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English as an Additional Language (EAL)


Improve your English Speaking – Listening – Reading – Writing – Numeracy – ICT skills and more!

English as an Additional Language Courses at Prace

Course in EAL 22637VIC
Certificate I in EAL (Access) 22638VIC
Certificate II in EAL (Access) 22639VIC
Certificate III in EAL (Access) 22640VIC

Studying English can:
– improve EMPLOYMENT opportunities
– create avenues for further EDUCATION and
– enable you to participate in your COMMUNITY

Our classes are small and friendly. As a student with Prace you will enjoy the benefits of belonging to a vibrant and welcoming community.

For Informal English Courses please see our webpage 


Enrol any time – we have ongoing enrolments throughout the year.

Fees are calculated according to enrolment start date.

Call or visit us to schedule a placement interview.

You may be eligible to access FREE classes through the AMEP or SEE Programs.

Training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth government funding.



AMEP and Prace logo

 

‘The Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) is funded by the Australian Government Department of Home Affairs.’

 

Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP)

AMEP provides English as an Additional Language classes for eligible people recently arrived in Australia as migrants or refugees. Childcare is available if required. Prace is a member of the Melbourne AMEP. The Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) is funded by the Australian Government Department of Home Affairs.

Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP)

  • Access FREE childcare while you study
  • Learn about Australia’s culture, local services, your rights & the law, workplace practices, & gain valuable employment skills to settle successfully into Australian life
  • Access expert advice on how to achieve your study and employment goals

Find more detailed information on our AMEP page.


skills for education and employment
‘The Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program is funded by the Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment’

 

Skills for Education and Employment Program (SEE)

The Skills for Education and Employment program (SEE) helps job seekers get the skills they need for the job they want through stronger reading, writing, maths and computer skills.

Most Australian residents of working age not already studying or working full-time are eligible for SEE. You need to be:

  • Aged 15 to Age Pension age
  • Registered as a job seeker, either with an employment services provider or as a voluntary job seeker
  • Have the right to work in Australia through citizenship, residency or visa status.

Ask your Centrelink or Job Active case manager to refer you to Prace.Prace Site Code: L 70103ESS Activity ID Code: 8351315

 

    More about the Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) Program

  • The Skills for Education Employment (SEE) program is funded by the Australian Government and provides language, literacy and numeracy (LLN) assessment and training to eligible job seekers, with the expectation that such improvements will enable them to participate more effectively in training or the labour force.
  • The Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) Program is delivered by Registered Training
    Organisations (RTOs) across Australia in major cities as well as rural and regional areas.



The State Government of Victoria provides subsidised training under the Skills First Initiative for Prace English language courses.

Fees Information

Tuition fee calculation is based on regulatory requirements for fees for government funded training in Victoria. This is determined by Skills First. All courses are subject to eligibility requirements. Please contact Prace for more details.

Please note: the Student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

Skills First

You may be eligible for a government subsidy for your course.

The Victorian Government’s Skills First Program makes vocational training more accessible to people who need skills to get a job or to undertake further education. You can check your eligibility at The Victorian Skills Gateway.

Please note:

You are eligible to commence a maximum of two Skills First-subsidised courses in any calendar year as long as you are not doing any more than two Skills First-subsidised courses at any one time.

Fee Types

Concession student holds current concession card and is eligible for a Skills First subsidised training place.
Full Fee student does not hold a concession card, but is eligible for a Skills First subsidised training place.
Fee For Service student is not eligible for a Skills First subsidised training place.

Fee exemptions are available for financial hardship.

A Service and Amenities Fee (SA) of $10 applies to all courses.

Skills First – Standard Tuition Fees


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