Languages and Translation

Languages and Translation

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Explore the English language as you learn to communicate with those around you. Learn to speak basic English at home and in the community. Break down language barriers as you start conversations and build understanding. Ensure everybody has a voice as you become a professional interpreter. Connect with the Deaf community using Auslan. No matter your need, we will make sure you graduate with the confidence to connect with others.

Auslan

Connect and communicate with the deaf community, inspire inclusivity and create wider conversations as you learn to sign fluent Auslan in different settings.

  • Statement of Attainment Conversing in Auslan at a Basic User Level

    900-82722

    Communicate with deaf family, friends and community members. Build on your digital literacy knowledge and learn to apply basic signing skills in an inclusive, supportive environment. Further study could lead to a career as an Auslan interpreter.

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  • Certificate II Auslan

    PSP20218-01

    Communicate with Deaf family, friends or community members. Learn basic signing skills and the cultural values of the Deaf community from teachers who are actively involved in creating inclusive, educational and equitable learning environments that can be applied to real-world scenarios.

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  • Certificate III Auslan

    PSP30218-01

    Progress your Auslan to the next level and deepen your ability to communicate with Deaf family, friends and community members. Learn about Deaf culture and deafblind protocols as you work towards becoming a professional interpreter with this inclusive course.

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  • Certificate IV Auslan

    PSP40818-01

    Strengthen your Auslan skills as you develop fluency and confidence. Communicate with Deaf family, friends and colleagues and engage in spontaneous and formal conversations. Learn about Deafblindness and explore Auslan grammar and vocabulary as you work towards becoming a professional interpreter.

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  • Diploma Auslan

    PSP51018-01

    Deepen your knowledge of Auslan grammar and vocabulary and learn about Deafblind protocols. Become a fluent communicator across a wide range of subjects for social, academic and professional purposes. Work towards your career goals as an interpreter or in the disability and education sectors.

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English for Speakers of Other Languages

Learn to speak everyday English at home, in the classroom and in your community as you gain confidence with talking to others, making appointments or preparing for further study.

  • Statement of Attainment Beginner English

    901-00038

    Learn to listen, speak, read and write in very simple English. This course teaches you skills to help you speak English in the community and do further study at TAFE NSW.

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  • Certificate I Fundamental English for Speakers of Other Languages

    10588NAT-01

    Take the first step towards improving your English language skills. Practise your speaking, reading, writing and listening skills. Gain confidence to talk with friends, family and employers. Learn in a supportive environment and connect with other people who are also learning beginner English.

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  • Certificate I Fundamental English for Speakers of Other Languages

    10982NAT-01

    Take the first step towards improving your English language skills and connect with like-minded people. Practise speaking, reading, writing and listening in a supportive environment. Gain confidence to talk with friends, family and employers.

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  • Certificate II Basic English for Speakers of Other Languages

    10589NAT-01

    Develop your English skills and grow your confidence as you learn to speak and write English in everyday situations. Learn in a supportive classroom environment. Practise sending emails to colleagues, reading your local newspaper and communicating with your classmates and friends.

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  • Certificate II Routine English for Speakers of Other Languages

    10590NAT-01

    Learn essential English you can use every day. You’ll gain confidence as you practise your English skills in a supportive classroom. Open the door to new work and study opportunities, while making friends in the classroom.

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Interpreting

Ensure everybody has a voice as you work as a specialised professional interpreter to translate information in a range of settings.

  • Diploma Interpreting (LOTE-English)

    PSP50916-07

    Advance your career as a professional interpreter. Use your language abilities to help people be heard and understood in many different kinds of settings. Develop in-demand skills that can be used across a variety of industries including the community, health, tourism and business sectors.

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Spoken and Written English

Learn to read and write English, in the classroom and in your community as you gain confidence with writing emails and a resume, reading the news, or preparing further study.

  • Course Course in Preliminary Spoken and Written English

    10725NAT-01

    This beginner-level course helps you build your English skills. Learn the alphabet, introduce yourself and have simple conversations. Practice speaking, listening, reading, and writing with the support of friendly teachers. You’ll study alongside other students at the same level as you.

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  • Certificate I Spoken and Written English

    10727NAT-01

    For English beginners who want to use English in everyday life. You will practice your English speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Learn in a supportive environment and get help from experienced teachers. Gain the confidence to use English for work and study.

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  • Certificate II Spoken and Written English

    10728NAT-01

    Use English to communicate with classmates, friends and employers. Learn in a supportive environment with people at the same level as you. Practise your reading, writing, listening and speaking skills. Gain confidence to use English in your everyday life.

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  • Certificate III Spoken and Written English

    10729NAT-01

    Take your English speaking, listening, reading and writing skills to the next level. Improve your formal and conversational English through practising real-life situations such as writing emails or asking for directions. Gain the skills to help you achieve your dreams of future study or work.

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