Course in Preliminary Spoken and Written English
National Course Code: 10725NAT
This nationally accredited Preliminary Spoken and Written English course will help you to communicate in social situations. Designed for English beginners, you will practise speaking, listening, reading and writing. Gain confidence in using English in everyday situations.
LEARN NEW SKILLS
Through a mix of theory and practical course work, learn to:
- Write the English alphabet
- Use words for food, money and time
- Make simple conversation
- Write your name and address
- Read street and shop signs
DEVELOP YOUR TALENT
Develop the attributes to help you get ahead:
- Gain the confidence to use English in everyday life
- Improve your communication skills
ACHIEVE YOUR GOALS
Completing this course provides you with:
- An insight into Australian culture and life in Australia
- A strong base to continue your English language studies
- Good English language skills will help you grow your career in the industry of your choice
GROW YOUR CAREER
Take your study to the next level with:
- Certificate I in Spoken and Written English
- Certificate II in Spoken and Written English
This course is currently available at 26 campus locations across NSW. Enquire now for other locations.
You will have:
- Beginner English language skills
- A need to improve your English language skills
- An interest in learning new things
Assessments are completed with your teacher and you will be tested on:
- Writing skills
In this course, you will study Beginner English for use in everyday conversations.
Once you have successfully completed the Preliminary course, you can enrol in a Certificate I course and gain additional English language skills.
You will gain basic skills to use in social situations in your community, including:
- Introducing yourself to people
- Listening to people speak English
- Reading signs and simple texts
- Writing your name and other personal information
- You will learn English in a classroom on campus with a teacher
- If you are an eligible AMEP student (studying by distance), you will join your teacher online from home, your local library or your local community centre
Note: If you are not eligible for AMEP distance learning, you must attend class in person.