Literacy & Numeracy

Literacy & Numeracy



English Conversation

Ideal for those that want to practice speaking and pronunciation. The course is interactive so it can be tailored to meet your interests and needs. E.g. workplace English. Intermediate to Advanced students.

ESNLC
  • Starting Tuesday 23rd April – 25th June. Join at any time!
  • Duration: 10 weeks
  • Day & Time: Tuesdays 9:30am to 12:30pm
  • Cost: $75 ($55 conc.) or $145 Non-resident Student

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English as an Additional Language – Beginners

This course is especially for migrants who are not able to understand English language or who can manage very few words and would like to be able to understand more and improve pronunciation. Learners will also be able to sustain a basic conversation and recognise elementary sets of words.

ESNLC
  • Starting Wednesday 24th April – 26th June. Join at any time!
  • Duration: 10 weeks
  • Day & Time: Wednesdays 9:30am to 1:30pm
  • Cost: $95 ($65 conc.) or $195 Non-resident Students

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English as an Additional Language – Pre-Intermediate

This is the continuation of our English program with an emphasis on basic conversations and a range of subjects of interest. This course will help learners gain confidence and empower them to manipulate new vocabulary and incorporate learned words to form new tenses and structures.

ESNLC

 

  • Starting Monday 29th April – 25th June. Join at any time!
  • Duration: 8 weeks (No class on 10th June – Queens Birthday).
  • Day & Time: Mondays 9:30am to 1:30pm
  • Cost: $95 ($65 conc.) or $195 Non-resident Students

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English as an Additional Language – Intermediate

This is the continuation of our English program where learners take part in basic conversations and gain confidence. The aim of our Intermediate level is to empower students to increase their vocabulary to form new tenses and structures.

ESNLC
  • Starting Thursday 2nd May – 27th June. Join at any time!
  • Duration: 9 weeks
  • Day & Time: Thursdays 9:30am to 1:30pm
  • Cost: $95 ($65 conc.) or $195 Non-resident Students

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ESL (English as a second Language)

Our English as a Second Language class will increase your confidence and ability in reading, writing, spelling and listening as well as improve your punctuation and understanding of the English language. We will help you to communicate more effectively. English as a Second Language classes help with returning to study and preparing for work, Australian culture in the workplace, Current Affairs and conversation. This year we will go to see a film, go on city and local excursions as well as have guest speakers and have special morning teas where you can practice your conversation skills. We can adapt the classes to meet individual needs as well as cover preparation for Australian Citizenship with Australian history, geography and culture. Learn in a warm friendly environment with a caring teacher.

PMNC
  • Day & Time: Tue 9.30 -12.30pm,
  • Price: $35 (conc) / $50 (full fee) / $90 (non-resident)
  • Tutor: Yasmin

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Reading & Writing

Improve your reading, writing, maths and very basic computer skills in a friendly welcoming atmosphere. Did you known almost 50 % of the adult population in Australia have literacy (Reading & Writing) issues? We can help! Our students have reported they are finally better able to deal with day to day tasks like shopping, appointments, taking public transport and filling in forms. They feel more confident and are proud of their achievements. Topics taught include reading stories, newspaper and magazine articles; basic grammar; vocabulary; spelling and writing, filling in forms, map reading as well as basic maths and computing skills, all essential life skills for those people who have always struggled with these issues.

PMNC
  • Day & Time: Tuesday 1pm – 4.00pm
  • Price: Free Conc / $50

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Stories of the South Side 

TBA

PMNC
  • Day & Time: Wednesday 1.30-4.30pm
  • Price: Free

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Roomers Writers Workshop 

Almost all contributors to ROOMERS are local residents or ex-residents of rooming houses, private hotels or supported residential services in St. Kilda, South and Port Melbourne. “ROOMERS” aims to give residents: an outlet to publish their creative work; the opportunity and incentive to improve literacy, creative and communication skills; access to a skilled mentor; access to current agency information from a resident perspective & a means of reducing social isolation and encouraging community participation. Weekly writing workshops:

ESNLC

St Kilda Library, Carlisle Street

  • Day & Time: Tuesdays 1.30 to 3.30pm
  • Contact: Editor Philippa on 9531 1954 (Tues & Thurs)