English for Coordinating and Management of Welfare,
Community and Childcare Services

ECMWCCS | CRICOS:073627E

There is a place for English courses which help to prepare overseas students for the specific professional tertiary course they intend to undertake in Australian colleges and universities.

The 12 week English for Coordinating and Management of Welfare, Community and Childcare Services (ECMWCCS) course at Oxford College of English has been designed for such overseas students who will be coming to Australia to engage in various courses of study for Welfare, Community and Childcare Professionals.

The course targets possible future employees of the public or private Welfare, Community and Childcare sectors. Students undertaking this course may be looking to enter an occupation straight after completion. While there will be an emphasis on skills relating to Welfare, Childcare and Community students, the course will also be useful for other occupational and industry areas, including any Coordinating and Management studies.

Entry Requirements:

Applicants require the equivalent to Australian high school completion at HSC level, with an academic IELTS score of 5.5 (with a minimum 5.0 in all tests).

Assessment Methods:

All students are assessed monthly. There are formal tests consisting of 5 parts: listening, speaking, reading, writing and grammar. A report will be issued to each student after the tests showing the student’s academic progress, marks and individual advice from the teacher.

Teaching Methods:

Our teachers combine modern language learning resources with up-to-date teaching techniques to ensure that students progress as quickly as possible. During the course, emphasis is placed upon the four macro skill areas of speaking, listening, reading, and writing as well as grammar, pronunciation and vocabulary development.

Teaching Materials:

Classroom materials are drawn from a wide variety of sources, including academic, secondary, business and general English texts, TV, radio, video, newspapers, journals and magazines. These materials are used in the classroom in a communicative and interactive way to ensure that maximum English language practice is obtained in all four macro skills.

Why Oxford College of English?

Oxford College of English is conveniently located in the heart of Sydney, which has many shopping complexes, restaurants, theatres and sporting facilities. The college is also close to central train and bus routes. Sydney's famous Bondi and Bronte Beaches are less than 30 minutes away by bus, while Manly Beach is a short ferry trip across Sydney's magnificent harbour. Our college provides intensive, comprehensive and practical study programmes to help improve your English and to prepare you for further study and career opportunities, with well-qualified and experienced teachers utilising the latest teaching methods and techniques.

Oxford College of English is fully accredited by the National ELT Accreditation Scheme Limited (NEAS), and is a member of English Australia Colleges.Students from all over the world choose to study at Oxford College of English because it is highly recommended by both past and present students.

It features:

• Well-qualified, experienced teachers
• Modern facilities
• Friendly, caring staff
• Individualised course programmes

Oxford College of English has close links with a prominent and well established college and higher education provider. Through our further study programme, students can be provisionally enrolled and accepted into some of Australia’s well established higher education providers.

Professional Staff

Oxford College of English employs only qualified and experienced teachers who are professional, friendly and dedicated. All of our teachers have a degree from a recognised university and specialist qualifications in Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language. Most of our teachers have taught English in other parts of the world, and understand what it is like to learn a language and live in a foreign country. The Student Welfare Officer helps you with any personal problems you may experience, such as adapting to life in a new country. The Academic Counsellor helps you with any enquiries concerning high school, college or university studies in Australia. The Student Counsellor both monitors your English language programme and assists you with any day-to-day problems or queries you may have while in Sydney.

The Accommodation Officer will help arrange your accommodation with a family in Sydney. If you prefer, we can book you into a hotel, hostel, guesthouse or apartment.

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