The outcomes focus 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 and to enable participants to move into further English language education or vocational training or a combination of both, or employment.
The overall objective of this qualification is preparation for participation into entry level work roles that require basic language skills. Entry level positions are available in industries such as; manufacturing, transport, labor assistant, warehousing and mining. Students have the opportunity to explore different industries and it will provide them with venue to enhance their current skills and knowledge.
We actively tailor training for people from diverse backgrounds, including those with disabilities and encourage all to apply.
As part of this course, you will take part in the following activities:
- Pathway to further study
- Interactive workshops and/or field trips allowing practical application of skills and knowledge
- Small group sizes
What’s in Stirling Institute of Australia’s Certificate II in EAL (Access) (22251VIC) course
|Unit code||Unit Name|
|VU21297||Develop and document a learning plan and portfolio with guidance|
|VU21456||Participate in simple conversations and transactions|
|VU21459||Read and write simple instructional and informational texts|
|VU21457||Give and respond to simple verbal information and|
|VU21458||Read and write simple personal communications and transactional texts|
|VU21464||Examine current issues|
|VU21463||Explore transport options|
|BSBITU201A||Produce simple word processed documents|
Candidates need to undertake a Pre-training review to assess individual needs.
This qualification is delivered with the assistance of Victorian and Commonwealth funding.
For eligibility criteria and information please contact us on 1300 790 265.
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Note: The student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.
This course is delivered face to face in a classroom environment with a combination of theory and practical activities.
The course is designed to run over 30 weeks.