English as an Additional Language Level 1 (EAL 1) is for people who speak little English and those who need help with reading and writing English. Develop a foundation in written and conversational English in a supportive classroom.
Suitable for any student and those who have completed AMEP Course – Adult Migrant English Program or are visiting Australia and would like to continue to develop your English skills in a supportive local community environment.
Term class runs twice a week on a Wednesday & Friday for 9 weeks, except East Friday 30/3/18. Duration: 3 hours per session
- Increased skills and confidence in reading, writing and pronouncing the English language
- Ability to communicate in a wider variety of community settings
- Greater understanding of how to feel in forms, understanding of health and safety, Australian culture and discuss topics of the day
- Greater understanding of the grammar, phonics and conjugation of the English language
- Expert tuition from an experienced teacher, plus increased confidence in a supportive community environment
- We are able to offer FREE childcare with this course as a commitment to our community development philosophy in supporting opportunities for the local community (places are limited). Apply the code BRIDGE to receive $20 off before December 20.
- Just your enthusiasm and willingness to learn!
For people who speak little English and those who need help with reading and writing English
Vendor since 2017
The Bridge is a vital part of our community.
Our activities cover a range of services designed to improve quality of life, educate our children, provide quality training, connect people with their community, promote health and wellbeing, support volunteering, work with other services and support a multi cultural society.
The Bridge is a community based management model with skilled volunteers on our Board of Management. The Board meets monthly and provides the governance and the strategic direction of the organisation, ensures financial viability of the entity and compliance with legislative and contractual obligations. The governance model is developmental, with the Board working co-operatively and collaboratively with staff, volunteers, house participants and the wider community, thus generating a range of community benefits. Members are encouraged to be actively involved in decision making and to have ownership of the programs and activities in the centre.