***FLC - Foundational Communication in English 2024***

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Pre-Requirements:
A learner should have a minimum AET Level 3 competency in English

Description:

The curriculum framework for Foundational Communication in English describes the English language skills, processes, knowledge and practices that will help people deal confidently and successfully with formal occupational training which is delivered mainly through the medium of English, and uses training materials in English.

Elements and Outcomes:

Element 1: Reading

Outcome 1.1: Learners will be able to use basic reading strategies
Outcome 1.2: Learners will be able to identify the main ideas in text
Outcome 1.3: Learners will be able to identify conventions and formats of different text types
Outcome 1.4: Learners will be able to identify the organisation and structure of text
Outcome 1.5: Learners will be able to interpret and respond critically to a text

Element 2: Writing

Outcome 2.1: Learners will be able to use basic writing strategies
Outcome 2.2: Learners will be able to produce the appropriate text type for the purpose and audience
Outcome 2.3: Learners will be able to write relevant content
Outcome 2.4: Learners will be able to use grammatical and other language conventions so that the message is clear.

Element 3: Speaking & Listening

Outcome 3.1: Learners will be able to use strategies to understand spoken language and communicate clearly
Outcome 3.2: Learners will be able to identify the purpose, audience and effects of communication
Outcome 3.3: Learners will be able to use and respond to different grammatical and structural features of oral communication

Element 4: Visual Literacy

Outcome 4.1: Learners will be able to identify the purposes of visual and graphic representations
Outcome 4.2: Learners will be able to identify the main features of common visual and graphic representations
Outcome 4.3: Learners will be able to understand the meaning of visual and graphic representations and explain their content
Outcome 4.4: Learners will be able to present information in basic visual and graphic ways

Element 5: Language Structure and Use

Outcome 5.1: Learners will be familiar with common grammatical functions of words, and how these affect meaning
Outcome 5.2: Learners use grammatical knowledge to work with and construct meaningful sentences
Outcome 5.3: Learners use grammatical knowledge to process and understand connected paragraphs and longer texts.

Element 6: Study Skills

Outcome 6.1: Understand and use common study and training terminology
Outcome 6.2: Understand and use different learning strategies
Outcome 6.3: Manage learning and learning materials

Element 7: Workplace Terminology

Outcome 7.1: Discuss and understand the key features of a workplace
Outcome 7.2: Identify and discuss common features of workplace roles and responsibilities
Outcome 7.3: Use English in specific occupations
Outcome 7.4: Use English in information technology contexts

Contact Details
Contact Person:
Academy Training Group - 011 394 1383
Contact Email:
kempton [at] academytraining.co.za
Course Details
Unit Standard:
SAQA ID: 88895
NQF Level:
Level 2
Course Duration:
1 Year
Course Delivery Method:

E-learning E-learning

Blended Blended

In Class In Class

Distance Distance

Presented Presented Courses

In House In-House

On Demand On Demand

Cost:
On Request

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