Our Courses

Fusion English has a variety of courses available for students who wish to learn and improve their English language skills.

General English

Elementary to Advanced
(CRICOS CODE 084966F)

This program is ideal for students who want to improve their overall English language proficiency and to gain confidence to communicate effectively in real-life situations. 

This course can be a great starting point for students who would like to settle into Australian life and then pursue a higher education or specific goals. Following an integrated skills approach, students do a variety of speaking, listening, writing and reading structured tasks every day to improve their English communication abilities. Lessons also help students develop their awareness and use of grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation to enable them to confidently express themselves on an ever-wider range of topics with increasing levels of subtlety.


Duration | 5 to 60 weeks

Available | Morning or Evening

Intakes | Every Monday

Entry Level | No minimum level required


*Available in Melbourne and Brisbane Campuses

Elementary
Pre-Intermediate
Intermediate
Upper-Intermediate
Advanced
EAP / Advanced

(CRICOS CODE: 084965G)

This course was designed for students who need to develop their oral and written communication skills for further studies in an English-speaking environment. 

This course will prepare students for success in vocational and tertiary level academic environment where English is the language of instruction – TAFE courses and University. Students develop their critical thinking skills by engaging with complex text on a range of topics (science, technology, engineering, education, society, art, language, the environment) and discuss them with classmates in formal presentations and written essays.

Students are assessed on their ability to: 

  • Comprehend lectures and articles 
  • Deliver Presentation of at least 10 minutes in length 
  • Plan, research, write and reference assays of at least 1000 words in length


Duration | 5 to 36weeks

Available | Morning

Intakes | Every Monday

Entry Level | Intermediate level and above


*Available in Melbourne Campus

Entry Requirement: Upper Intermediate level and above

Sample Course Outline

Week# Topic Language Focus Assesment Task
Week 1 Critical thinking Fact and opinion
Generalisation and Bias
Listening – Students listen to a dialogue and complete multiple choice questions
Week 2 The Media Linking Words Reading – Students are given 20 questions to answer in a set time
Week 3 Sociology Word Families
Comparing and contrasting
Speaking – Students are given a list of 5 topics and have to debate 2 of them in pairs
Week 4 Leadership Reporting verbs
Phrasal verbs
Writing – Students have to write a 250-300 word argumentative essay
Week 5 Academic Language Applications Tense Review
Prefixes and Suffixes
Grammar Test – Students are given an Online Grammar test to complete
Week 6 Law Conditional Sentences
Past Modals
Listening – Students listen to a lecture and complete gap-fill
Week 7 Interpreting and Translations Interpreting and translating terminology Reading – Students are given 20 Questions to answer in a set time
Week 8 Fashion Cause and effect conjunctions Writing – 1000/1500 word compare and contrast essay
based on negotiated topic area
Week 9 Academic presentations Vocabulary for structuring presentations Speaking – Students have to
make a 10 minute presentation (using PowerPoint) on a
negotiated topic
Week 10 Interpersonal and International Communication Forming Questions All skills -Students (in groups) have to carry out a survey on a negotiated topic.
IELTS Preparation

(CRICOS CODE: 084967E)

Prepare to succeed in the IELTS test! This course was designed for students who plan to take the IELTS exam within the next 10-20 weeks. 

In this course Students will learn different techniques and strategies to help them fully demonstrate their language ability on the exam. Our focused and professional support will also help you familiarize yourself with the IELTS exam environment, as well as allow you to practice on all 4 skills (Listening, Writing, Reading and Speaking) through frequent mock tests and instant feedback.

Every type of IELTS writing tasks, including both Academic and General Training modules is covered systematically during each level of the course. While practicing, students will also have the opportunity to improve their grammar, vocabulary, spelling, punctuation and pronunciation.


Duration | 5 to 36 weeks

Available | Morning or Evening

Intakes | Every Monday

Entry Level | Intermediate Level and above


*Available in Melbourne and Brisbane Campuses

Entry Requirement: Upper Intermediate level and above

Sample Course Outline

Week# Topic Language Focus Assessment Task
Week 1 Exercise Facts and Healthy Eating Functions
Reflective learning
Listening test – (Mock)
Week 2 Identifying Cities and
World Quiz
Formality
Critical thinking
Mock IELTS Test – all skills
Week 3 Hurry sickness and
Leisure Choices
Nouns and noun phrases
Self evaluation
Speaking – (Mock)
Week 4 Shopping behaviour and
Arts and culture
Discussing likes and dislikes
Describing events and attractions
Writing – all skills
Week 5 Water use and
Taking risks
Hedging
Describing stages
Grammar Test
Week 6 Memory and
Education
Signposting
Questioning
Mock IELTS Test – all skills
Week 7 Communication systems and Electronic Messaging Comparing and contrasting
Dealing with errors
Reading Test – (Mock)
Week 8 Space quiz and Predictions Discussing personal goals
Predicting the future
Mock IELTS Test – all skills
Week 9 Transport facts and Tourism Reading and locating information
Dealing with difficult data
Writing Test – (Mock)
Week 10 Facial expressions and photography Word building/Academic Style
Discussing topics fluently
Mock IELTS Test – all skills
Business English

(CRICOS CODE: 086336J)

Business English was designed for students wishing to improve their English in a business environment.

This course will develop student’s ability to communicate in English through activities as realistic as possible. Students will be taught practical tasks such as participating in meetings, giving presentations, refining telephone skills, reading and writing emails, real business projects between the school and building business and finance vocabulary.

Teachers strategically incorporate multimedia and an array of real life materials to enhance the learning experience. Students are tested on a weekly basis, including a detailed feedback every 5 weeks.


Duration | 5 to 20 weeks

Available | Morning

Intakes | Every Monday

Entry Level | Upper-Intermediate Level and above


*Available in Melbourne Campus

Entry Requirement: Upper Intermediate level and above

Sample Course Outline

Week# Topic Skills Focus Assesment Task
Week 1 Communication Idioms /
Communication breakdown
Listening – listen to business messages
and listen to lecture about presentation
Week 2 Marketing Brainstorming Reading – read article and do gap fill activities as well as comprehension questions – all skills
Week 3 Business relationships Networking /
How to build a business
Speaking – Give a formal presentation in student’s specific job using Power Point
Week 4 Successful people Negotiating Writing – Write an email to a manager arranging hotel accommodation for an overseas work colleague
Week 5 Motivation Word Building / Understanding people Grammar – Weeks 1-5 review of grammar taught
Week 6 Risk management Assessing risk Dealing with a crisis Listening
– Business English Certificate [BEC]
Week 7 Management styles Presentations Reading – Business English Certificate [BEC]
Week 8 Working on a team Conflict resolution Speaking – Business English Certificate [BEC]
Week 9 Raising money Financial terms Writing – write a memo to Staff and write a letter confirming an order
Week 10 Customer service Dealing with complaints Grammar – Weeks 6-10 review of grammar taught