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English Programs

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.

>Develops English language skills in a medical context.>Assists students who are preparing to sit for the Occupational English Test(OET) for overseas-trained health professionals.>Modular course:Students may enrol in individual skills components or in the whole course

These courses are designed for flexible entry and aim to help students identify educational training needs.

>Literacy and Numeracy is to cater for the needs of job seekers whose literacy and numeracy skills are assessed as NRS Level 2 or lower. <br>>Basic English language is to assist job seekers whose first language is not English and whose language skills are assessed as NRS Level 2 or lower.<br>>Advanced English language is aimed at job seekers whose first language is not English with language skills at or above NRS Level 3. Advanced English language training may be of a general nature or have a specific vocational focus.

This course provides for up to 400 hours of free English language training for adults from non-English speaking background. The course focuses on vocational needs.

For clients living in rural or remote areas of NSW who are unable to access regular classes, intensive tuition may be provided in small groups of 1 to 3 by a qualified teacher, preferably in community venues such as local libraries or schools, but potentially also in private homes where satisfactory arrangements have been made for occupational health and safety, public liability and child protection.

AMEP courses offer up to 510 hours of English language training to recent arrivals, leading to the outcomes of the Certificate of Spoken and Written English levels 1, 2 and 3 where appropriate. This competency based course aims to develop proficiency in listening,speaking, reading and writing.

Students follow an individual study program with teacher assistance at regional centres, using a range of self study material.

AMEP courses offer up to 510 hours of English language training to recent arrivals, leading to the award of the Certificate of Spoken and Written English Level I, II or III where appropriate. This competency based courseaims to develop proficiency in listening, speaking, reading and writing.

>To provide settlement information. >To provide information on STARTTS , referral and counselling as required.

AMEP courses offer up to 510 hours of English language training to recent arrivals, leading to the Certificates I, II and III in Spoken and Written English where appropriate. These courses aim to develop proficiency in listening,speaking, reading and writing.

These programs provide up to 100 hours assistance to appropriate clients on humanitarian visas. This is in addition to the 510 hours offered for regular AMEP tuition.The programs provide extra support with basic language and literacy and/or learning skills and STARTTS information, referral and counselling as required.

AMEP courses offer up to 510 hours of English language training to recent arrivals, leading to the awards of the Certificate of Spoken and Written English Levels 1, 2, and 3 where appropriate. This competency based course aims to develop proficiency in speaking, listening, reading and writing.

The TAFE Statement in English for TAFE is specifically designed to provide English language tuition to students who wish to proceed to TAFE courses (and then potentiallyto universities) in Australia.The delivery of the course can be tailored to meet the individual needs of each student by drawing on a wide range of resources relevant to their further study.Course material is drawn from a broad range of areas most popular with international students, including Business, Marketing, Information Technology or Tourism and Hospitality.

This course develops all four English language skills at Intermediate level.

A learning activity for people who are unable to attend classes for whatever reason. Home study involves using workbooks, tapes and video based on real life to help people learn English for everyday situations. Regularcontact with a teacher provides support and feedback.

This course provides for up to 400 hours of free English language training for adults from non-English speaking background.

Begins to develop the skills necessary to undertake further professional studies to become a translator or interpreter. This is an introduction to the theory and practice in Australia but is not a preparation course for NAATI registration. This requires a considerably higher level of English.

>Develops English language skills in a medical context. >Develops the skills and exam practice for students preparing to sit to for the Occupational English Test(OET) for overseas-trained health professionals.

This course concentrates on developing all 4 English language skills and provides students with information about community services and resources (eg. services, accommodation, transport, shopping, medical care).

This course develops English language proficiency in needs-based contexts which provide information on the Australian way of life and advice on accessing essential services(eg. employment, health services, shopping, educational options). All four skills are taught.

These courses develop reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. They also develop study skills and grammar and pronunciation are integrated into the courses.Skills are developed through themes eg Health, Housing, Shopping etc to help new arrivals with settlement.

Students may use the facilities to plan and follow an independent learning program. Facilities include textbooks, reading material (books, magazines etc), audio and video tapes and worksheets. ILC Multimedia centres have computers with Internet access and a range of programs to enhance English language learning.