ACL - AMEP Distance Learning

Course Summary: 

A learning activity for people who are unable to attend classes, for example, parents with childcare responsibilities, people restricted by work, or people who prefer to study at home. Distance Learning can be integrated with Multimedia centre learning, Home Tutor or community class provision. Regular phone, email and fax contact with a teacher provides support and feedback.

Course Content:

Students:
* Undertake study in the Certificates of Spoken and Written English I, II and III.
* Study at home using books, cassettes, videos and computers with reguler support from a teacher.
* May integrate Distance Learning with Home Tutor, Multimedia centre or community class provision depending on their individual needs.
Outcomes: 

Certificate in Spoken and Written English I, II and III.

Eligibility: 

AMEP entitled clients are 18 or over, have less than functional English and are permanent residents who arrived after 1.7.91.Those 16 to 18 years may be admitted under special circumstances.

Training Provider: 

ACL Pty Ltd

Dates and Times: 

To suit the availability of clients.

Location and Contact: 
Distance Learning course enquiries at: ACL Auburn, Cabramatta, Fairfield and Parramatta. Macquarie Community College at Blacktown and Ermington. University of Western Sydney English Language Centres at Liverpool and Campbelltown.
ACL Consortium hotline phone: 1300 798 111.
Fees: 

Free/Free for Eligible Applicants
This is part of the 510 hours DIMIA entitlement, and is available to eligible migrants.