Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) course - if you can communicate in basic English and read short articles in a newspaper, then this EAL course is perfect for you. This course will assist you to improve your English speaking, listening, reading and writing skills. By the end of this course, you will be able to understand and repond to most daily conversations and exchanges, write at least a paragraph on a chosen subject and read a range of short written texts.
And if you are an eligible Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) client, you could attend 510 hours of English tuition within the first five years of your arrival without paying course fees.
15 Nov 2019 at 01:00PM AEST
All year round
Full time: 6 months (4 days a week 9:30 am to 3pm)
Part time: options available (the time taken to complete this course will vary depending on your input)
For information regarding dates such as enrolment, orientation and study breaks please visit the Academic Calendars page.
This course is designed to improve your English skills. As your English skills improve, so will your chances of finding work.
You may be eligible for the AMEP if you are a permanent resident of Australia or you hold an eligible temporary visa. For a full list of eligible temporary visas, please visit the Australian Department of Education - Visas page.
In addition, you must meet the following time frames from the date of your visa commencement or arrival in Australia to remain eligible:
All learners are to undergo an Initial Assessment (IA) conducted by qualified assessors from BHI/CAE prior to being accepted into the program.
For more information, call one of our centres.
AMEP Box Hill
Phone 03 8892 1223
SMS +61 429 838 674 (any language)
Phone 03 8892 1220
SMS +61 429 775 331 (any language)
Phone 03 8892 1210
SMS +61 447 101 885 (any language)
Phone 03 8892 1212
SMS +61 447 101 885
Successful completion will enable you to study in the Certificate III course and enhance your English skills. You may also wish to enrol in our SLPET Program (Settlement Language Pathways to Employment and Training).
This course is government accredited and has national recognition
The qualification is aligned with the Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) level 2
This training is provided to eligible individuals with funds made available by the Commonwealth and Victorian Governments
|Tuition Fee Type||Estimated Fee|
|Gov. Subsidised - Standard||$0.00|
|Service Fees||Estimated Annual Fees|
|Service & Amenities*||$155.00|
|Core Skills Support**||$75.00|
|Annual Material Fees||No materials fee applies|
|Retain Course Items***||No fee applies|
To be eligible for this award, learners must successfully complete a total of 8 units comprising:
This unit describes the skills and knowledge to identify current skills, plan future skills development with the guidance of an appropriate support person and maintain a record of progress toward goals.
Prerequisites: The required outcomes described in this unit contribute to the achievement of Australian Core Skills Framework indicators for Learning at Level 2: 2.01, 2.02.
Assessment: The following assessment methods are suitable for this unit: - oral or written questioning to assess knowledge of the process for developing, implementing and reviewing a learning plan - direct observation of the learner participating in the development and implementation of a learning plan - paper based or electronic portfolio of work samples that support achievement of learning goals
This unit describes the skills and knowledge required by EAL learners to participate in simple conversations and discussions on everyday topics, and to engage in routine transactions related to personal consumption of goods and services.
This unit describes the skills and knowledge required by EAL learners to read and write simple digital and/or print communications, and understand and complete digital and/or print transactional texts directly related to everyday routine social needs.
This unit describes the skills and knowledge required by EAL learners to understand and convey simple spoken information, and to follow and give routine directions and instructions.
This unit describes the skills and knowledge required by EAL learners to read and write simple routine digital and/or print instructional and informational texts.
This unit describes the skills and knowledge required by EAL learners to identify key community services to support everyday life.
Prerequisites: The Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF). They contribute directly to the achievement of ACSF indicators of competence for Oral Communication, Reading and Writing at Level 2
Assessment: The following are assessment methods for this unit: • observation of the learner locating self in the local community • portfolio of information on local community and recreation opportunities compiled by the learner • verbal questioning to confirm linguistic, sociolinguistic and cultural knowledge
This unit describes the knowledge and skills required by EAL learners to explore local or international current issues.
This unit describes skills and knowledge required by EAL learners to identify local transport options and the requirements for using them.
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