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Citipointe Christian College International
In this 10 week program, students can significantly accelerate their English development. A feature of this course is Eiken test preparation for Japanese students. Citipointe Christian College International utilises its outstanding facilities and School community to support student success in this program.
Four key principles underpin Curtin English’s CPD program; it is clear and communicated to all, flexible and multi-faceted, staff are actively engaged, and it is inclusive in terms of development. The program demonstrates evidence of reflection and evaluation throughout 7 years of ongoing development and is clearly aligned to principles of current research in Continuing Professional Development. Curtin English’s CPD program encompasses a broad range of PD activities, offering a complete solution to Professional Development.
E2School which offers general English training online from beginner to intermediate level. (A1 to C1). The online line material is supported by live classes and 1:1 tuition delivered via as requested by students.
E2Language is a Melbourne-based on-line provider of English language teaching and learning, currently focused on commercial test preparation courses. E2Language met the rigours of NEAS’ stakeholder driven feedback model of quality assurance, demonstrating its commitment to innovative quality in meeting the needs of international students.
Test Overview: OET is an international English language test that assesses the language communication skills of healthcare professionals who seek to register and practise in an English-speaking environment. Assessment Structure: OET covers all four language skills with an emphasis on communication in a healthcare environment.
Everyday English is a teaching method which was established in response to a student’s critical need for a course that combines language based education and enhances cultural experience in Australia. The teaching method is supported by an exclusive text book designed in-house. The Everyday English method enhances students’ learning experience, giving them the confidence to achieve their everyday goals.
Explore English utilises a digital school operations platform that was developed by Intrinsiq through continuous consultation with international English language schools in the UK, Ireland and Australia. The technology is built on a flexible model which gives Explore English the flexibility to tailor implementation of a variety of processes that achieve an improved and efficient service to students.
International House Sydney
International House Sydney runs around 17 CELTA courses (both full-time and part-time) to nearly 200 students per year. The CELTA course at International House Sydney ensures there is room in the syllabus to contextualise and personalise its content, while strictly abiding by the Cambridge guidelines. International House Sydney has also designed a number of other teacher training courses based on the CELTA structure.
IH Sydney’s English for Teens is a General English course specifically targeting students between 13-16 years of age. The course demonstrates relevance to current trends in International Student Enrolment Data and has been developed through extensive industry consultation. IH Sydney utilises High School qualified teachers in its delivery of this course and incorporates a wide range of extra-curricular activities designed to develop skills which are directly relevant to a range of everyday scenes that students experience.
John Paul International College
The largest private independent college in Queensland, John Paul International College includes an International College, Primary School, Middle School, Senior School, Child Care Centre and Community Kindergarten.
Their outstanding High School Preparation Course prepares students to participate fully in the life of the college by encouraging not only the development of language proficiency, but also the academic literacy and cultural capital necessary for the students to participate successfully in the secondary school learning context. The course develops the skills to analyse, draw inferences and assess information whilst incorporating computer literacy across all areas of the school curriculum.
Macquarie University English Language Centre
Foundation Direct Entry (FDE) and Diploma Direct Entry (DDE) courses
As students studying Foundation and Diploma programs are diverse in their academic and socio-emotional needs and behaviours, the FDE and DDE course curricula have been created to be outcome specific as well as aimed at increasing overall student learning, engagement and experience. The courses feature a descriptive syllabus that allows teachers flexibility for ancillary teaching and learning needs in line with the pre-defined outcomes. The originality of the course development is in the design of the project work that supports a range of course learning outcomes and successfully engages students in meaningful task-based learning in class, out of class and on class excursions.
The University of Newcastle
The Student Experience Passport, designed as part of the University’s Language Centre’s Student Experience program, breaks down barriers and opens opportunities for international students to engage in meaningful connections with the community.
The small passport-style booklet features a range of extra-curricular activities that students can work through to familiarise themselves with a new campus and city, foster friendships and improve their English.
The University of Queensland – Institute of Continuing & TESOL Education
ICTE, University of Queensland, Cambridge English and World Learning SIT Graduate Institute (USA) have formed a global partnership to jointly award the International Diploma in Language Teaching Management (IDLTM), a blended learning program for current or prospective managers in language teaching organisations.
The University of Sydney Centre for English Teaching
The Centre for English Teaching’s student engagement program, CET Connect, creates an engaging environment which encourages students in educational and social progress via CET Connect the app, the powerful digital tool which sits at the centre of the student experience.
The University of Sydney CET’s EAP Teacher Training course allows teachers to build expertise in the teaching of EAP and gain a specific qualification. Offered in two modes: face-to-face and online,
the course provides participants with the current theory and best practice in teaching academic English and is delivered using an interactive, workshop-based approach.
This Specialization is aimed at preparing students for undergraduate study in an English-speaking university. The course equips you for full participation and engagement with your studies by building awareness and understanding of the core values and expectations of academic culture, and providing you with practical strategies to apply to your studies.
University of Western Australia
The University of Western Australia’s Centre for English Language Teaching’s (CELT) Academic English and Study Skills Bridging Course is designed for international students wishing to undertake tertiary studies at the University of Western Australia. The course supports international students through an integrated methodological approach and the incorporation of study and research skills, cultural awareness and modern computer based learning.