Certificate IV in ESL (Further Study) 21940VIC
Once a student has completed Certificate IV in ESL further they can enrol in,
- Certificate IV in ESL (Professional)
- Certificate IV in ESL (Employment)
- Certificate IV in ESL (Access)
Other pathways could include further study at university or vocational studies, employment or voluntary work.
In this class students will:
- Improve speaking, listening, reading and writing
- Gain a better understanding of grammar
- Improve vocabulary and pronunciation
- Develop study and research skills
- Enhance computer skills
- Understand the Australian Education system and gain a broad appreciation of Australian History
Student is eligible for the award of Certificate IV in ESL Further Study, upon successfully complete all units shown below:
|VBQU142||Research pathways and produce a learning plan and portfolio|
|VPAU529||Give complex presentations for further study|
|VPAU530||Give and respond to a range of straightforward instructions and informational texts|
|VPAU499||Read and write simple personal letters and formatted texts|
|VPAU504||Analyse and participate in complex spoken discourse for further study|
|VPAU531||Read and write complex texts for research purposes|
|VPAU532||Read and write a range of complex texts for further study|
|VPAU533||Use a range of critical reading and writing skills for further study|
|VPAU534||Use language analysis skills to review own texts|
|VPAU517||Take notes from complex aural texts for further study|
How long is the course?
Full time: 20 weeks.
- All students will be interviewed by English as an Second Language teacher and will undertake a reading and writing test so that they can be placed in the most suitable class. Students must bring their passport or other proof of permanent residency.
- To enrol in Certificate IV in ESL Further Study applicants must have successfully completed the IELTS (International English Language Testing System) at exit level 5 / 5.5 or International Second Language Proficiency Rating Scales ISLPR 2+/3.
Skills Recognition allows for students to have previous formal and informal study, work and life experience recognised for the course in which they are enrolling. South Pacific staff can assess student’s existing skills through a recognition process. This process determines whether or not students are already competent in some of the subject areas or competences covered in the course.