10364NAT - Certificate III in Spoken and Written English

Course Details

Course Summary

The 10364NAT Certificate III in Spoken and Written English provides a general education curriculum framework for English as an additional language (EAL) language and literacy education primarily targeted to newly arrived migrants and refugees who need to develop language skills to participate in a range of community contexts.

Course Details

Course Type Qualification
Student Availability
  • Domestic
Fees
Full Fee $1964 (2018)
$1964 (2019)
Fee for service per unit $218 (2019)
Subsidised full fee per unit $69 (2019)
Subsidised concession fee per unit $69 (2019)
For detailed information on Course Fees, visit www.cqu.edu.au/fees
Application Mode
  • Direct To University
How to Apply Please Enquire
Study Area
  • Work and Study Preparation
Skill Area
  • General Education and Training
AQF Level Level 3: Certificate III

Admission Codes

International Students
CRICOS Codes
Not Applicable

Entry Requirements

The entry point into 10364NAT Certificate III in Spoken and Written English should be through diagnostic screening assessment tasks using assessment tools relevant to particular programs.

Student Outcomes, Career Opportunities and Occupations

1. Students will receive a Result of Assessment within 21 days of completion of each unit/module or within 21 days of the ‘close of study’ date.
2. Students who successfully complete all required units/modules will receive their qualification and an Academic Statement itemising all units/modules successfully completed.
3. Following receipt of written advice from the student (or teacher) that the student does not intend to complete the full course, the student will be issued with a Statement of Attainment listing all units/modules successfully completed.

This course can improve your prospects to undertake further education and training or employment. Acquire vital skills in basic everyday transactional needs, listening, speaking, reading and writing, through to skills to effectively engage in work, community and further studies.

Course Structures

In order to complete this course, you must:

  1. Complete 1 core units
  2. Complete 6 elective units
Standard Course Structure

12 - 18 months

  • On-campus
Core
SWELRN301A Advanced learning strategies More Information
Elective
SWECOR307A Composing formal correspondence and completing formatted texts More Information
SWEDSN310A Comprehending and composing discussions More Information
SWEEXP311A Comprehending and composing expositions More Information
SWEVIS312A Comprehending and composing visual texts More Information
SWEPRE305A Comprehending and conducting presentations More Information
SWEEXC303A Comprehending and negotiating complex exchanges More Information
SWECON302A Comprehending and participating in casual conversations More Information
SWEDIS306A Comprehending and participating in discussions More Information
SWEINT304A Comprehending and participating in interviews More Information
SWEADS313A Comprehending news stories and advertisements More Information
SWECAL316A Comprehending and Performing Multiple-Step Calculations More Information
SWEINF308A Comprehending and composing complex information texts More Information
SWEINS314A Comprehending and Giving Complex Instructions More Information
SWEJOB315A Language Skills for Jobseeking More Information
SWEMAT317A Applying and Interpreting Mathematical Information More Information
SWENAR309A Comprehending and Composing Narrative Texts More Information

Unit Sequence

For the following units, you may choose your own order of study, while taking into account pre-requisite requirements and the unit availability.
Unit Code Unit Name
SWELRN301A Advanced learning strategies
SWEINT304A Comprehending and participating in interviews
SWEMAT317A Applying and Interpreting Mathematical Information
SWEJOB315A Language Skills for Jobseeking
SWEINS314A Comprehending and Giving Complex Instructions
SWEINF308A Comprehending and composing complex information texts
SWECAL316A Comprehending and Performing Multiple-Step Calculations
SWEADS313A Comprehending news stories and advertisements
SWEDIS306A Comprehending and participating in discussions
SWECOR307A Composing formal correspondence and completing formatted texts
SWECON302A Comprehending and participating in casual conversations
SWEEXC303A Comprehending and negotiating complex exchanges
SWEPRE305A Comprehending and conducting presentations
SWEVIS312A Comprehending and composing visual texts
SWEEXP311A Comprehending and composing expositions
SWEDSN310A Comprehending and composing discussions
SWENAR309A Comprehending and Composing Narrative Texts

Course Assessment Information

Assessment Types
Written/Electronic Assessment
Practical Task
RPL
Course Learning Outcomes
Where and when can I start?
The availabilities listed here are for 2019 and beyond.
Please view the more details information for any additional information related to the intakes

There are currently no intakes for this course.
2018 Intakes
The availabilities listed here are for 2018.

On-campus

There are twelve course intakes for 2018, available monthly from January to December.
12 - 18 months
This course is available to study on-campus at the following locations:

CQUniversity Rockhampton City
Day classes are held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays each week in Building B, Room 2.28 from 9 am to 2.30 pm. Evening classes are held on Monday and Wednesday nights each week at Building B, Room 2.28 from 5.30 pm to 8 pm.

CQUniversity Mackay City
Classes are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 am – 2.30 pm at Building 3, Room 1.21

CQUniversity Gladstone Marina
Classes are held on Thursdays and Fridays each week from 8.30 am - 2.15 pm at Room G.10.

CQUniversity Emerald
Classes are held on Mondays and Tuesdays each week at Building 1, Room 1.02.
Monday classes are held from 9 am - 3.30 pm and Tuesday classes are held from 9 am - 2.30 pm.

CQUniversity Biloela
Classes are held on Thursdays from 6.30 pm – 8.30 pm and Fridays 9 am – 12 noon, in Room G.02.
For individual class days and times for each intake please check the TAFE Timetable located here
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What job could training lead to?

With the language and literacy skills learnt in this course you can improve your prospects to undertake further education and training or employment.


What will I receive?

On successful completion learners will receive a Certificate III in Spoken and Written English or a Statement of Attainment for competencies completed.


Is what I already know taken into account?

Yes. Your history of study, skills and experience does matter. Consideration is given to your prior life and work experiences as well as formal and informal training. This may be applied using the national standard for Mutual Recognition or through Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). Documentary evidence will be requested.


How long will the training take?

Approximately 500 hours of study time will be involved however, the training duration will depend on the electives and study mode selected.


Can I go on to further training?

Completion of this course may assist entering further education and training in other areas. Depending on your desired outcomes, CQUniversity has a wide range of training pathways that may suit you.


What else might I find useful?

Financial assistance with fees may be available through concessions or via ‘Time to Pay’ payment plan. This and other information such as student support, study and library assistance can be found at www.cqu.edu.au/current-student


Am I eligible?

An initial assessment of prior learning is made to determine an entry point for the learner. Some clients may be eligible under the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP). Prior to enrolment you should contact CQUniversity to schedule your assessment and to discuss your planned personal preferences for job outcomes. This will assist us to match your preferences to your entry and exit points in a qualification. Consideration will be given to your academic and/or work histories.