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Imperial College of New Zealand

Certificate in English (General English)

 Imperial College

Description

The Certificate in English will help you in improving your English grammar along with reading, writing, listening and speaking skills. This course provides non-English speaking students with a structured language learning opportunity to develop all the language skills necessary to communicate in an English-speaking environment.

The Certificate in English is developed to provide students with all the necessary language skills to communicate in an English-speaking environment. Certificate in English is an approved course by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority.


Why study at Imperial

At Imperial, the Certificate in English is taught by our experienced and well-qualified teachers.

We understand that students have a variety of needs. Our experienced and well-qualified teaching team uses a variety of teaching strategies to provide constructive and interesting learning. Our experienced and friendly student support staff provides students with any required support.

Our classes are small, so that teacher can give each student individual attention. We check your progress regularly.

Course Details

Minimum of 12 weeks

Monday to Friday (Four hours per day)

Any

Please contact College administration

Fees

Please contact administration at study@imperial.ac.nz

Course Levels

We offer various levels of this course in order to meet student’s needs. These levels are:

  • Beginner
  • Elementary
  • Pre-intermediate
  • Intermediate
  • Upper intermediate
  • Advanced

Please contact administration for more detail and the availability of these classes.

Certificate in English (Advanced) – Level 3
(IELTS Preparation)

 Imperial College

Description

This course will help you in preparing for the IELTS examination. This course includes intensive IELTS preparation and practice. Students will be trained in all the four modules reading, writing, listening and speaking.

This course can be either taken as a stand-alone course or in conjunction with General English classes if these are required. The Certificate in English (Advanced) is an approved course by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority.

The IELTS (the International English Language Testing System) is a test to check English language ability. Students appear in Academic IELTS with the purpose of studying at tertiary level, which is one of the entry requirements at PTE’s, Universities and Polytechnics.

People who are looking for registration in their areas of specialisation; for examples Nurses, Doctors, Teachers etc they also appear in Academic IELTS. Some people appear in General IELTS as per their immigration category requirements.

Certificate in English (Advanced) will help you in preparing for IELTS (both General and Academic) examination. This course includes intensive IELTS preparation and practice. Students will be trained in all the four modules:

  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Listening
  • Speaking

Why study at Imperial

At Imperial, the Certificate in English is taught by our experienced and well-qualified teachers.

We understand that students have a variety of needs. Our experienced and well-qualified teaching team uses a variety of teaching strategies to provide constructive and interesting learning. Our experienced and friendly student support staff provides students with any required support.

Our classes are small, so that teacher can give each student individual attention.

We check your progress regularly.

Course Details

Minimum of 12 weeks

Monday to Friday (Four hours per day)

Any

Please contact College administration


Please contact administration for more detail and the availability of these classes.

Fees

Please contact administration at study@imperial.ac.nz

Summary of course

Course Level – IELTS Preparation

AIM

The aim of the IELTS preparation course is to teach you to:


  • Listen, understand and write about what is said in audio conversations
  • Speak and discuss your opinions with native speakers with a level of fluency and spontaneity
  • Read and understand the main points of complex academic writing
  • Understand, and write, clear formal academic texts on a wide range of topics
  • Develop IELTS test-taking strategies

Please contact administration for more detail and the availability of these classes.

Interpreter Course – Level 5

 Imperial College

Description

Interpreter Course aims to develop interpreting skills to work in community settings such as health, community work, the courts, tenancy services. etc. Students will learn the skills required for interpreting mostly in a classroom environment where the theoretical skills will be taught and practical application of the skills will be held using role-play situations. All theoretical and practical work will include assessment activities on an ongoing basis throughout the course.


The interpreter Course is an approved course by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority. This course is designed for local and international students.

Course Details

6 weeks

Monday to Friday (35hours includes 20hours classroom and 15hours unsupervised study)

  • Student must be 18 years of age at the time of Application
  • Suitable entry permit (Visa / immigration status) to study
  • Applicants who do not have English as a first language will need to meet one of the English language requirements outlined by NZQA under "English Language entry requirements for international students’ (www.nzqa.govt.nz) Please contact Imperial administration to obtain the latest English Language entry requirements for the course
  • Statement of Purpose (Statement of interest in working as an interpreter in community contexts)

Please contact College administration


Please contact administration for more detail and the availability of these classes.

Fees

Please contact administration at study@imperial.ac.nz

Summary of course

Interpreter Course

AIM
On completion of the Interpreter course, Graduate will have

  • Communication skills needed for interpreting
  • Interpreting skills; speech, memory, listening
  • Skills required for preparation for and participation in an interpreting session
  • Techniques to enhance the interpreting process; cross-cultural communication, signpost words, note-taking and summarising skills
  • Ability of the role of the liaison interpreter

Please contact administration for more detail and the availability of these classes.

TESOL Course – Level 4 Certificate in Teaching English to speakers of other Languages

 Imperial College

Description

TESOL Course is suitable to non-native speakers of English. This Course provides the trainee with the necessary teaching skills required to teach. The course offers a mix of classroom theoretical learning and practical learning. This course can be either taken as a stand-alone course or in conjunction with General English classes if these are required.

TESOL Course is an approved training scheme by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority.

Course Details

6 weeks

Monday to Friday (30hours includes 20hours classroom and 10hours unsupervised study)

  • Student must be 18 years of age at the time of Application
  • Suitable entry permit (Visa/immigration status) to study
  • Applicants who do not have English as a first language will need to meet one of the English language requirements outlined by NZQA under "English Language entry requirements for international students’ (www.nzqa.govt.nz) Please contact Imperial administration to obtain the latest English Language entry requirements for the course
  • An Interview

Please contact College administration


Please contact administration for more detail and the availability of these classes.

Fees

Please contact administration at study@imperial.ac.nz

Summary of course

TESOL Course

AIM
On completion of the TESOL course, Graduate will be able

  • To and have experience of current, educationally sound understandings of English language teaching techniques.
  • To resources and activities that will keep them abreast of ongoing English language-teaching developments throughout their teaching careers.
  • To techniques that will improve their ability to be continuously competent practitioners of the subject they will be teaching: English.

Please contact administration for more detail and the availability of these classes.