Am I eligible for AMEP?
Please contact us to find out if you are eligible for AMEP. If you are eligible, AMEP staff will help you to enrol and give you more information about how you can study AMEP. We need your full name, date of birth and visa number.
Where can I study AMEP?
Our classes are held in many convenient places. There are three main South Metro TAFE AMEP Centres – Carlisle • Thornlie • Armadale. There are five community based venues for classes: Northbridge • East Fremantle • Langford • Rockingham • Mandurah. There are many places in regional Western Australia to study AMEP.
What do I study in AMEP?
Spoken and Written English: there are different levels, and we will assess your English level to see where you should start.
English Levels: Complete beginner >> Course in Preliminary Spoken and Written English (CPSWE) - 10361NAT • Beginner >> Certificate I in Spoken and Written English (CSWE I) - 10362NAT • Post- beginner >> Certificate II in Spoken and Written English (CSWE II) - 10363NAT • Intermediate >> Certificate III in Spoken and Written English (CSWE III) - 10364NAT
What other services do you offer?
South Metro TAFE AMEP can help with:
• Registration & enrolment
• Full-time and part-time classes
• Saturday classes (Carlisle and Thornlie)
• Access to Home Tutor Scheme
• Free career and study advice
• Free childcare for eligible clients
• Onsite creche (most sites)
• Referrals to Distance Learning and e-learning
• Free document translation service (visit www.dss.gov.au/free-translating)
How can I get involved with AMEP?
Migrants and Humanitarian Entrants from over 40 different countries learn English with the AMEP at South Metropolitan TAFE. South Metropolitan TAFE’s home tutor scheme offers the rewarding opportunity for volunteers to help these migrants learn English. If you’re interested in helping to change lives, contact us to find out more about the AMEP Home Tutoring Scheme. People who volunteer for the program are offered free training by experienced teachers.