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IELTS is the International English Language Testing System. It measures the ability to communicate in English across all four skills-l listening, reading, writing and speaking.

For people who intend to study or work where English is the language of communication, an IELTS score provides valuable evidence of your English language proficiency. If you have an IELTS certification, your applications for work or further studies overseas are more likely to be successful.

Qualification/Award issued by :

This preparatory course completion certificate will be issued by Kentridge International Institute and will read as Preparatory course for IELTS.

This certificate does not mean that the student has qualified as it is only a completion certificate and means that the student has fulfilled the requirements of the course. INTEGRATED SKILLS (SPEAKING, LISTENING, READING,WRITING)

Students apply using a technique called Communicative Language Learning where grammar patterns are learned while in conversations. Activities such as role plays and discussions, presentations, simulations are used for practice. Practical reading and writing tasks and vocabulary studies are simultaneously introduced providing the students a complete immersion of the four skills.


Students cover a variety of topics while practising English conversation i.e. functional language in a range of real-life situations. Questions are aimed at eliciting personal information, ideas or views. Students are given opportunities to enact in a variety of given situations. It will focus on the use of correct English covering Understanding, Intelligibility, Pronunciation, Fluency and Accuracy.

  • Able to give and respond to apologies, excuses, and permissions
  • Express and respond to worry, disappointment, feelings
  • Request desired goods or services
  • Ask for recommendations and provide solutions to problems
  • Express hope, regret, gratitude, and sympathy
  • Understand personal, general, or specialized prose
  • Give and follow instructions on technical and nontechnical tasks
  • Express indifference, approval, disapproval, intentions
  • Understand complex formal instructions in various settings
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