AMEP

Kangan Institute AMEP

The Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) is funded by the Australian Government and provides up to 510 hours of free English language lessons to eligible migrants and humanitarian entrants. If you have been granted a permanent visa or eligible temporary visa and speak little or no English, you may be eligible for the AMEP. Some migrant youths aged between 15 and 17 years of age may also be eligible.

In an Adult Migrant English Program class, you will learn English language skills and gain information about Australian society. You will meet other new arrivals, with similar backgrounds, experiences and goals, and you may make new friends. All of these together will help you settle successfully in Australia. English language skills are also very important if you wish to work in Australia.

The Adult Migrant English Program is delivered by approved service providers at around 250 locations across Australia in major cities as well as rural and regional areas. Classes are taught by teachers who are trained to teach English to speakers of other languages.

 
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You may also be eligible to join the AMEP classes if:

  • a migrant with an eligible temporary visa
  • refugee settling in Australia with a permanent visa
  • a young person (15 to 17 years) (Youth programs available)

You should register for AMEP classes within 6 months of arriving in Australia, or within 6 months of gaining permanent Australian residence.
You should start your English classes within 12 months of arriving in Australia.

If you have not met these timeframes or need more information, please contact us on 1300 675 676 to discuss your study options.

At Kangan Institute, we have dedicated English Language training classes for applicants to the AMEP. Our classes are delivered on site in Broadmeadows, Craigieburn and Docklands.

We believe in providing an exceptional level of support to students enrolling into the program, and ensuring that they have one-on-one access to the teachers in order to achieve their English language goals.

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We have a number of enrolment options available for prospective students. They include:

  • Online enrolments
  • In person – You can visit our Broadmeadows or Docklands campus in person to enrol into the program
  • Call us on 1300 675 676 or email us at AMEP@kangan.edu.au

We also have dedicated support staff available to guide you through the process. If you have any questions about the course you need to enrol into or require additional information, please contact us and someone will help you through the process.

Our classes are delivered at the following locations:

  • Kangan Institute’s Broadmeadows Campus (Building B)
  • Kangan Institute’s Docklands Campus
  • Hume Global Learning Centre (Broadmeadows and Craigieburn)

 

Our classes are delivered at the following locations:

  • Kangan Institute’s Broadmeadows Campus (Building B)
  • Kangan Institute’s Docklands Campus
  • Hume Global Learning Centre (Broadmeadows and Craigieburn)

 


Why Kangan Institute?


 
  • Specialised youth classes at all levels offered at our Broadmeadows campus
  • English as another language (EAL) classes offered at all levels from the Course in Preliminary Certificate in Spoken and Written English (10361NAT) to the Certificate IV in Spoken and Written English (10365NAT)
  • We offer a wide range of study opportunities for students who would like to gain employment skills after completing their English studies
  • Evening classes available at our Broadmeadows Campus

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Testimonials


Kangan Instutute's AMEP Student John-Al-Qasha John Al-Qasha, Adult Migrant English Program
Initially from Iraq, John and his family moved to Melbourne in 2017 as humanitarian settlers. Read more...