Certificate I IN EAL (ACCESS)

Certificate I IN EAL (ACCESS)
Starts from:Thu, June 30, 2022
Campus Location

Units of Study
  • VU21454 Plan language learning with support
  • VU21451 Participate in short simple exchanges
  • VU21450 Give and respond to short, simple verbal instructions
  • VU21449 Read and write short simple messages and forms
  • VU21448 Read and write short, simple informational and
  • VU21444 Identify Australian leisure activities
  • VU21307 Work with numbers and money in simple familiar
  • VU21446 Use basic digital technology language and skills
Class Description

The purpose of the EAL Frameworks Certificate I (Access) modules being offered by ACBM is to develop the abilities necessary for effective use of written and spoken English in a range of contexts including – further study and training, community and social participation, independent self-expression and critical thinking, and participation in the workplace.

Entry Requirements
A proficiency in English equivalent to ISLPR 1, which is an approximate equivalent IELTS average below 3.0 is required. All applicants are interviewed before placement in the program. A placement test (pre-training review) is conducted as per policy of ACBM to confirm your English ability on commencement.

If you are applying for either full RPL or single unit RPL, please discuss this with the enrolment officer before completing the Training Registration Form so that the appropriate RPL procedure can be identified.