Essay Writing Courses Nsw

General English

English Language Programs

Course Number:  6545  CRICOS Code: 069146A 

This course is for students who want to improve their general English language proficiency, to travel in Australia or to communicate with native speakers in social or work situations. It develops basic grammar, speaking and listening, reading and writing as well as the skills and confidence to communicate in English.

Certificate II in Routine English for Speakers of Other Languages

Course Number:  10750   CRICOS Code: 096138K   National Code: 10590NAT

This course is designed for students who want to develop their English skills to an Intermediate or IELTS 4.5 level. You will acquire a range of English language and vocabulary structures to enable you to speak, listen, read and write in a variety of routine contexts. In addition you will improve your English pronunciation and grammar.

Entry Level

Beginner to Intermediate

Qualification

Certificate II in Routine English for Speakers of Other Languages

Locations

TAFE NSW English Language Centres in Sydney: TAFE NSW English Language Centres outside Sydney:

Certificate III in Advanced English for Further Study

Course Number:  10752   CRICOS Code: 096140E   National Code: 10593NAT

This course is for students who want to communicate more effectively with native speakers at work or in social situations, or who want to prepare to study in TAFE NSW or at an Australian university. It builds on academic English skills and includes researching, assignment preparation and essay writing.

Students who successfully complete this course are eligible for direct entry into TAFE NSW vocational programs if they meet the relevant academic requirements.

Entry Level

Intermediate approximately 4.5 in all areas of IELTS

Qualification

Certificate 3 in Advanced English for Further Study

Locations

TAFE NSW English Language Centres in Sydney: TAFE NSW English Language Centres outside Sydney:

Certificate 4 in English for Academic Purposes (EAP)

Course Number:  11994   CRICOS Code: 082393K   National Code: 082393K

This course prepares students for advanced study at TAFE NSW or at an Australian university. Advanced level students will develop academic English skills including academic reading and writing, and seminar presentations.

Most universities in NSW accept the EAP course. Visit Universities Admissions Centre (UAC) website - English Language Proficiency for futher information.

Entry Level

Intermediate to Advanced

Qualification

Certificate 4 in English for Academic Purposes

Locations

TAFE NSW English Language Centres in Sydney: TAFE NSW English Language Centres outside Sydney:

Cambridge Examination

Many employers recognise Cambridge English as a Foreign Language (EFL) certificates as proof of the holder's ability to use English to communicate effectively. The skills gained are of value in a wide range of work and social situations.

Entry Level

Intermediate to Advanced

Locations

At TAFE NSW English Language Centre:

First Certificate in English (FCE)

Course Entry Level: Intermediate

The course prepares students for the most popular of all the Cambridge examinations. Students are able to use a wide range of vocabulary in a variety of work and social situations. The examination consists of 5 papers: Reading, Writing, Use of English, Listening and Speaking.

Certificate in Advanced English (CAE)

Course Entry Level: Upper Intermediate

This course is for students who are able to use English fluently. Preparation for this very practical exam features many realistic tasks such as writing business letters, leaflets and brochures; vocabulary building through authentic reading; and emphasis on speaking and listening. Students also need a good grasp of grammar, which is tested both in real-world tasks and the Use of English paper. It is recommended for people who work at a managerial or professional level.

Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE)

Course Entry Level: Advanced

This course is for students who would like to enter university or another place of higher learning. It is an academic examination for people who have a wide vocabulary, enjoy literature and a range of other reading material, and can talk fluently on any topic.

Business English Certificate (BEC) Preliminary (Business English Certificate 1) Preparation for Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC)

Course Entry Level: Intermediate

This course is suitable for secondary school students and people in the work force who have started learning English later in life. It is also designed to encourage development towards BEC Vantage.

Business English Certificate (BEC) Vantage (Business English Certificate 2) Preparation for Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC)

Course Entry Level: Upper Intermediate

This course is for professionals with a good level of English who are interested in gaining an internationally recognised Business English Certificate. Students will acquire the necessary skills to feel confident in the competitive global business environment of today. The BEC Vantage comprises four papers: Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking.



TAFE NSW short courses help you to:

  • spark a new interest
  • gain new skills and knowledge to grow your business and advance your career
  • meet regulatory or legislative requirements for work
  • keep your skills up to date and earn Continuous Professional Development (CPD) points
  • prepare for study at university or TAFE.

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Spark a new interest and add to your skills and knowledge. Sydney TAFE offers a diverse range of short courses throughout the year including digital photography, studio lighting,  languages for travellers, ceramics, dog training,  graphic design, jewellery making, 3D animation and welding,

Courses are flexible with evening and weekend options and you'll have access to great facilities and equipment so you can really get hands-on.

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Expand your knowledge, pick up new skills to grow your business or take the next step upwards in your career. We offer hands-on courses throughout the year in property services (real estate salesperson), training and assessment (TAE), barista training, fashion design, promotions, social media, writing and presenting, websites, drafting (CAD), VM Ware (IT), and much more.

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Sydney TAFE is well connected with industry and understands the training you need to comply with regulations and legislative requirements.

If you’re working in an industry with Continuous Professional Development (CPD) requirements, Sydney TAFE offers a number of short courses accredited by relevant industry regulatory bodies.
Keep up to date with changes in your industry and maintain the quality and relevance of your skills while earning the CPD points you need for your certification or licensing.

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If you need to update your training qualifications for compliance reasons, Sydney TAFE offers flexible, short courses throughout the year including:

  • Food safety courses
  • Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) 
  • Responsible Conduct of Gambling (RCG)
  • Hotel Licensee's course (includes your RSA and RCG competency card)
  • Australian Marine Safety Australia (AMSA) certified courses
  • Security and Risk Management Certificate IV (2A NSW Security Licence)
  • Advanced Fire Fighting
  • Ship Security Awareness
  • Certificate of Registration (Property)

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TAFE NSW is endorsed to provide QTC Registered Professional Development for teachers accredited at Proficient Teacher. Let us help you develop and grow in your role to continue to do what you love: educate our future generations. Explore our full range of NESA-Registered teacher PD courses.

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Are you starting a degree or preparing to? We offer short courses to help you start your higher education or prepare for work with confidence.

If you’re preparing to study a degree at university or Sydney TAFE, bridge the gap between school and higher education with a short course in essential maths for higher education or academic transition skills.

Pick up essential skills in academic research, essay writing, Harvard referencing and critical thinking as well as career skills like effective workplace communications.

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If you are interested in creating a tailor-made program by combining individual units from a course or from different fields of study, a Selected Study Program can be arranged. To discuss your study needs and Selected Study Program options, call the Sydney TAFE Information Centre on 1300 360 601

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Call our Course Information Centre on 1300 360 601 or browse our TAFE NSW short courses.

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