Legal Name: Linguis International Institute of Language and Culture Limited
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214A Oxford Terrce ,
Society and Culture
Language and Literature
English for Speakers of Other Languages
Not supplied by Institute
Minimum Entry Requirements:
Not provided by Government. NZQA
Additional Entry Requirements:
Not provided by Government. NZQA
This qualification is intended for learners of English as an additional language, attending NZQA approved programmes delivered in Aotearoa New Zealand or off-shore.
Graduates will have the language skills required to communicate independently and effectively in familiar and some less familiar situations with fluency and flexibility in everyday/social/community, workplace and/or academic English language contexts. This qualification is at a level comparable to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) B2.
This qualification allows Aotearoa New Zealand community, employers and educational institutions to recognise the level at which the graduate can use English for general, workplace or academic purposes.
Graduates of this qualification will have the English language skills to:
- understand main ideas and key supporting details of complex oral texts on familiar and sometimes unfamiliar topics
- read and understand complex texts with a large degree of independence on familiar and sometimes unfamiliar topics
- locate, organise and summarise important information in texts
- speak with fluency and spontaneity to communicate with some degree of elaboration in a range of familiar and unfamiliar contexts
- write coherent texts appropriate to audience and purpose, with few linguistic errors in a range of text types, synthesising and evaluating information and arguments from a number of sources.
To achieve the New Zealand Certificate in English Language (General) (Level 4), graduates must be able to use English relevant to everyday/social/community contexts to meet the outcomes.
To achieve the New Zealand Certificate in English Language (Workplace) (Level 4), graduates must be able to use English relevant to a workplace context to meet the outcomes.
To achieve the New Zealand Certificate in English Language (Academic) (Level 4), graduates must be able to use English relevant to an academic context to meet the outcomes.
This certificate builds on the New Zealand Certificate in English Language (General/ Workplace/Academic ) (Level 3) and can lead to:
* New Zealand Certificate in English Language (Professional/Academic) (Level 5) [Ref: 1884]
and facilitates meeting the language requirements for:
* most vocational and undergraduate programmes/courses and specialised fields of study requiring lower and/or New Zealand Qualifications Framework level 5, for entrance, depending on the focus of the programme leading to this qualification.
Holders of this certificate will have the English language skills to work in positions that require:
* interpersonal communication
* understanding of context-specific professional and/or technical texts
* writing context-specific records and reports
* interaction in a team.
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Total Enrolments for New Zealand Certificate in English Language for 2015: 0, 2016: 0, 2017: 0 and 2018: 0
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