Certificate III in EAL (Further Study)

Course Information
Course Name Certificate III in EAL (Further Study) (22255VIC)
ATMC Code 22255VIC
Duration (Part Time) N/A
Duration (Full Time) 25 Weeks
2016 Course Fees 7,680
2017 Course Fees 7,680
Intake Dates N/A
University ATMC VET Programs
Campus Melbourne
Faculty English as an Additional Language (EAL)

Program Outline

This State Accredited Course reflects the skills and abilities looking to participate in further education within and English Speaking RTO or TAFE. The students will have limited English abilities, and are seeking to improve their communication skills both verbally and in writing. This course is designed for international students who are not involved in a traditional traineeship and will be involved in both theory and practical training in a full time capacity to gain the Course.

Career Opportunities

The two levels in the Further Study stream provide a clear pathway for a wide range of learners who want to develop English language and literacy skills and knowledge to gain entry and participate effectively in the Australian educational system.

Entry Requirements

  • Completion of Senior High School (Year 12 in Australia or equivalent in student's country of origin)
  • Applicants must be 18 years or above
  • A minimum level of IELTS 4.5 or equivalent

Course Structure

VU21323 Develop and document a learning plan and portfolio
VU21354  Implement and review a project
VU21462   Explore community options
VU21499 Give straightforward oral presentations for further study
VU21500 Participate in a range of straightforward interactions for further study
VU21501 Read and write straightforward texts for research purposes
VU21502 Analyse and produce straightforward texts relevant to further study
VU21503 Listen and take notes for research
VU21504 Use language learning strategies and study skills

Delivery and Assessment Methods

Delivery methods include classroom based training sessions based on workbook, discussions, projects, excursions, etc. Assessment methods include written test, observation, project, research, portfolio and oral test.