Certificate IV in Communicative TESOL

Australian Pacific College

This course aims to develop the skills and knowledge required for teaching English to non-English speaking learners in a variety of contexts both in Australia and overseas. It is designed for people who are qualified teachers in their own countries, but who wish to obtain a qualification in modern, communicative teaching techniques, focusing on the teaching of oral English; people who are not qualified teachers, but who wish to work as teaching assistants or otherwise in their own countries; or people who wish to teach in ELICOS colleges in Australia or EFL (English as a Foreign Language) overseas.

Course Fee:

$3,300.00

Entry Requirements:

Undergraduate degree in any discipline in an English-speaking country; Successful completion of the APC TESOL pre-course grammar test, IELTS proficiency level of 7 or above, or successful completion of the APC TESOL online grammar course

Subjects you can Study:

Speaking and listening literacy; Linguistics leadership principles for teachers; Learner assessment teaching teenagers; Teaching adults

Accepts International Students:

Yes

Provider CRICOS: 01331F (NSW/VIC/QLD); 03297J (QLD)

Campus ATAR/OP Mid Year Intake Study Mode Duration
Manly No info No 0.5 year
Manly No info No Full time 10 weeks
Manly No info No Part time
Established in 1993, Australian Pacific College (APC) is a Registered Training Organisation and Australian Government registered ELICOS (English Language Intensive Courses to Overseas Students) and NEAS (National English Language Teaching Accreditation Scheme) accredited centre. APC offers English, accounting, business, hospitality, human resources management, information technology, marketing, management, project management, social media marketing, tourism and TESOL courses. The College also offers a preparation course for vocational and higher education (English for Academic Purposes) and an IELTS preparation program.

Provider CRICOS: 01331F (NSW/VIC/QLD); 03297J (QLD)

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