10728NAT Certificate II in Spoken and Written English

  • Course Code 10728NAT
  • Duration 26 weeks (20 weeks of study, 6 weeks of holidays)
  • Location Perth Campus
  • Timetable Monday & Tuesday (8.45am – 5.00pm), Wednesday (8:45am-1:45pm)
  • Self Directed Study 4-6 hours self-directed study per week
  • Next Intake Date Weekly start dates (each Monday)

Course Outline

This program is where you will begin to develop skills to help you manage your everyday personal and social life. You will also learn about careers, education pathways and develop employability skills through the introduction to English language, literacy and numeracy. At the end of this course, students should be approximately at a 4.5 IELTS equivalent level.

*Please note all WAIFS courses are offered via Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).

** This course will be delivered and assessed via classroom delivery, distance learning and online assessment.

As of the 1st of March 2018, WAIFS will not be accepting  enrolments from overseas students for this course due to a course transition and restructure. For more information, please email admissions@waifs.wa.edu.au or call 6200 6200.

  • Entry Requirements

    Successful completion of Year 9 or equivalent (or equivalent).

    IELTS score of 3.5 – 4.0 (or equivalent).

  • Pathways/Articulation

    Successful completion of this qualification provides you with a pathway into other Certificate II and Certificate III level qualifications.

    For more details on this course, please contact: admissions@waifs.wa.edu.au.

  • Domestic Fees

    You may be eligible for a Government subsidised training place. Therefore, your student contribution fees may be significantly lower than the below rate. Contact Us to find out more! Otherwise, check out our Funded Course Info & Fees Sheet.

    Standard Domestic Fees

    Tuition Fee: $1,830.00

    Materials Fee: $150.00

    A one off $230.00 Enrolment Fee is applicable to process the Application.

    *Course fees may change. This is usually annually on 1 July and typically no more than 4%.

    **Fees quoted are in AUS Dollars.