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How to determine that a person has vocational English?

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How to determine that a person has vocational English?

Vocational English means a person has vocational English if a provider of an approved English course determines that the person meets or exceeds one of the following standards:

(a) at least Level 3 proficiency in each of the four core skills of learning, reading, writing and oral communication under the Australian Core Skills Framework; or

(b) an average score of at least 5.5 in an International English Language Testing System test, based on the four test components of speaking, reading, writing and listening; or

(c) a total band score of at least 46 in a Test of English as a Foreign Language internet-based Test, based on the four test components of speaking, reading, writing and listening; or

(d) a total band score of at least 162 in a Cambridge C1 Advanced Test, based on the four test components of speaking, reading, writing and listening; or

(e) a total band score of at least 42 in a Pearson Test of English Academic, based on the four test components of speaking, reading, writing and listening; or

(f) at least B for each of the four test components of speaking, reading, writing and listening in an Occupational English Test. 

If you would like to determine the requirements of vocational English from provider of an approved English course, please speak to our qualified education counsellor either via email at info@australasiaeduconnect.com.au or contact our office via phone +61423064265.

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Source: Immigration (Education) (Standards for Vocational English) Instrument (LIN 21/012) 2021

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