Stanley College
Stanley College

10727NAT Certificate I in Spoken and Written English

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This course is only available to local students participating in the Jobs and Skills WA funded program.

Suggested Pathway for this course

Course overview

If you have already had some exposure to English, but are looking to take the next step, this course will develop your English language abilities to better socialize, work and study. You will gain confidence using your English language skills outside the class room and you will learn how to improve your English language skills after completing the course.

Course Summary

  • Duration: 20 weeks + up to 6 weeks of holidays

  • Students: Local

  • Non-Concession Course Fee^: $96.60

  • Funding: Government Funding Available (Local Students)

  • Intakes:
    2021: Every two weeks, from 18 Jan
    2022: Every two weeks, from 10 Jan

About Course

Course Duration

This course is delivered over 20 weeks + up to 6 weeks of holidays. Classes are rostered for 3 days per week + self-study component.

Full Time studies requires students to attend a minimum of 20 scheduled course contact hours per week.

Study Modes

The delivery methods for this course include:

  • Face-to-face classroom-based learning
  • Group-work
  • Oral presentations
  • Discussion groups
  • Vocabulary building exercises

Course Content

Students must successfully complete the following units:

  • 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
  • SWELRT001 Read and listen to simple information texts
  • SWERWI001 Read and write simple personal information

Course Entry Requirements

English Proficiency
Beginner Level of English:

  • IELTS 3 or a recognized benchmarked test with equivalents to A1 on the CEFR
    OR
  • Completion of the Stanley College placement test with a Beginner result
    OR
  • Completion of 10725NAT Course in Preliminary Spoken and Written English

Course Prerequisite Requirements

No prerequisite entry requirements exist for this course.

Sample Timetable for English Language Courses

The following timetable is a sample only. All classes cover reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. Classes are rostered for 3 days per week (20 hours per week).

CLASS DAY & TIME
Schedule 1: Weekday (Day) Monday to Wednesday – 8.30am – 3:40pm
Schedule 2: Weekday (Day) Wednesday to Friday – 8.30am – 3:40pm

Cost

Funding is available for Local Students ONLY under the Jobs and Skills WA Program:
Non-Concession Course Fee^:$96.60
For more information on Funded Courses including Entry Requirements, click here

^Student Tuition Fees – The Student tuition fees are indicative only and are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment. Additional fees may apply such as Student service and resource fees. Prices quoted are calculated at the concession rate unless otherwise specified. Eligibility criteria apply. Prices as per the VET Fees and Charges Policy 2021.

Please familiarise yourself with Stanley College’s Refund and Cancellation Policy.

Intakes

2021
Every two weeks, from 18 Jan
2022
Every two weeks, from 10 Jan

Further Studies

On completion of the 10727NAT Certificate I in Spoken and Written English, students may pursue a 10728NAT Certificate II in Spoken and Written English at Stanley College or other Government Registered Training Organisations.

Other Expenses

For other fees and expenses including Administration Fee, Health Cover, Recognition of Prior Learning, Late and Reassessment Fees click here.

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