The computer office applications and vocational ESL training program goal is to provide participants with basic clerical skills required to obtain entry level employment.
The program is designed for limited English proficient individuals who are seeking courses in vocational English as a second language and basic computer skills.
The vocational English language component will focus on grammar, writing, and conversational skills.
Vocational instruction will focus on the use of Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, and keyboarding/typing skills.
The program will also train participants in basic job development skills such as resume writing and job search techniques.
All applicants must have high school diploma and English language competency; therefore, students must submit one of the following:
- Score of 100 on TOEFL iBT (with at least 20 in each section) – only for nonnative English learners
- SAT – 600 Reading Score and 625 Writing Score
- ACT – 27 English Score Student that have scores older than two years, scores below above benchmarks, or do not have a score to demonstrate English language competency, must pass Versant English Placement Test to enroll in the program.
Versant English Placement Test takes approximately about an hour and required passing score is 33, which complies with CEFR level A2.
Connect With a Counselor
Once you have completed your application and submitted it, a counselor will email you and setup a phone interview to ensure the course you are selecting best fits your career needs and objectives.
Schedule On-Site Tour
Once you have completed a phone interview with one of our expert counselors, you will be scheduled for an on-site visit where you can see first hand the facility and meet with the administration, ask any pending questions you might have and complete the English Placement Test. <i>(The English Placement Test is an admissions requirement).</i>
Submit Requested Documentation
Once you have completed your site tour, and are ready to complete your application submission process, submit any additional or pending documentation as advised by your counselor during your one on one session.
Obtain Course Materials
A few days prior to your scheduled class start date, you will be provided with your required course materials.
Attend Scheduled Classes
Attend classes regularly and on time. This is the most critical part of your career advancement objectives. Pay close attention during class, ask questions, and even have the instructor repeat or take subjects offline for deeper clarification as required to ensure that you understand the subject matter being discussed.
Earn Your Certificate of Completion
A certificates of completion will be mailed out to you or made available for pickup from our office within one week of successfully completing your course.