Vocational Preparation/ELS

Vocational Preparation and English Language Services (ELS)

Vocational Preparation and English Language Services

Want to improve your English? Need help with numeracy? Looking for support to return to work or study?

TasTAFE offers a number of programs designed to help people wanting to improve their language, literacy and numeracy levels and for those preparing for return to study or work.

We can help you develop your confidence and prepare for the classroom or workforce. It may be you need help with computing skills, writing and referencing, communication, teamwork or pathway planning. A range of vocational preparation programs are here for you.

It’s worth asking about our SEE program. It’s designed for job seekers who wish to improve their employment opportunities by improving English language, reading, writing or numerical skills. SEE programs are free for eligible job seekers registered with Centrelink or Job Active Services, and you can join at any time of the year.

TasTAFE also offers English Language Services for eligible migrants and international students. Courses include up to five levels of English as a Second or Other Language, the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) and the Young Migrant Education Program (YMEP). Courses also teach students about living in Australia and its people, society, customs and culture.

Contact us today, we’d love to help you take the next step.

English Language Services – Launceston

  • Term 4 Dates:  15 October – 7 December 2018

Enrolment Days: 
Monday, 24 September 2018 OR Thursday, 27 September 2018 – anytime between 10am and 3pm

Only students enrolled prior to the start of term, will be able to attend class.

“The course was a great way of learning some new skills and getting some ideas about the direction I wanted to go in. The teachers were great, very helpful and inspiring.” – Wendy, Skills for Work and Training Program

Foundation Studies – TasTAFE helps Wendy return to study

“This course has taught me a lot of things. I really liked the work placement and talking to people.” – Isabel, Work Pathways

Foundation Studies – Isabel

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