10362NAT Certificate I in Spoken and Written English

 

CRICOS CODE:

083154F

Overview:

The Certificate I in Spoken and Written English (10362 NAT) develops skills for learners who have just started learning English and have had minimal exposure to English. The certificate is designed to develop speaking, pronunciation, listening, reading and writing skills at a beginner’s level. The qualification is designed for learners who convey and understand only limited English and have difficulties in communication.

Accreditation:

Accredited Qualification from AMES NSW

Learning Outcomes:

Develop confidence in your ability to understand and use English
Build your speaking, listening, reading and writing skills
Learn new vocabulary and improve your grammar
Improve your pronunciation
Attain a vocabulary between 500 and 800 words
Learn to interact effectively and with confidence across a range of common social situations

Prerequisite Requirements :

There are no prerequisite requirements for individual units of competency.

Course Quick Guide:

Duration: 24 weeks (including 4 weeks of holiday)

Delivery mode: On campus (Garden City and City Campus)

Qualification Requirements :

Total number of units: 7 (1 Core Unit plus 6 Elective Units)


SWELRN101A Basic learning strategies


SWEPER102A Giving personal information
SWETRA103A Comprehending and participating in short transactional exchanges
SWECON105A Comprehending and participating in short conversation
SWEMSG107A Comprehending and leaving telephone messages
SWEDES109A Comprehending and composing written descriptions
SWEREC110A Comprehending and composing written recounts

Certification :

Participants can choose to complete either individual units or the full certification. If students complete any of the individual units, then they can be awarded statements of attainment; and if all required units are completed, students will be awarded with a full qualification in Certificate I in Spoken and Written English. These credentials are nationally recognised and accredited.

Assessment methods: short answer questions, written essays, oral discussions/presentations.

Learning Modes :

Full-time classes, including low-level bilingual classes

Entry Requirements :

English skills not required

Course Price :

All prices are in Australian Dollars (AUD)
International Please refer to International Prospectus for pricing.