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10364NAT 2018 Certificate III in Spoken and Written English

Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP), English as a Second Language

This course is for people who would like to improve their English Language who have completed a Course in Certificate II Spoken and Written English or who have been assessed at this level.  If you are new to Australia you may be eligible for funding through the A.M.E.P (510 free hours for eligible migrants). The Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) is funded by the Australian Commonwealth Government.        If you are not eligible for the AMEP program you still may be eligible for some assistance through Skills First Funding (State Government)        Contact the office and see if you qualify for Skills First Victoria funding for concession Card holders and those who do not hold a higher certificate              For more information please read more.

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10363NAT Certificate II in Spoken and Written English

Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP), English as a Second Language

This course is for people who would like to improve their English Language who have completed a Course in Certificate I Spoken and Written English or who have been assessed at this level. ·       If you are new to Australia you may be eligible for funding through the A.M.E.P (510 free hours for eligible migrants). The Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) is funded by the Australian Commonwealth Government.        If you are not eligible for the AMEP program you still may be eligible for some assistance through Skills First Funding (State Government)        Contact the office and see if you qualify for Skills First Victoria funding for concession Card holders and those who do not hold a higher certificate              For more information please read more.     

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10362NAT Certificate I in Spoken and Written English

Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP), English as a Second Language

If you have completed a course in Preliminary Spoken and Written English or have been assessed by a qualified assessor at this course level then this course is for you.This course will help you improve your English & Numeracy skills, assisting you to assimilate further into the community and improve your job prospects.  If you are new to Australia you may be eligible for funding through the A.M.E.P (510 free hours for eligible migrants). The Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) is funded by the Australian Commonwealth Government  If you are not eligible for the AMEP program you still may be eligible for some assistance through Skills First Funding (State Government)        Contact the office and see if you qualify for Skills First Victoria funding for concession Card holders and those who do not hold a higher certificate              For more information please read more. 

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10361NAT Course in Preliminary,Spoken and Written English

Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP), English as a Second Language

This course is for people who have no or very little English, it is based on the alphabet and numbers from 1 - 100   (very similar to a Australian Prep class)  If you are a newly arrival to Australia you may be eligible for A.M.E.P (510 free hours for eligible migrants). The Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) is funded by the Australian Government.  If  you are not eliglble for AMEP you may be eligible for Skills First Victoria Funding, please contact the office 93019200 our staff will assist you with your enquiry. 

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Volunteering to Employment

Pre-Accredited & Short Courses

This course is for the unemployed who hold a current concession card seeking employment or Further Education.     This course is also open to volunteers who give up their time to help the community.    It can provide a opportunity to seek volunteer work to enhance ones employment opportunities by gaining experince in a field of their choice.  This course is funded by state government ACFE Adult Community and Further Educaton  This course is non accredited and there is no charge for current concession card holderswriting resumes and setting up a port foliosearching the Web and Newspapers for job opportunitieswhat to say and what not to say at an interview?what attire is suitable to wear at an interview?what the health and safety issues arise from different types of industries?what happens next if i am unsuccessful?     

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This Course is now unavailable please ref: AMEP English Classes

Education and Employment (SEE)

MHEC has ceased delivery of the SEE program as of 30th June 2017   Your will need to contact your Job Active or Centrelink provider.   If you are looking for other English Classes you may want to look at our Adult Migrant Program (AMEP)  or Certificates in English as a Second Language

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Introduction to Oral and Written Communication Skills

Pre-Accredited & Short Courses

Looking to start improving your English language skills? This course shows you how we can help you to improve your conversation skills and gain confidence in spoken and written English in a friendly environment.

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Introduction to IT

Pre-Accredited & Short Courses

The Introduction to IT is designed for those with very little knowledge of computers and how to use them. This course provides those with the basic knowledge to operate a personal computer.

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Introduction to EAL in Schools

Pre-Accredited & Short Courses

ESL in Schools is specifically designed to help parents who have immigrated to Australia improve their English language skills so they can help their child at school and with homework.

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Introduction into Budgeting

Pre-Accredited & Short Courses

Anyone who would like to manage their finances better, save for a holiday or to help get themselves debt free.  Maybe a different career path, this just maybe the start you need!

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