PREPARE FOR ACADEMIC SUCCESS
English for Vocational Studies (EVS) course offers you intensive English preparation for your future Vocational Studies.
EVS focuses on improving your critical thinking skills and developing control of the English language so that you can use your skills in a vocational education environment.
Who is this course for?
English for Vocational Studies (EVS) is designed for intermediate-level English students who are looking for an intensive academic English program to prepare for success in vocational study.
Completing this course will provide a pathway to a diploma program at some of Australia’s best colleges. It also allows you to continue to our English for Academic Purposes course - which will prepare you for further study at University.
EVS is the perfect course to prepare you for your future vocational studies. EVS offers a direct pathway to Greenwich Management College and other Australian vocational colleges
You will learn to
- Understand a variety of texts, including; textbooks and articles
- Understand spoken English in conversations, discussions and lectures
- Express facts, ideas and opinions in academic writing
- Speak clearly and cohesively to an audience
- Use vocabulary related to a range of vocational fields
- Develop analytical and critical thinking skills
Why Study English for Vocational Studies at Greenwich College?
This course offers a pathway to a range of Diploma programs offered at over 30 leading Australian Colleges – no need to complete IELTS.
Achieve greater success with 5 extra hours of FREE test practice, presentations and tutorials to reinforce learning and monitor progress
Receive fortnightly one-on-one academic counselling so you know where to focus your efforts and can achieve greater success, faster.
Watch Greenwich English and Management College Videos
The course improved my technical language and developed my speaking skills. I learnt how to take notes and give presentations to prepare myself for study at university.
Lidia Anna Nieweglowska
|09:00-10:30||Last Week Review||Grammar for Academic Purposes
|Academic Reading Skills
How can grammar help
Using complex grammar
structures in your writing
Writing and Reading
vocabulary related to the
topic of the week
Listening for important
points and information
Phrases and expressions
connected to the
topic of the week
|Role Play||Practice Test
Listening and Speaking
The difference between
formal and informal writing
How to write an essay
In class practice
|Individual / Group Presentations|
Using special reading
techniques to quickly find answers
How to do an academic
|Academic Writing Skills
Different types of
|Feedback on Presentations|
Here's what you need to know
IELTS 5.0 or equivalent; or
Greenwich English College Entry Test; or
Offshore Entry Test available through a registered representatives.
Classes commence every 5 weeks.
Courses are 10 weeks.