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Arabic Beginners Stage 2

State ID: C2019

The Arabic Language "Allughah 'al arabiyyah

Arabic is spoken in over twenty countries from North-West Africa to the Arabian Gulf which makes it one of the most widely used languages in the world. There are three different kinds of Arabic that are written and spoken.
Classical Arabic - this is the language of the Qur'aan and classical literature. Its structure is similar to the modern standard but the style and much of the vocabulary is archaic.
Modern Classical Arabic - this is the universal language of the Arab world understood by all Arabic speakers. Almost all written material is in modern standard as are formal TV programs, talks, etc.
Colloquial Arabic – these are the spoken languages of the different regions of the Arab world. They vary the most in everyday words and expressions.
To learn the modern classical Arabic it is essential to go into rather complex grammar. The Arabic covered in these courses is a mixture of the modern classical and the colloquial Arabic to lessen the complexity of the grammar. Students completing these courses will be able to understand and be understood by all Arabic speakers.

Course outline
We offer two course levels, the content covered at each level is:

  • Arabic Beginners Stage 1 - This is a general introduction to the language, its sound and writing system and some general information on the countries in which it is spoken.
  • Arabic Beginners Stage 2 - This course is a direct continuation of Beginners. Words and phrases learned are revised and extended to new situation, and more cultural information on the countries added.

Requirements

For entry into the courses, we would recommend the following:

  • Arabic Beginners Stage 1 - no pre requisite required
  • Arabic Beginners Stage 2 - completion of Stage 1 or an equivalent level course completed at another training organisation

What to Bring
For each course, you will need to bring:

  • Pen and notepad

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WhereNorthbridge Building 1
DurationSeven (7) sessions x 2 hours
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Saturdays 11:30am - 1:00pm
Commencing 11 May 2019

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$255

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Entrance Requirements

Entrance Requirements tableIn order to gain entry into this course you must demonstrate well developed maths and communication skills.

For school leavers:

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The Application Process

This course is delivered full time, part time, as a traineeship or workbased program, and applying for the course is different with each option.

Full time:

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Online:

This course is available for study online. Contact enquiries.business@central.wa.edu.au or phone 9427 1307 or 9427 1693 to find out if this is a suitable option for you.

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Part time:

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Work Based:

To find out more about work based training, please contact us on 9427 1307 or 9427 1693, or email enquiries.business@central.wa.edu.au.

International:

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Recognition of Prior Learning

Do you have existing skills? Whether obtained through paid or voluntary work, training or other experiences, you may be able to fast track your study by applying for recognition of prior learning, often referred to as RPL.

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Getting into this course

 

Entrance Requirements

In order to gain entry into this course you must demonstrate well developed maths and communication skills.

For school leavers:

This conversion table explains the grades you need to have obtained at a high school level to meet this entry level requirement. View a entrance requirements conversion table

For non-school leavers:

If you are not coming straight from school you still need to provide us with evidence that demonstrates you can meet the above entry requirement. The Training WA website has a skills calculator that can help you identify what previous experiences you can use as evidence.

 

The Application Process

This course is delivered full time, part time, as a traineeship or workbased program, and applying for the course is different with each option.

Full time:

Find out more information about the process to apply, enrol and pay.

Online:

This course is available for study online. Contact enquiries.business@central.wa.edu.au or phone 9427 1307 or 9427 1693 to find out if this is a suitable option for you.

Download a brochure about studying this course online.

Part time:

Find out about applying for a part time course

Traineeships:

Find out about applying for a course as a trainee

Work Based:

To find out more about work based training, please contact us on 9427 1307 or 9427 1693, or email enquiries.business@central.wa.edu.au.

International:

Apply for this course online at Education and Training International (ETI)

 

 

Recognition of Prior Learning

Do you have existing skills? Whether obtained through paid or voluntary work, training or other experiences, you may be able to fast track your study by applying for recognition of prior learning, often referred to as RPL.

Find out more here

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