Saturday, 22 November 2014

FREE ENGLISH CLASS – CAMPSIE LIBRARY


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Worker’s Name: MTC Australia – Skills for Education and Employment (SEE)

Organisation/Service/Project: MTC – Campsie Library

Telephone/Email: MTC Australia Customer Service Team – 1300 981 901

Initiative/Project: Free English Class – Campsie Library

  • English classes/conversation group:
FREE ENGLISH CLASS – CAMPSIE LIBRARY

Monday: 3.45 – 8  pm, Tuesday and Wednesday: 4.45 – 8 pm

Free English classes are also available during the daytime at MTC Australia Belmore Level 1, 436 Burwood Rd., Belmore

For more information, please contact a librarian or:

MTC Australia Customer Service Team: 1300981901

MTC Australia Belmore Centre Manager Yanjing Liao (English and Mandarin) 0427437826 



SEE BELMORE PREPARING FOR WORK (INTENSIVE)


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Worker’s Name: MTC Australia – Skills for Education and Employment (SEE)

Organisation/Service/Project: MTC – Canterbury City Community Centre

Telephone/Email: MTC Australia Customer Service Team – 1300 981 901

Initiative/Project: SEE Belmore Preparing for Work (intensive)

  • English classes/conversation group:
SEE BELMORE PREPARING FOR WORK (INTENSIVE)

The course is suitable for client from both English and non-English speaking backgrounds, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and Early School Leavers. Clients must be eligible for the SEE program to commence study in the course.

Outcomes:

Teaching will cover the following areas:
·         Computer literacy (word processing, emails. Internet job search and online job applications)
·         Identifying pathways to employment
·         Job seeking strategies
·         Resume and cover letter writing
·         Job interview techniques including mock interviews
·         Presentation and confidence
·         WSH unit – BSBWHS201A Contribute to Health and Safety of Others
·         Basic workplace communication

Location: Canterbury City Community Centre – 130 Railway Pde, Lakemba

Study Mode: 10 hours per week for 9 weeks (2/2/2015 – 1/4/2015) 9 am to 2.30 pm on Mondays and Wednesday


Referral Process: please phone the MTC Australia Customer Service Team on 1300981901 and inform us that the referral is for the SEE Belmore Preparing for Work Intensive Course. 

Tuesday, 11 November 2014

Computer classes for beginners






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Worker’s Name:  Miguel Ferrero 

Organisation/Service/Project: Chester Hill Neighbourhood centre
Telephone/Email: communityworker1@chnc.org.au - 96453700

Initiative/Project: Computer classes for beginners 


  • Training/Workshops:

Beginner’s Computer Class

Mondays 11 am to 1 pm

Learn computer basics eg. Using the mouse/keyboard, learn about Internet

4 Weeks – Cost: $10 for the 4 weeks

Starts on Monday 17th November 2014

Venue: Chester Hill Neighbourhood centre – 89 Waldron Road – Chester Hill








Tuesday, 4 November 2014

English for Employment UWS College




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Worker’s Name:  Amy Ferguson | Course Coordinator - Delivery | Professional and Community Programs | 

Organisation/Service/Project: UWS College

Telephone/Email: skillmax@uws.edu.au - 9852 4110 

Initiative/Project: English for Employment 


  • English classes/conversation group:

English For Employment – a 5 day per week course with English language tuition for skilled migrants

Our next English for Employment course begins Monday 10th November and is delivered over six weeks:

Commencing :                  Monday 10th November 2014
Days and times:                5 days per week (Monday – Friday) from 9:30am – 3:30pm
Concluding:                        Friday 19th December 2014
Location:                              Westmead – UWS College Building J, 158 Hawkesbury Road Westmead

As per our previous courses, 2014 English for Employment courses will help students to develop job search strategies for the Australian employment market.

Course outline

·        English language support including pronunciation
·        Developing a greater awareness of workplace culture and trends in the Australian labour market
·        Finding your fit in your field of expertise
·        Developing a career portfolio including your résumé and cover letter
·        Strategies to identify employment opportunities
·        Preparing for the job interview
·        Career management skills
·        Marketing yourself effectively



Candidates must

·         Be a permanent Australian resident
·         Have overseas qualifications
·         Be seeking work in their field of expertise
·         Have an IELTS score of 5.5 or higher

Enquiries and registrations for these courses can be emailed to myself or to skillmax@uws.edu.au