
  • Use a limited range of reading strategies to create meaning from short simple texts
  • Construct short simple texts with support
  • Use learning/communication technology to communicate in English
  • Participate in short simple verbal transactions and exchanges in English
  • Locate, read and interpret specific information in short simple texts
  • Write short simple texts with support.
Course code 22251VIC
Start date Contact us to find out the next available date
Delivery mode classroom based
Duration Domestic: 21 weeks
International: 28 weeks

The 22254VIC - Certificate III in EAL (Employment) provides participants from non-English backgrounds with the opportunity to develop:

  • English language skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening
  • Computing skills
  • Skills to participate in the community and in further education and
  • Training
  • Learning skills
  • Knowledge of Australian society.

At the end of the course the student will be able to:

  • Identify, develop and review a language learning plan with a support person
  • Identify current language learning skills and planning future
  • Language skills development with an appropriate support person
  • Use a limited range of reading strategies to create meaning from short simple texts
  • Construct short simple texts with support
  • Use learning/communication technology to communicate in English
  • Participate in short simple verbal transactions and exchanges in English
  • Locate, read and interpret specific information in short simple texts
  • Write short simple texts with support.
Course code 22254VIC
Start date Contact us to find out the next available date
Delivery mode classroom based
Duration Domestic: 15 weeks
International: 28 weeks

The 22257VIC - Certificate III in EAL (Professional) provides participants from non-English backgrounds with the opportunity to develop:

  • English language skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening
  • Computing skills
  • Skills to participate in the community and in further education and
  • Training
  • Learning skills
  • Knowledge of Australian society.

At the end of the course the student will be able to:

  • Identify, develop and review a language learning plan with a support person
  • Identify current language learning skills and planning future
  • Language skills development with an appropriate support person
  • Use a limited range of reading strategies to create meaning from short simple texts
  • Construct short simple texts with support
  • Use learning/communication technology to communicate in English
  • Participate in short simple verbal transactions and exchanges in English
  • Locate, read and interpret specific information in short simple texts
  • Write short simple texts with support.
Course code 22257VIC
Start date Contact us to find out the next available date
Delivery mode classroom based
Duration Domestic: 21 weeks
International: 28 weeks