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Learners will develop English language and literacy skills to undertake further education and training, seek and maintain employment and participate in the general community. The learning focus of this qualification is on spoken and written English for basic social needs and routine situations for everyday commerce, recreation and linguistically undemanding vocational fields.
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10364NAT Certificate III in Spoken and Written English 
CRICOS Course Code: 093005C

Duration: 52 weeks (1 year)
Fee: $14,000 + $200 enrolment fee + $100 materials fee

Intake Dates:

2017 Start 01-May-17 29-May-17 24-Jul-17 21-Aug-17 09-Oct-17 20-Nov-17  
Finish 27-Apr-18 25-May-18 20-Jul-18 17-Aug-18 05-Oct-18 16-Nov-18  
 
2018 Start 22-Jan-18 26-Mar-18 02-Apr-18 30-Apr-18 28-May-18 23-Jul-18 19-Nov-18
Finish 18-Jan-19 22-Mar-19 29-Mar-19 25-Apr-19 22-May-19 15-Jul-19 07-Nov-19

About this course

Learners will develop English language and literacy skills to undertake further education and training, seek and maintain employment and participate in the general community. The learning focus of this qualification is on spoken and written English for basic social needs and routine situations for everyday commerce, recreation and linguistically undemanding vocational fields.

Entry requirements

Applicants must have developed a survival level of English and literacy skills and have had some formal or informal exposure to English.
The copyright holder NSW Adult Migrant English Service (NSW AMES) specifies an entry level for this qualification of ISLPR 1+ (IELTS 4.0)/ACSF Level 3 (post-beginner).
Applicants must be at least 18 years of age, and have completed schooling to year 12 in Australia or the equivalent in their own country

Possible career outcomes

Learners will develop the employability skills of communication, teamwork, problem solving, initiative and enterprise, planning and organisation, self-management, learning, and technology.  

In conformance with the duration (500 hours + 700 hours out-of-class study) stipulated by the copyright holder AMES, this course is to be delivered over a total period of 52 weeks, including a minimum 15 scheduled course contact hours of face-to-face delivery per week, plus 5 hours of self-study per week, over 38 academic weeks, with 14 weeks of term breaks:

Term 1

Break

Term 2

Break

Term 3

Break

Term 4

Break

11 weeks

4 weeks

9 weeks

4 weeks

9 weeks

4 weeks

9 weeks

2 weeks

 
The self-study hours will be used to complete written assessments and/or activities provided by the trainer.

The delivery sequence and unit durations are as follows (20 hrs = 1 week)

Unit

Total hours

Classroom hours

Self-study hours

SWELRN301A Advanced learning strategies

20

15

5

SWECON302A Comprehending and participating in casual conversations

80

60

20

SWEADS313A Comprehending news stories and advertisements

80

60

20

SWEDIS306A Comprehending and participating in discussions

80

60

20

 

 

SWEPRE305A Comprehending and conducting presentations

80

60

20

SWEVIS312A Comprehending and composing visual texts

80

60

20

SWEINS314A Comprehending and giving complex instructions

120

90

30

SWECOR307A Composing formal correspondence and completing formatted texts

100

75

25

SWEEXC303A Comprehending and negotiating complex exchanges

120

90

30

Total hours

760

570

190

Fees    

$14,000 tuition fee + $200 enrolment fee + $200 materials fee = total fees of $14,400. All fees are in Australian dollars.

Other Fees

Non-enrolment fee schedule.

Cost Item

Cost (AUD)

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) Application

$150 per unit of study applied for

Airport pick up fee (if selected)

$200

Issuance of Replacement Statement of Attainment

$100

Issuance of Replacement Certificate

$100

Late Payment Penalty

$100 if the account is overdue by seven (7) days

Amendment of Enrolment Details Requiring Creation of a New e-CoE

$40 per e-CoE

 

Support Services

The college provides support students through a Student Academic Support Officer and a Student Counsellor. Both are available on the college campus from 9.00am to 2.00pm Monday to Friday.

Required Resources

Students will need to have access to document processing software, such as Microsoft Office, and a computer or laptop or access to these. The college does provide computers and software at no cost to students, but these are accessible during college hours only.

College Facilities

The college has modern classes equipped with whiteboards and projectors and a small library with books on loan or reading inside the library. It also has a computer room and a small break out area with kitchenette. Wi-Fi services are available at no cost to students.

Refunds

A full refund of fees will be paid when one of the following occurs:

  1. A student withdraws from a unit/s prior to the applicable census date
  2. An offer of enrolment is withdrawn by the college except where the offer was made on the basis of incorrect of incomplete information being supplied by the applicant
  3. The college is unable to provide the course or unit which the student is enrolled in
  4. The student is not permitted to enrol due to unit requirements, such as completing a pre-requisite unit, not being satisfied.

Full details of our refund policy is available on the college web site.

Student Rights

The college recognises the rights of students to have unhindered access to mediation. All students are able to access grievance procedures.

The college has a procedure dealing with non-academic grievances (as well as academic grievance). The procedure ensures:

  1. Each grievance, its appeal and its outcome are recorded in writing
  2. Each appeal is heard by an independent person to the matter or by a panel
  3. Each applicant has an opportunity to formally present their case
  4. Each appeal culminates in a written statement, provided by the college, of the appeal outcomes and reasons for the outcome.

Recognition of Prior Learning and Credit

Students can apply for recognition of prior learning (RPL) or credit transfer for this qualification if they have other relevant qualifications or current skills and knowledge in business. Students will be provided with appropriate RPL information to guide them through this process for either the full qualification or units of competency.

TMSS will also accept and provide credits to leaners for units of competency where they have provided the college with evidence such as AQF certification documentation issued by another RTO or authenticated VET transcript.  The college will ensure that learners are not required to repeat any unit in which they have already been assessed as competent.

College Location

The college is located in the heart of Sydney on the Ground Floor and Level 3 of 55-57 Wentworth Avenue, Sydney NSW 2000 Australia.
Our phone number is (02) 9119 3862

Testimonial

I wanted to study business in Australia, but I couldn’t speak good English before, and it wasn’t good enough for me to get into the business course. The year I spent on this course gave me time to really improve my English, and I’ve now got into the business course, and living and working in Australia is much easier for me. My teacher was very kind and patient.

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