This course is designed for people of all ages, from non-English speaking backgrounds. The Certificate I in EAL (Access) will help you to develop English language speaking, listening, reading and writing skills for everyday personal and social situations. It will also teach you how to take part in informal conversations, read and write informative advice, understand and respond to written and spoken information, understand the news and use the internet safely.
The course will also give you social, settlement and numeracy skills and knowledge to boost your confidence in a range of situations. It will also improve your skills to undertake further training and education and increase your employment opportunities.
EAL = English as an Additional Language
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Do you speak a language other than English at home?
When you finish the Certificate II in EAL (Access)* you will be able to use English every day with confidence.
You will be enrolled in the correct level based on your English knowledge. To successfully complete the Certificate II in EAL (Access) you'll need to enrol in all 5 core units plus 3 of the 4 elective units listed in the Units tab below.
*EAL = English as an Additional Language.
Improve your English skills
When you finish the Certificate II in EAL (Access) you will be able to use English every day with confidence.
Gain these skills:
- take part in informal conversations
- read and write informative advice
- understand and respond to written and spoken information
- understand the news
- use the internet safely
You will be enrolled in the correct level based on your English knowledge.
EAL = English as an Additional Language.
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