10365NAT – Certificate IV in Spoken and Written English – Further Studies

COURSE DURATION

Full time: 31 tuition Weeks
Part Time: Up to 2 years (Domestic Student only)

DELIVERY METHOD

This course can be delivered in number of ways, Kindly refer below Delivery Method tab for your preference.

COURSE START DATE

Online / Distance : Anytime (Domestic Students) Face to Face: "Click to refer Intake Calendar"

UNITS OF COMPETENCY

7 Units of Competency

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Course Code : 10365NAT
CRICOS course code:085184F

ELIGIBILITY
FOR DOMESTIC STUDENT
  • Over 18 years old at the time of enrolment
  • Successful completion of IIPD`s language, literacy and numeracy assessment

FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENT
  • IELTS 5.5 / TOEFL 46 / PTE Academic 42 / CAE 47 / OET Pass / TOEFL PBT 527 or equivalent
  • Students seeking admission must have completed year 12 or equivalent Australian qualifications in their country.
  • 18 years or above at the time of enrolment
See Department of Immigration and Border Protection website: www.border.gov.au for more details on assessment level requirements for your country.
COURSE OVERVIEW
This qualification focuses specifically on the development of spoken and written language skills required to continue with higher education studies. It provides a general education curriculum for English as an additional language (EAL) language and literacy education primarily targeted to students who need to develop higher-level language skills to enter higher education or higher-level training.

This is an advanced course for learners who have developed some competence in English language and literacy skills and who have had fair degree of formal or informal exposure to English.

Educational outcomes:
• Language knowledge
• Understanding academic culture
• Identifying critical stance in texts
• identifying conventions for referencing other people’s ideas
• Reading a variety of texts
• Note-taking
• Interpreting diagrammatic texts
• Interpreting essay questions
• Researching, planning and writing essays
• Researching, planning and writing reports
• Understanding lectures and presentations
• Delivering presentations with visual support
• Participating in discussions/tutorials
• Pronunciation for further studies
COURSE STRUCTURE
This course consists of 7 units of competency, 1 unit of competency is core and 6 units of competency are electives. Students must successfully complete all units to gain their qualification.

Training delivery consists of formal structured training and assessment of the practical application of the theoretical knowledge acquired through the structure training over the duration of the training program.
UNITS OF COMPETENCY
Core Units:
SWELRN401ALearning Strategies for further studies

Elective Units:
SWEREA404AReading skills and note-taking for further studies
SWEPER405AWritten skills for persuasive essays
SWELIS407AListening and taking notes in presentations
SWESPE408ASpeaking and writing skills for presentations
SWEDIS409ASpeaking skills for discussions
SWEKNO402ALanguage knowledge
DELIVERY METHODS & ASSESSMENT METHODS
This course is delivered in following ways:
  • Classroom based (Face to Face)*
  • Online
  • Distance based learning

  • * Requires a minimum of 20 hours weekly Classroom based study.

    Assessment is based on competency (the ability to demonstrate specific skills) and is undertaken through a combination which may consist of classroom observation, discussion, case studies, role plays & written assignments and the work placement.
    COURSE FEE
    Refer to IIPD course fees and Charges