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Certificate in English for Construction

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Certificate in english for construction

The rapid development of the construction industry can directly affect language needs. Employees of the construction industry have the same pressure to communicate efficiently with English in the workplace.The  Course is emphasising on topics that reflect the latest developments in constructions and relevant to students’ needs and employees in training at work.

Introduction

The rapid development of the construction industry can directly affect language needs. Employees of the construction industry have the same pressure to communicate efficiently with English in the workplace.The  Course is emphasising on topics that reflect the latest developments in constructions and relevant to students’ needs and employees in training at work.




Course Specification & Synopsis

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Eligibility

  • Passed English at Year 8 and completed Year 8 or its equivalent in their respective countries OR
  • Matured student:  At least 30 years old with at least 8 years of relevant working experiences will be considered.



Fee

Full Time

  • Application Fees (Non-refundable):  $107
  • Course Fees: $3210 
  • Material Fees: $53.50
  • Fee Protection Scheme (FPS): Charges borne by GSTM

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Part Time 


  • Application Fees (Non-refundable): $53.50
  • Course Fees: $2140 (1 Installment) OR $3317(3 Installment) 
  • Material Fees: $53.50
  • Fee Protection Scheme (FPS): Charges borne by GSTM

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Administrative Fee [ Applicable to 
International Students] 

  • Medical Insurance:  $107.00
  • International Student Administrative Fees: $53.50
  • Administrative Fees for Student Pass Application: $85.60 
  • ICA Application Processing Fees: $30.00
  • ICA Issuance Student Pass Application Fees: $60.00
 
NOTE:  All fees are inclusive of GST 



Duration

 
  • Full Time: 2 months (Weekday)
  • Part Time: 3 months (Evening weekday/ Weekend) 
 


Class Mode

Full Time: 
  • Weekday  -  10.30am to 12.30pm and 1.30pm to 2.30 pm  or 2.30pm to 3.30pm  OR 10.30am to 1.30pm

Part Time:

  • Weekday -  7.00 pm to 10.00 pm  OR  Weekend -  6.00 pm to 9.00 pm



For the safety of our students, we will progressively increase the number of students allowed back to school for in-house person learning (classes/ lectures/labs) with no more than 50 persons including the staffs, lecturers and tutors per day. Classes and lectures with more than 50 persons will continue to be held online. 


For in-person examinations and assessments, only classrooms will be used with no more than 50 persons (including invigilators/ staff). All necessary safe management measurement, including at least 1 metre distancing between individuals ,mask-on at all time. Where practicable, we may consider online assessments and examination. Speak to us for more details. Thanks! 



Mode of Delivery

  • Blended



Assessment Method

  • 70%  Coursework
  • 30%  Examination


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Key Features

 The course has been developed to focus on:
  • language skills on the latest development in construction at a higher level of accuracy and appropriacy.
  • topics emphasised on the latest development in construction that is immediately relevant to the students’ needs. 



Employability

Graduates of this Certificate will be equipped with the fundamental  English language skills for employability in construction workplace contexts. It will help job seekers and young professionals with the English they need.  It also helps learners to gain confidence and support a career change and get ready for further study in GSTM.   

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