We offer a range of English as an Additional Language (EAL) Classes from beginners to advanced either accredited or pre-accredited.
Pre-accredited: Government subsidised pre-accredited training (ACFE) available for resident learners who are not eligible for AMEP.
For more information about course fees (click here) or see our current timetable for days and times (click here)! Call now to arrange a Placement Interview on 9578 8996. All students need to enrol before going to class. ENROL ANYTIME!
No English? Begin with A, B, C’s and building vocabulary slowly, this program is an introduction to the English language.
EAL 1 Post Beginners English – Certificate I in EAL (22484VIC)
This program aims to improve the students’ ability to be understood by others and covers how to interact with people during everyday activities.
EAL 2 Pre-Intermediate English – Certificate II in EAL (22485VIC)
A program where students become more familiar with life in Australia & develop skills to assist with everyday activities.
EAL 3 Post-Intermediate English – Certificate III in EAL (22486VIC)
A program suitable for students who would like to practice more complex language structures using a range of English exercises to enhance their language skills.
EAL 4 Advanced English – Certificate IV in EAL (22487VIC)
This course provides students with the skills to write reports and narratives, to locate news and current affairs articles in media publications and to deliver presentations & negotiate complex spoken exchanges.
ADULT MIGRANT ENGLISH PROGRAM
The Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) provides up to 510 hours of free English language tuition to eligible migrants to help learn foundation English language and settlement skills to enable confident participation in Australian Society. Organise an interview at our centre to see if you are eligible.
Students undertaking the AMEP program will study one of the accredited EAL Framework Courses from certificates 1 to 4.
The Adult Migrant English Program is funded by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training. To find out more information, click here.
This 8-week course will help students to learn more about the local area, everyday services, Australian history, culture, Government & geography, as well as useful Australian colloquialisms & vocabulary.
Language for Living
Learn and use everyday language in practical situations. Excursions to places like a local school, a restaurant or a football match to give students practice using their English and understanding Australian culture. The emphasis is on speaking and listening skills.