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SCEI recommends that students with low levels of English language proficiency undertake any or all of the EAL courses prior to commencing a VET or pathway course. Completing one or more of these EAL courses will prepare the student for entry into and successful completion of their chosen VET or pathway course.

22255VIC – Certificate III in EAL (Further Study)

The 22255VIC Certificate III in EAL (Further Study) is designed for learners who want to develop advanced English skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing to prepare for further studies or work.

To ensure an appropriate learning opportunity, candidates need to demonstrate a capacity to undertake study at Certificate III level, this can be demonstrated via the following:

  • Successful completion of 22251VIC Certificate II in EAL (Access)
  • Successful completion of Language, Literacy and Numeracy Indicator Test
  • Aged 18 years or above

After achieving this Certificate III course, students may continue their studies in:

  • 22258VIC Certificate IV EAL (Further Study)
  • Certificate III or IV level vocational qualification

Core Units

  • VU21323 – Develop and document a learning plan and portfolio
  • VU21499 – Give straightforward oral presentations for further study
  • VU21500 – Participate in a range of straightforward interactions for further study
  • VU21501 – Read and write straightforward texts for research purposes
  • VU21502 – Analyse and produce texts relevant to further study
  • VU21503 – Listen and take notes for research
  • VU21504 – Use language learning strategies and study skills

Elective Units

  • VU21470 – Investigate issues in the Australian environment
  • VU21473 – Investigate Australian art and culture

*Elective units have been selected by SCEI in consultation with industry experts and are a reduced list from the qualification packaging rules specified electives list.

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DURATION

Full time,
36 weeks

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MODE OF STUDY

On Campus

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ASSESSMENTS

Assessment is both formative and summative and may include a combination of

  • interviews
  • presentations
  • projects
  • written assessments and case studies.

22255VIC – Certificate III in EAL (Further Study)

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The 22255VIC Certificate III in EAL (Further Study) is designed for learners who want to develop advanced English skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing to prepare for further studies or work.

  • Successful completion of Year 11 or Certificate II in EAL or equivalent OR
  • Minimum English level of IELTS 4.5 or equivalent. Students originating from student visa assessment level 1 & 2 countries according to immigration classification, without the required IELTS scores can undertake Language, Literacy and Numeracy Indicator Test.

To ensure an appropriate learning opportunity, candidates need to demonstrate a capacity to undertake study at Certificate III level, this can be demonstrated via the following:

After achieving this Certificate III course, students may continue their studies in:

  • 22258VIC Certificate IV EAL (Further Study)
  • Certificate III or IV level vocational qualification

Core Units

  • VU21323 – Develop and document a learning plan and portfolio
  • VU21499 – Give straightforward oral presentations for further study
  • VU21500 – Participate in a range of straightforward interactions for further study
  • VU21501 – Read and write straightforward texts for research purposes
  • VU21502 – Analyse and produce texts relevant to further study
  • VU21503 – Listen and take notes for research
  • VU21504 – Use language learning strategies and study skills

Elective Units

  • VU21470 – Investigate issues in the Australian environment
  • VU21473 – Investigate Australian art and culture

*Elective units have been selected by SCEI in consultation with industry experts and are a reduced list from the qualification packaging rules specified electives list.

...

DURATION

Full time,
36 weeks

...

MODE OF STUDY

On Campus

...

ASSESSMENTS

Assessment is both formative and summative and may include a combination of

  • interviews
  • presentations
  • projects
  • written assessments and case studies.