Certificate II in Applied Language - French

Year Level: Generally completed over Years 11 and 12
Codes: 10297NAT
Program Information:

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Recommended Background: An interest in French language and culture. Prior knowledge of French an advantage but not required.
Course Content Description:

The Certificate II is comprised of the following units of competency:

Year 11

CALOCS201 Conduct basic oral communication for social purposes in a language other than English.

CALRWS203 Read and write basic documents for social purposes in a language other than English.

Topics will include:

  • Exchanging basic personal information
  • Describing friends and family
  • Talking about hobbies and free time activities
  • Making and responding to invitations and suggestions

Year 12:

CALOCW202 Conduct basic workplace oral communication in a language other than English.

CALRWW204 Read and write basic workplace documents in a language other than English.

Topics will include:

  • Travel and working in the tourism industry
  • Providing description and information about a town
  • Giving directions and catching public transport
  • Applying for a job and awareness of the workplace environment

Students learn:

  • practical skills which enable effective oral communication in the workplace or community
  • cultural communication skills which assist in industry
Mode of Delivery: In Moodle and live, online lessons. Partnership agreement with North Metropolitan TAFE Code 52786
Textbooks / Stationery: Refer to the Booklist - Personal Items and Resource List
Certificate Completion: Cannot be used for WACE completion requirements. Will be awarded 4 unit equivalence upon completion.
General Pathway: Entry into training or the workforce