Spoken and Written English

Certificate III

National Code: 10364NAT

Course information

About the course

Course Number: 10364NAT-01V01

If you are a newly arrived migrant, we have a number of English language courses designed to enable speakers of other languages to participate more fully in Australian community life, work and study. Our Certificate III in Spoken and Written English has been developed for newly arrived migrants, residents and citizens who are intermediate speakers of English language. Learners will develop skills in speaking, listening, reading and writing in English for routine situations in everyday commerce, recreation and linguistically undemanding workplaces. They will also learn about services and information to help them take part in further education and training, seek and maintain work, and to participate in community life in Australia.

The course is free for those with Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) entitlement. AMEP is funded by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training and has a number of flexible delivery options including online, in the community, via distance, home tutoring, or a combination of the latter three.

This pre-vocational program requires an appropriate level of English language proficiency and appropriate visa/citizenship, which will be determined by an ESOL teacher at a pre-enrolment interview/assessment. Students are required to bring their passports and visa documents to pre-enrolment. Students will be assessed via written tasks, short answer questions, role play and presentations. Successful graduates are eligible to apply to study the Certificate III in Advanced English for Further Study.

Course study options
Campus  

Offered on 10 campuses

On the job/in the Community  

TAFE to Uni Pathway
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  • Get credit for previous study and life experience

Other student services offered with this course

Counselling and career services
Disability support services
Libraries and information services

Study Modes available

Campuses

On-Campus Learning - Study at our place for all or some of your course and access the on-campus TAFE experience.

On the Job / In the community

Fees

North Coast TAFE offers a wide choice of courses, some that attract government subsidies and some that do not. The fees payable will vary, depending on your personal circumstances, your study history and the course you choose.

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