22251VIC Certificate II in EAL (Access)

Beginning at this level, students can progress through to intermediate and upper-intermediate levels.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

CRICOS PROGRAM CODES: 094014E

Unlike other ‘non-award’ English programs, this “Award” course is nationally recognised by the Australian Government and internationally.

At this level the focus is on the development of English language speaking, listening, reading and writing skills together with electives selected to develop relevant  knowledge and skills for simple everyday communication and community participation.

Entry Requirements
There are no limitations to entry based on gender, physical ability, social or educational background.
 
Entry to the course is determined on the following criteria in order to place learners in the level appropriate to their proficiency in English language.

  • A participant’s current English language skills.
  • A participant’s prior formal education experience.
  • Any prior ‘English as Another Language’ learning.
  • A participant’s learning and further educational needs.

Students must meet their Visa requirements.

COURSE FEES

$200 (non-refundable)
$5,500 (includes enrolment fee AUD$200)

Fees include all material costs and learning resources.

Pathways and Further Study
Graduates from this course will be awarded a Certificate ll in EAL (Access) and may exit at an IELTS level 3.5 – 4.5.
On successful completion, graduates may undertake further English study and/or enrol in a Certificate Level ll VET qualification.

Course Delivery
28 weeks of total course duration (24 weeks classroom delivery + maximum 4 weeks of holidays) @ 20 hours per week made up of:

  • 16 hours teacher-led classroom delivery 
  • 4 hours computer lab work with tutorial support. During this time students complete activities using the support program MyEnglishLab   
  • Minimum 4 hours independent reading, study and/or project work.
  • Distance learning is not available.
  • Day, evening and weekend classes available

Delivery Methods

  • Classroom with active involvement of all participants
  • English language text with easy to understand activities
  • Computer lab with tutorial support
  • Bilingual support
  • Culturally sensitive to learners needs

Assesment Methods

  • Portfolio
  • Reading activities
  • Writing activities
  • Questions
  • Role Play
  • Learning Plan
  • Interview
  • Research
  • Computer Tasks
  • Presentation.  

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.

Start Your Application

Units