094013F General English (Elementary to Upper-Intermediate)

General English is an ideal way to learn to use English effectively in an everyday environment.  

COURSE DESCRIPTION

CRICOS PROGRAM CODES: 094013F

St Peters International College offers 4 levels of General English with all levels carefully designed to cover the macro-skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing as well as grammar and pronunciation practice.

Students find they progress in a fast and enjoyable manner. Lessons are of the highest quality which makes them both interesting and productive.

  • For course packages or re-enrolment, the registration fee is payable only once.

  • These fees are indicative and are subject to change at the time of enrolment.

Career Opportunities

This course provides students with the opportunity to master the language skills for working and living in Australia.
Students get the opportunity to learn English on Gold Coast at an English language school with a reputation for practical activities, applied learning and outstanding results. 

Entry Requirements

• 18 years or over

• Basic computer skills

• Meet all Student Visa requirements

Entry to the course is determined by:

All these students will undertake an entry placement test to determine their correct ELICOS course level. Similarly, at the conclusion of this course they will undertake the St Peter International College English Diagnostic test designed especially to determine a students’ required English proficiency and readiness to undertake a VET course.

Pre-requisite Requirements
There are no pre-requisite requirements for individual units of competency.

COURSE FEES



$250 (non-refundable)


$1,640


$13,000

Fees include all material costs and learning resources.

Course Delivery

50 weeks of total course duration (44 weeks classroom delivery + maximum 6 weeks of holidays) @ 20 hours per week.

Assessment Methods

Learners will be tested on arrival so that they can be placed in class suitable for their English proficiency level. During the course a number of assessment methods are used, including:

• In-class participation

• Homework tasks

• Formal and informal class tests

• Participation in group activities

 
Students receive continuous feedback from their teachers about the progress.

Mode of Study/ Method of Delivery

• Classroom-based

• Face-to-face

• Work books

• Practical activities.

For further details of these units visit www.training.gov.au

Enrolments
Email: info@spic.qld.edu.au or via one of our Education Agents

Important – Enrolment Form, Student Handbook, Policies, Procedures, Fees and Charges
Visit www.spic.qld.edu.au and download an Enrolment Form and Student Handbook, which contain information about your course that must be read by you prior to enrolment.

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