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English for Academic Purposes (EAP)

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Our non-accredited English for Academic Purposes (EAP) courses prepare you for the English language study requirements of university or college. During your studies you’ll learn how to:

  • Compose a written essay and report to academic standards
  • Deliver professional presentations
  • Understand complex dialogue and instructions
  • Negotiate difficult conversations
  • Analyse and interpret complicated pieces of written text.

 

Students who successfully complete EAP at Salford College will be eligible for direct entry into a range of other Cert.lll – Diploma courses at Salford College.

 

Why should I study an EAP course at Salford College?

The EAP10 and EAP20 courses provide an education curriculum framework for English as an additional language (EAP), language and literacy education program for international students and migrants who need to develop language skills in order to participate in further tertiary education.

Both of these courses prepare students for further tertiary studies and result in a Salford College Tertiary Test score of 5.5 (equivalent to ACSF level 4 range). Therefore students who successfully complete an EAP course at Salford College will be eligible for direct entry into either Cert.lll – Diploma courses at Salford College.

 

IELTS Preparation

Salford College’s EAP courses also provide students with excellent practice and preparation for IELTS, OET, PTE testing programs.

 

Teaching Quality

Employing highly qualified TESOL trainers, Salford College provides students with the opportunity to learn in an environment which is both flexible, interactive and supportive. Students studying either of these courses will find that the material used is delivered using a number of unique teaching methods which aim to maximise the student’s learning. 

 

Which EAP program am I eligible for?

 

EAP 20: CRICOS Code:094441G

Duration – 20 weeks

Entry will be by IELTS 4.5 or entry point against the Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF) Level 3. Salford College will use a diagnostic assessment tool extracted from the AMES English Language Literacy and Assessment Kit to determine student requirements in meeting ACSF Level 3.

The course delivery will include:

  • Face-to-face workshops 20 hours per week (tutorial support for out-of-class and support session)
  • Up to 20 hours per week of out-of-class activities
  • Computer based learning
  • Class room based learning
  • Presentations
  • Verbal and written questions
  • Role plays
  • Discussions
  • Real life activities
  • Audio and visual recordings.

 

 

EAP 10: CRICOS Code: 094442G

Duration – 10 weeks

Entry will be by IELTS 5 or entry point against the Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF) Level 4. Salford College will use a diagnostic assessment tool extracted from the AMES English Language Literacy and Assessment Kit to determine student requirements in meeting ACSF Level 4.

The course delivery will include:

  • Face-to-face workshops 20 hours per week (tutorial support for out-of-class and support session)
  • Up to 20 hours per week of out-of-class activities
  • Computer based learning
  • Class room based learning
  • Presentations
  • Verbal and written questions
  • Role plays
  • Discussions
  • Real life activities
  • Audio and visual recordings.

Further Information:

Enrolment Officer, Salford College, level 11, 68 Grenfell Street, Adelaide 5000.  | Telephone: (08) 8232 6190

Email: enquiries@salfordcollege.edu.au  |  Enrolment form: www.salfordcollege.edu.au

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