22259VIC Course in EAL

At course level you will begin to develop English language skills to improve speaking, listening, reading, writing and living skills You will also learn more about life in Australia, as well as communicating while shopping, banking and interacting government departments and medical professionals.

 Type of study: Full time, part time and evening options available. 

Location: St Albans, Broadmeadows, Coburg, Glenroy, Deer Park, Watergardens, Caroline Springs

Duration: Full time 26 weeks; Part time – Up to 52 weeks

Mode of delivery: Classroom

Pathway

On completion, students will be able to make informed choices about employment or education pathways. Other pathways could include further training, employment or voluntary work.

The 22259VIC Course in EAL provides pathways to:

22250VIC Certificate I in EAL (Access) for those students who wish to further develop their literacy and numeracy skills to support engagement with employment, community, learning and personal domains. 

Units of Study

Code

Title

Nominal Hours

Core Unit

VU21430

Develop a language learning plan with support

30

Core Speaking and Listening Units

VU21431

Use beginning language learning strategies with support

55

VU21432

Communicate basic personal details and needs

70

VU21433

Give and respond to basic information and instructions

70

Core Reading and Writing Units

VU21434

Read and write short basic messages and forms

70

VU21435

Read and write short, basic factual texts

70

Numeracy Units

VU21291

Recognise numbers and money in simple, highly familiar situations

25

VU21292

Recognise, give and follow simple and familiar oral directions

25

VU21293

Recognise measurements in simple, highly familiar situations

25

Total Hours

440

Admission Requirements

  • Be a permanent resident or temporary protection/visitor visa holder from non-English speaking background.
  • Complete a pre-training assessment for language, literacy and numeracy skills.

Assessment methods

You will be assessed via a range of assessment method, including:

  • Observations,
  • Written tasks
  • Oral tasks
  • Reading tasks
  • Speaking Tasks
  • Group work

Learning Resources

You will need to bring your own pen and writing materials and we will provide you with worksheets and assessment books during class. You will also have access to a range of facilities and services to assist with their learning and wellbeing.

Fees

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Students may be eligible for Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding.

Undertaking a government funded training program may affect future access to government funding.  For more details see:  http://www.education.vic.gov.au/skillsfirst/Pages/default.aspx