To assist adult learners from NESB to develop English language competencies necessary for engaging in business in Australia.

To develop the language skills necessary for written business communication.

>To develop English language skills to meet vocational objectives. >To enable integration into employment requiring a professional standard of communication skills. >To improve business English in speaking,listening,reading and writing. To improve specific areas of need eg. presentation skills, telephone skills and techniques, report writing and business writing skills, negotiation skills and public speaking.

To prepare women from refugee and non-English speaking background for employment opportunities in the Australian workforce by providing language skills and knowledge toassist in job seeking and workplace practice.

This training program is specifically designed for jobseekers who need to develop or enhance their employability skills.

This course provides frameworks and strategies for a range of workplace communication skills. It also examines cross-cultural issues which may affect the ability to speak with confidence.

This course focuses on the language and interpersonal skills needed to provide a high quality service to both internal and external customers.

To develop strategies to deal with the variety of task types in the IELTS test.

The course is for people from non-English speaking backgrounds to develop their language and study skills while training in one of the vocational areas. It is a shorter version of EVP Certificate III.

To develop ability to read, interpret and write workplace documents.

To improve ability to communicate in a business environment with colleagues, clients and customers.

The course aims to improve English pronunciation skills, paying particular attention to developing fluency and clarity. The emphasis is on practising listening and conversational skills.

To develop the communication skills and job seeking strategies of skilled NESB migrants with overseas experience so that they can successfully compete for employment commensurate with their experience and qualifications.

This course explores effective ways of using the voice to convey both information and attitude in English.

This course provides a framework and ample opportunity to practise public speaking in an English speaking context.

To prepare students to successfully understand the Cambridge First Certificate in English.

To prepare students for BEC 2, through the introduction, development and practice of the language skills and functions needed in the reading, writing, listening and speaking components of the test.

To prepare students for BEC through the introduction, development and practice of the language skills, strategies and functions needed in the reading, writing, listening andspeaking components of the test.

This course is designed to provide practice in the spoken and written skills needed to maximize effectiveness in leading or taking part in workplace meetings.

This course helps you improve your reading, writing and maths for your job, for further studies or personal reasons.

To develop the skills needed to write a wide range of letters and memos.

This course explores the theory of negotiation and conflict resolution, as well as providing hands-on practice in one-to-one and group negotiation.

To develop communication and language skills suitable for business.

This course is for adults who want to improve their literacy and numeracy skills in order to go onto further study or to get a job.

To develop language skills for employment and to assist learners to clarify work options in the current labour market context.

>To develop language skills conducive to improved workplace performance.>To facilitate promotional and training opportunities.>To develop cross cultural strategies and perspectives in workplace interaction.

English and computer skills for students planning to go to higher education or into the workforce.

This course provides:> insights into the art of conversation> insights into the cultural role of conversation> practice in casual conversation.

Through consultation, research and analysis, an Outreach Co-ordinator will identify groups of people who are under-represented in TAFE NSW college enrolments.

Type: Outreach

To prepare students to enter Australian tertiary institutes through focussing on the micro-skills necessary for them to compete with Australian students in all four skill areas of reading, listening, speaking and writing.