22255VIC Certificate III in EAL (Further Study)

22255VIC Certificate III in EAL (further study)

CRICOS Course Code: 084664J

This course is for participants who need to develop English language skills to participate in a range of straightforward interactions and transactions in social and community contexts and to read and write straightforward texts for a range of purposes.

Certificate III in EAL (Further Study) outcomes focus on the consolidation of English speaking and listening, reading, writing and study skills to participate in a range of Australian further study contexts. Outcomes include literacy skills including digital literacy skills and cultural and critical knowledge and skills together with knowledge and skills to access further education pathways. Participants may pathway to vocational or other education or to further English language courses. 

Course Structure

Students are required to complete all of the following 9 units:

Unit Code

Unit Title


Develop and document a  learning plan and portfolio


Give straightforward oral presentation for further study


Participate in a range of straightforward interactions for further study


Read and write straightforward texts for research purposes


Analyse and produce a range of straightforward texts relevant to further study


Listen and take notes for research


Use language and  learning strategies and study skills


Develop and extend critical and creative thinking skills


Implement and review a project

Teaching and Assessment Methods

Teaching consists of face to face classroom teaching. Assessments are through observation, written and verbal tests, projects, portfolios and case studies.

Entry  Requirements

IETLS 5.0 score or equivalent recognised English level;

Whilst the CIII in EAL (Further study) has no specific entry requirements or pre-requisites, as the course is delivered in English students must be able to demonstrate language, literacy and numeracy skills equivalent to the IELTS score and to demonstrate autonomy, judgement and to take limited responsibility in known and stable contexts within established parameter.


26 weeks including 5 weeks break


  Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday class