Comments about Certificates I II and III in Spoken and Written English - On Campus - Bendigo - Victoria
This is a class for migrants and overseas visitors to improve their English. There can be day and night classes in Bendigo, Kyneton, Castlemaine, and Maryborough.
The level of English of possible students is assessed prior to enrolment. Any previous formal English tests are considered in this assessment. Other Entry Requirements Contact the Coordinator with visa details to commence the process.
Certificates I II and III in Spoken and Written English
Key Study Areas
The following areas are covered through the study of Australian life and culture:
* Understanding Spoken English
* Study Skills
• Bendigo (City Campus)
• Castlemaine Campus
• Kyneton Campus
• Maryborough Campus
• Individual Interview
There is a choice of full-time and part-time.
Are you eligible for the Adult Migrant English Program (510 free hours) offered by Department of Immigration and Citizenship?
Are you on another visa which allows you to study?
National Accreditation This Course / Qualification has TAFE National Recognition.
This course is offered part time at night and full-time or part-time during the day. This course normally runs from February to December. Distance learning or a combination of part time and distance learning are also available. Enrolment can be done any time during the year.
After successful completion of one or more of these courses you may be eligible for employment in a range of factory, cleaning and agriculture jobs. Some culturally specific work may also be possible, depending on individual confidence.
Further Study Options
For this level there are limited areas of study suitable until a higher standard of English is achieved.
Certificate II in ESL (Access) :: 21498VIC
Certificate II in Spoken and Written English :: 90993NSW
You will be assessed as part of this course.
To complete the Certificate students must demonstrate competency in Modules A and B (core modules) and 3 other electives.
Recognition of Prior Learning
Recognition of your current qualifications and prior learning: BRIT has processes to give you credit for relevant units from your prior study, and to assess your prior learning against units in a course.