CRICOS Code: 086298K
Course Name: 10364NAT Certificate III in Spoken and Written English
6,900 AUD Tuition fee
250 AUD Enrolment fee
350 AUD Training resources
7,500 AUD Total course cost
Note: The total course costs will be split evenly across 2 terms of study.
Overseas Students Health Cover
All overseas students are required to have Overseas Students Health Cover (OSHC) for the entire duration of their student visa. Overseas students will be charged an additional fee for OSHC. The OSHC rate will vary depending on the personal status i.e. single, couple or with siblings and duration of stay in Australia. Please visit the following link for further details: http://www.ahm.com.au
26 weeks including 2 weeks of break between 2 study terms.
Out of class activities up to 8 hours per week.
Full-time overseas students – 20 contact hours per week.
ACSF Level 3
ACSF tested by Ironwood English Language Literacy Assessment
For detailed entry requirements please refer to Entry Requirements
This is English as an Additional Language (EAL) language and literacy education program and will enable students to develop language skills to participate in the community, work and vocational education programs. The program focuses on spoken skills including participating in discussions; negotiation and conducting presentations. Students will compose formal correspondence and apply mathematical skills. This course is ideal for students who are seeking an intermediate course who have developed a survival level of English, literacy and numeracy skills. The program has been especially designed for international students who want to improve their English as an additional language skills or those who want to move into higher level VET qualifications such as the Diploma of Business/Management/ Marketing/ Agribusiness or Horticulture.
The learning outcomes include:
- Developing strategies to study in a range of learning environments
- Comprehending and participating in casual spoken exchanges
- Comprehending and negotiating complex exchanges
- Participating in interviews
- Comprehending and conducting presentations
- Comprehending and participating in discussions
- Composing formal correspondence
- Completing formatted texts
- Comprehending and composing narrative texts
- Comprehending and composing information texts
- Comprehending and composing discussions and expositions
- Comprehending and composing job seeking texts
- Comprehending news stories and advertisements
- Comprehending and composing visual texts
- Comprehending and giving complex instructions
- Language for job seeking
- Comprehending and performing multi-step mathematical operations
- Applying and interpreting mathematical information
Face to face classroom and simulated environment training.
- Group discussion / activities
- Case studies / scenarios
- Role plays
- Independent research
- Computer based activities
- Written and spoken exercises
On successful completion of this course you will be awarded with 10364NAT Certificate III in Spoken and Written English. Students who successfully complete only one or more units of competency within this Qualification will receive a Statement of Attainment.
Note: Completion of an Ironwood course does not guarantee an employment outcome.
On successful completion this program provides students with a pathway to move into qualifications at the ACSF Level 4 such as the Diploma of Business/ Management/Marketing/Agribusiness or Horticulture.
Units of Competency
Consistent with Qualification Rules and prerequisite requirements the qualification offered by Ironwood comprises the following units of competence.
- SWELRN301A Module A Advanced learning strategies
- SWEEXC303A Module C Comprehending and negotiating complex exchanges
- SWEPRE305A Module E Comprehending and conducting presentations
- SWEDIS306A Module F Comprehending and participating in discussions
- SWECOR307A Module G Composing formal correspondence and completing formatted texts
- SWEINF308A Module H Comprehending and composing complex information texts
- SWEDSN310A Module J Comprehending and composing discussions
- SWEINS314A Module N Comprehending and giving complex instructions
- SWEMAT317A Module Q Applying and interpreting mathematical information
For further details please visit http://www.training.gov.au
There will be monthly intake for on-shore students and a quarterly intake for overseas students. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for confirmed dates.