Certificate II and Certificate III in Spoken and Written English
Becoming proficient in English is often seen as an important step towards forging a career in international business, management and hospitality. Students who enhance their English language skills greatly improve their value to potential employers both at home and abroad. Currently, Salford College offers a range of high quality accredited English programs and short courses which will enable students to enhance their reading, writing and spoken English language skills. 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 who complete their studies at Salford College are well placed to either progress into further education or meet the demands of an ever changing workplace.
Hi, I am Junming Chen a student who graduated from Salford College.
I was enrolled in Salford College in the beginning of 2014. After nearly one year of study both of my speaking and listening have greatly enhanced. In addition, I made friendships with many students from different countries. Last but not least, the communication skills I developed have proved vital for my career.
Junming Chen, Student
Both the Certificate II and Certificate III in Spoken and Written English courses are run over 2.5 days per week and are internationally recognised. 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. Such teaching methods often accelerate the student’s ability to learn specific skill sets relating to writing, reading, comprehension, listening and speaking English.
Salford College is also offering students the ability to undertake studies in a number of English language short courses. These flexible programs are also delivered by the same TESOL trainers who deliver the Certificate programs and aim to offer program participants a highly quality learning experience in a specific English language skill set.