22256VIC – Certificate IV in EAL (Access)
Qualification Code: 22256VIC / CRICOS Course No: 091770D
Certificate IV in EAL (Access) outcomes focus on the consolidation of advanced English language speaking, listening, reading and writing skills to access a range of community options.
Outcomes include a range of complex communication, language and literacy skills and knowledge in English, development of cultural knowledge and skills.
Certificate IV in EAL (Access) is designed for students with considerable English language skills who are starting to communicate effectively in a wide range of formal and informal situations in their social and community life, as well as in the workplace.
The purpose of this qualification is to enable those seeking to further develop their existing knowledge and skills in English to participate effectively in the community, including leadership roles. Speak to our enrolment department if this sounds like you.
Applicants must be 18 years of age. Participants in the 22256VIC Certificate IV in EAL (Access) should have literacy and language skills to participate in a range of straightforward interactions and transactions in social and community contexts.
Certificate IV in EAL (Access) should be determined through Pre-Training Test using assessment tools relevant to particular program.
Learners entering Level IV in EAL framework are identified as ACSF Level 3 or ISLPR Level 2+ or equivalent.
In addition to the admission and entry requirements, all students will undertake a Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) test through the enrolment process to determine if any students require LLN support in completing the course. The test will occur prior to course commencement and will be assessed by a qualified Trainer.
If the student cannot complete the LLN test satisfactory then an LLN Report will be completed which includes the required action to be taken to assist the students to be able to complete the course.
Course Price: For more details, please contact Dalton College Administration
The delivery will occur over 50-week period including holidays with 20 hours of student contact time through scheduled classes 3 days per week.
Term 1: 10 weeks Term break: 2 weeks
Term 2: 10 weeks Mid term break: 4 weeks
Term 3: 10 weeks Term break: 2 weeks
Term 4: 8 weeks Break: 4 weeks
Units of Competency
|VU21353||Research pathways and produce a learning plan and portfolio||40||2|
|VU21474||Analyse and participate in complex conversations||120||6|
|VU21475||Give and respond to a wide range of oral presentations and instructions||120||6|
|VU21476||Read and write complex communications and transactional texts||120||6|
|VU21477||Read and write complex instructions and advisory texts||120||6|
|VU21479||Research features of Australian Government||80||4|
|VU21482||Research current issues||80||4|
|VU21389||Design and review a project||80||4|