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Introduction to EAL

Introduction to EAL

This course is for people to start learning English and progress into further EAL courses.

The Introduction to EAL course is designed to provide learners the skills to prepare for further study.

  • Course Description

    This program is a pathway into further study. Learners will then be able to transition into vocational education or employment in their chosen field.

    This course is for learners who come from a non-English speaking background. Learners undertaking the program will have very little understanding of the English language.

    This program will provide learners with the following skills:

    • Basic vocabulary and grammar
    • Basic literacy and numeracy (including time)
    • Basic communication techniques
    • Planning for further study
    • Getting around (for further study)
    • Cultural awareness

    This course will have small class sizes to enable the trainer to work with each learner as needed.

  • Entry Requirements

    The course has no entry requirements.

  • Units of Study

    This course is non-accredited and does not contain units of study.

  • Pathway

    After completing this course, learners should be able to use basic English skills to enable them to enrol in further education.

    Most learners should develop the skills to enrol in a 22484VIC Certificate I in EAL course.

  • Study Mode

    This course is delivered face-to-face in a classroom setting, so you can interact with other classmates and practice your English skills.

  • Course Duration

    The course runs two days per week for six weeks.

  • Other Information

    Tea and coffee are provided. You are responsible for bringing your own lunch and snacks to class.

    For further information, please contact Frank Unger on: 03 9288 9925 or 0437 052 709.


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