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Advanced Conversation Skills

These sessions focus on the development of your spoken English communication skills for social and workplace interaction. This class will suit you if you are comfortable with expressing your opinion and have reasonable fluency and vocabulary – both of which will be extended in this course. Strategies will increase your ability to positively impact conversations and discussions. Colloquial Australian usage will be covered. Pre-requisite An ISLPR level above 3 or have completed... [More]

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Communication Skills for Work

This short course will teach you communication skills for the workplace. Units taught include: FSKOCM07: Interact effectively with others at work FSKOCM04: Use oral communication skills to participate in workplace meetings FSKLRG11: Use routine strategies for work-related learning FSKRDG10: Read and respond to routine workplace information These accredited units form part of the Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways and attract NSW government funding. For... [More]
Assessments are made against units of competency from the Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways FSK20113.
  • Read and respond to routine workplace information (FSKRDG10)
  • Use routine strategies for work-related learning (FSKLRG11)
  • Interact effectively with others at work (FSKOCM07)
  • Use oral communication skills to participate in workplace meetings (FSKOCM04)

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Intermediate Conversation Skills

This class is perfect for hesitant English language speakers who have limited grammatical knowledge and vocabulary. It will help learners develop confidence and competence in speaking, listening in the workplace as well as informal situations. The course will cover greetings, local Australian expressions, and casual social interactions. Pre-requisite This class will suit you if you are hesitant when speaking English and if you have limited grammatical structure and vocabulary. What... [More]

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