Distance Learning

If you want to study English with us but cannot attend classes, you may be eligible to study English at home through our Distance Learning program.

AMEP Distance Learning

What is Distance Learning?

In Teacher Assisted Distance Learning you will have a weekly personalised lesson by phone or Skype with a qualified teacher. You will also receive online materials or printed materials and CDs to practice your English skills.

Why study English using Distance Learning?

The advantage of Distance Learning is that lessons are one-on-one, so you can study the areas that you need to focus on and at your own pace. Each Distance Learning lesson uses up 5 of your allocated AMEP free* English hours.

How does it work?

In the Teacher Assisted Distance Learning program you have a telephone or Skype lesson for one hour each week. You can choose to study with online study materials or written materials and CDs, and you can also receive additional assistance from your teacher using email.

What is Blended Learning?

Blended Learning combines Distance Learning with classroom tuition and/or with a Home Tutor visit. You can choose to combine the three study modes in any combination: Distance Learning, Home Tutor and group classes at one of our Navitas English or Consortium colleges.

Combining the different modes suits students who want to take on extra hours of tuition in addition to group classes, or those who want extra individualised lessons on some aspect of English that interests them. This could include, for example, practicing pronunciation or learning English for getting a job.

Study with us

Whichever way you choose to study, you will need to contact us and register at your nearest Navitas English or Consortium college.

Find out how to enrol.

*Eligibility criteria apply. The Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) is funded by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training.

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