10365NAT Certificate IV in Spoken and Written English – Further Studies





The qualification aims to develop competence in the analysis and communicative use of English for academic purposes. It does this by providing input and practice in aspects of teaching, learning and assessment common to university study in Australia. Particular attention is paid to developing the language and skills necessary to write assignments, take part in discussions, listen to lectures and read academic texts.


Accredited Qualification from AMES NSW

Learning Outcomes:

By completing modules of the CSWE IV – Further Studies specialisation you learn to:
Participate effectively in lectures and tutorials
Prepare and deliver an effective academic presentation
Understand the structure and development of academic talks
Produce an appropriate, coherent and cohesive academic text
Integrate source material into writing with the appropriate academic conventions
Take effective notes from written and spoken texts
Read with greater efficiency and effectiveness

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 (City Campus)

Qualification Requirements :

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

SWELRN401A Learning strategies for further studies

SWEKNO402A Language knowledge
SWEUND403A Understanding academic culture
SWEREA404A Reading and note-taking skills for future studies
SWEANA406A Writing skills for academic reports
SWELIS407A Listening and taking notes in presentations
SWESPE408A Speaking and writing skills for presentations

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 IV in Spoken and Written English – Further Studies. 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 :

IELTS score of 5 (or accepted equivalent) OR completed Certificate III in Spoken and Written English

Course Price :

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