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22250VIC – Certificate I in EAL (Access)

Qualification: 22250VIC – Certificate I in EAL (Access)

Qualification CRICOS Code: 095081G

Qualification Status: Current

AQF Level: 1


Entry Requirement: Entry requirements for this qualification, is for learners to own or have read access to a computer and a willingness to learn and having ISLPR level 1. EIE will take English placement test to evaluate the level of English at entering into course 

A participant’s current English language skills. (The listening and Speaking and Reading and Writing units in the Framework will provide the basis for initial assessment processes and placement of participants at the appropriate proficiency level)

A participant prior formal education experience, both overseas and in Australia. Year 11 or Year 12 equivalent to Australian qualification


Total Core Units: 1

Total Electives Units: 7

Mode of Delivery: Face-to-face 20 hours per week.

Total Course Duration: 24 Weeks including one-week term break

               

Pathways for Students: 

The two levels in the EAL stream (Access and Further Study) provide a clear pathway for a wide range of learners who want to develop English language and literacy skills and knowledge to gain entry and participate effectively in the Australian educational system. Successfully completing the Certificate I in EAL (Access), student will able to proceed into Certificate II in EAL (Access).


Credit Transfer:

Credit may be awarded on the basis of a combination of credit transfer plus an individual RPL assessment for additional learning.

For international students, any reduction in overall course duration brought about by RPL/Credit transfer is reported via PRISMS and an appropriate eCoE issued.

For details, please refer to: http:www.empire.edu.au/policy ‘Advance Standing Policy and Procedure’


Course Assessment:

Assessments will be competency-based to meet the endorsed components of the 22250VIC Certificate I in EAL (Access) and comply with the principles of validity, reliability, fairness and flexibility. The assessment process will include theory and practical Assessment Tasks 

-       Portfolio

-       Written assessments

-       Verbal questions

-       Observation


Course Structure

Unit Code

 Unit Name

Nominal Hours

VU21454

Plan language learning with support

40

VU21450

Give and respond to short, simple verbal instructions and information

80

VU21449

Read and write short simple message and forms

80

VU21451

Participate in short simple exchanges

80

VU21448

Read and write short, simple information and instructional texts

80

VU20939

Recognise and interpret safety signs and symbols

20

VU20940

Recognise and use basic mathematical symbols and processes

20

BSBITU101A

Operate a personal computer

40




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