ELICOS students kicked off the new year with a farewell afternoon tea for much loved student, Meng, last week. Meng recently completed the General English program and is going on to continue studies in Hospitality at RGIT Australia. ELICOS and EAL Trainer, Chloe, said that she is sure that "Meng's proficient use of English will provide him a definite professional advantage in this dynamic sector."
ELICOS students and their Trainer, Neda, took time out from the classroom and had lunch at a local Chinese restaurant today. Getting out of the classroom was a great way to rejuvenate the mind as well as practice conversational English with locals and each other.
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PTE classes have now resumed for 2018 and are in full swing. Classes recommenced in the second week of January with student numbers expected to increase steadily as students continue to enrol for the recommended training period of at least four weeks. The team was very excited to re-launch PTE Course Melbourne training classes in December last year, with the PTE marketing campaign having continued over the Christmas break the team and agents enroling and speaking with interested students.
RGIT students had a field trip to Crown Kitchen Workshop for the Lunch Buffet at Crown Melbourne on Wednesday, 13 December 2017.
Students strolled down Collins Street and took the tram to Crown, where the Kitchen Workshop buffet served as a great way to wind down the year before the Christmas break.
“Thank you to all of the staff who supported the students today at the buffet... Well done, a fabulous achievement..." - Denise, Hospitality Coordinator