This Unit is designed for candidates whose first language is not English but who need to develop their ability to use English in a broad vocational context. The vocational context relevant to this Unit can be Work or Study-related contexts. Candidates undertaking this Unit will have some previous knowledge of English at a basic level and will be familiar with the Roman script. While studying this Unit candidates will develop their level of competence in the skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing in English for work and study purposes.
Subject to sufficient numbers this course will be delivered as a taught class.
At the discretion of the college although it would be expected that the candidate has some previous knowledge of English.
Candidates who complete this Unit will be able to understand short straightforward spoken and written information, write short texts, and interact in straightforward work and study contexts.
Materials will be provided by the tutor as required.
You will receive taught sessions, completing tasks as instructed by your tutor.
The final assessment of this unit consists of 4 Learning Outcomes. Your tutor will tell you when you are ready to take each Learning Outcome. If your performance in the final assessment is satisfactory, you will receive a certificate from the SQA. The learning outcomes will include Communicating orally in English for vocational purposes; Producing written English for vocational purposes; Demonstrating an understanding of spoken English in a vocational context; Demonstrating an understanding of written English in a vocational context.
This single credti course is delivered in 30 hours
Please contact your local centre for more details on the course start date..
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Students who successfully achieve this course may wish to study ESOL: Everyday Communication, Transactional Contexts, or Work and Study rrelated Contexts at SCQF level 4. SCQF level 4,
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