This training partially achieves 10365NAT Certificate IV in Spoken and Written English - Further Studies and focuses specifically on the development of spoken and written language skills required to continue with higher education studies. It provides a general education curriculum for English as an additional language (EAL) primarily targeted to students who need to develop higher-level language skills to enter higher education or higher-level training.
|Qualification:||Statement of Attainment - training in English - Advanced [extract from 10365NAT]|
|Duration:||20 classroom hours per week for 10 weeks.|
Enrolment fees for this course are based on the costs per subject as indicated below. In addition, a Service and Amenities fee of $40 will be payable each semester. Further information is available at Course fees and assistance
|Likely Job Outcome:||This program prepares you for further study.|
|Application Type:||Register Your Interest|
Entry Requirements / How to Apply
You need to have successfully completed the Certificate III in Spoken and Written English or equivalent, and have a general education level equivalent to an Australian Year 10 Certificate.
IELTS 5.5 general or equivalent.
You must be 17 years of age or older.
The entry point will be through diagnostic screening.
Learners entering this level are identified as advanced.
To study any course at CIT (excluding degrees and non-accredited training) you must have a Unique Student Identifier (USI).
Literacy Skills Information
We suggest that you will need Australian Core Skills Framework literacy levels of at least 3 across reading, writing, learning, oral communication and, depending on your program of study, numeracy skills to successfully complete this program. See below to check your literacy skills. If you do not have this level, you can still enrol and seek support to improve your skills or you may prefer to begin with the lower level program. Please visit Education and Community or phone (02) 6207 4872 to have a chat to one of our teachers.
Qualifications at CIT are regularly updated or replaced to meet current industry needs and maximise your employment opportunities. If this occurs while you are part way through a qualification, you may need to vary your learning to meet the new national requirements. CIT will aim to make this as smooth as possible for you.
To ensure positive outcomes for all students, CIT may need to cancel or change classes at short notice. CIT will make every effort to inform students as soon as changes are made and will also make every effort to offer alternative arrangements for students to meet the requirements of the subject and complete their qualification. In an unfortunate instance when this cannot be met, you will receive a full refund. Please ensure you maintain current contact details via CIT Self Service or by contacting CIT Student Services at email@example.com.
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SWELRN401A Learning strategies for further studies
CIT Code: ESLG239 Description: This module covers the strategies required to be an effective language learner in further study contexts. It includes the skills required to effectively study within formal educational environments using independent study skills. Prerequisites: Nil
SWEANA406A Writing skills for academic reports
CIT Code: ESLG241 Description: This module develops the skills to write analytical, research or scientific reports. The module gives scope to focus on particular areas of study. Prerequisites: Nil
SWELIS407A Listening and taking notes in presentations
CIT Code: ESLG242 Description: This module develops the skills required to understand and take notes from lectures and presentations. Prerequisites: Nil
SWESPE408A Speaking and writing skills for presentations
CIT Code: ESLG243 Description: This module covers the skills to deliver a presentation within an academic aids to support the presentation and the delivery of the presentation. Prerequisites: Nil
SWEREA404A Reading and note-taking skills for further studies
CIT Code: ESLG240 Description:
This module covers the skills required to locate, critically read and record a wide range of academic texts. It includes critical understanding of academic written and graphic texts and strategies to take notes appropriate to academic contexts.
For more information about this course please contact CIT Student Services on (02) 6207 3188 or email firstname.lastname@example.org