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Adelaide City Campus


English Language Centre - AMEP Program

Ground floor (Block A) - Street Level
120 Currie Street
Adelaide SA 5000
Phone: (08) 8226 6555
Fax: (08) 8226 6882
Email: foundationskills.amep@tafesa.edu.au


Which courses can you study at ELC AMEP Adelaide City Campus?

If you are eligible for the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) you can enrol in:

  • Basic English

  • Intermediate English

  • Pathways to Employment and Training

  • Home Tutor Training

  • Distance Learning

  • Citizenship

When are classes held at ELC AMEP Adelaide City Campus?

Daytime - Monday to Friday Evening - Monday & Wednesday: 5.45-9.00pm

What public transport takes you to Adelaide City Campus?

Public transport goes from all suburbs to the city. You can travel by bus, tram, o-bahn or train to arrive in the city. You only need to walk a short distance to your English class.

For public transport information, phone the passenger information line on 8210 1000 or visit Adelaide Metro.



English Language Centre - SEE Program

Level 1, Block C
120 Currie Street
Adelaide SA 5000
Phone: (08) 8207 8805
Fax: (08) 8207 8644
Email: elc.tas@tafesa.edu.au

Which other English Courses can you study at Adelaide City Campus when you have completed your AMEP entitlement?

ELC Adelaide City Campus offers a range of courses for migrants and refugees who have completed the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP), or are not eligible for the AMEP program. Courses prepare students for further study and employment. Some vocational training courses are also provided with English support.

When are classes held?

Classes are held during the daytime and evenings.

Some classes at Adelaide City Campus are semester based and begin in late January or in July.

You can join a SEE Program class anytime. Check with your local Centrelink Office for eligibility.

What resources can you use?

Adelaide City Campus has a large Learning Resource Centre and Computer Suites where students can drop in to study independently and check their email. The campus also has a canteen and a student information service which provides career counselling and information about TAFE and university courses.

"The ELS teachers helped me develop a plan for my future which included study and work." Lin Zhou