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IELTS Preparation Online Course 

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WIE’s Computer-based IELTS Preparation course is the most comprehensive test preparation programme on the market, instructing students in all four language skills - Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing, with over 800 hours of online learning.

WIE’s Computer-based IELTS Preparation course is based on Vital English's  IELTS preparation Course.  Vital English designs and distributes English Language teaching and learning solutions globally. Vital English now have one of the largest product ranges of any online ELT provider in the market. Since its conception Vital English has enjoyed the privilege of working with many leaders in both the ELT and technology markets. This enables Vital English to design, build and deliver learning materials that are incomparable on the world stage.Vital English have drawn upon the academic expertise of internationally recognised ELT consultants. Professor Rod Ellis from the University of Auckland and Professor Zhang Lianzhong from China.

Course Materials
The course materials are multimedia and interactive, and cover the four skills - reading, writing, listening and speaking - as well as theory, spelling, grammar and vocabulary. Language learning through our courseware moves from vocabulary and task-based approach to one more clearly focused on accuracy and complexity.

IELTS Speaking
At the end of this module, students are expected to be able to:

  • use interaction skills in an interview situation.
  • use appropriate para-linguistic skills such as body language and eye contact.
  • produce cohesive, coherent and grammatically correct speech.
  • use appropriate vocabulary, pronunciation, intonation and word and sentence stress.


IELTS Listening
At the end of this module, students are expected to be able to:

  • listen for general information/main ideas as well as specific information/detail in
    everyday conversations between two people.
  • short, non-academic talks/monologues at natural speed.
  • discussions between two or more speakers in an academic setting.
  • academic-style lectures on a scientific or general information topic.
  • listen to and identify non-specialised academic vocabulary in context.
  • answer the following IELTS-type questions:
  • identify key information from a table/chart/map.
  • complete a timetable/calendar of events.
  • label a diagram.
  • complete short answer/multiple choice/ true-false questions.

IIELTS Academic Reading
At the end of this module, students are expected to be able to:

  • survey, skim and scan a reading text in order to be able to answerthe following types of questions: multiple choice, short answer, sentence completion, notes/ summary/diagram/flowchart/table completion, identify writers views, identify information, classification, matching of lists and phrases.
  • understand and use a range of academic vocabulary items.
  • deal with unknown vocabulary in a text.

IELTS Academic Writing
At the end of this module, students are expected to be able to:

  • understand the structure of a Task 1 response and a Task 2 essay.
    write a response to describe information in a chart, diagram, table or graph.
    write an essay (problem/solution; present and justify opinion; compare and contrast; argument).
  • use paragraphs, grammar structures and vocabulary appropriately.

IELTS Preparation online Fee Information 

Course Length  Fees (NZ$)
3 months 160
6 months 280
9 months 390
12 months 480

Waikato Institute of Education
Address: 103 London Street,
PO Box 773, Hamilton, New Zealand
Phone: 64 - 7 - 8382450   Fax: 64 - 7 - 838 2453