Certificate I in Spoken and Written English
Program Code 10727NAT
Course Duration 2 days per week over 30 weeks
Delivery Mode Face to face training
Campus Location and Delivery Site 337-339 La Trobe Street and 338 Latrobe Street, Melbourne 3000
Best Western plus the Tudor Hotel, 1101 Whitehorse Rd, Box Hill VIC 3128
Course graduates develop foundational knowledge and skills in English language which enable them to interact with some autonomy and to take some initiative in a limited and predictable range of community, work and educational contexts. Students can also develop numeracy skills and knowledge to perform simple mathematical operations in highly familiar contexts. They can also begin to develop autonomous learning strategies to start learning English outside the classroom. The knowledge and skills developed through the course provide a firm foundation for further development of their English language skills.
This course is intended to provide participants with the following general education outcomes:
- learning skills to enter formal learning environments
- English language proficiency at the equivalence of International Second Language Proficiency Ratings (ISLPR®) 1+, International English Language Testing System (IELTS) 4 or Common European Framework (CEFR) A2+
- English language proficiency to meet some performance features of Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF) 1 indicators.
This course is available for domestic students only
Students who wish to undertake English courses will sit the English placement test. GBCA will place a student into the level according to the outcome of the placement test. The recommended entry point against the ACSF is Pre-Level 1.
|Module Code||Module Name|
|SWEELC001||Listen to and engage in short simple social conversations|
|SWEELT001||Listen to and engage in short simple spoken transactions|
|SWERWT001||Read and write simple social texts|
|SWERWT002||Read and write simple transactional texts|
|SWELRT001||Read and listen to simple information texts|
A variety of assessment methods will be used throughout the course, including: Observation, Written question and written assignment.