Daytime courses are usually 3 times per week and evening courses are twice per week. There are courses from Pre-Entry to Level 1. Before you start a course, you will have an assessment to make sure you are on the right course at the right level.
If English is not your first language, join our ESOL courses. These will help you to learn more about life and work in the UK.
In the first semester you will develop your communication skills in speaking, listening and English grammar. In the second semester, the courses focus on reading, writing and grammar skills. Alongside your ESOL class at entry 3 or Level 1 you may choose to enrol on another course to further develop your skills for example maths, ICT, Childcare or Business & Administration. Exams take place at the end of each course (if appropriate).
Before you join a course, you will have an assessment. This is to make sure you are placed on the right course at the right level. If your level is above Level 1 ESOL, you will be referred to our English courses.
What is ESOL?
English for Speakers of Other Languages is for people whose 1st language is not English.
What are the entry requirements for ESOL?
There are no entry requirements. You will have an assessment to decide which class is the best for you.
What does an ESOL course teach?
The course will help you communicate in English. You will improve your speaking, listening, reading and writing. You will gain confidence and learn about life and work in the UK. This will help you with things like shopping, going to the doctor and speaking to people in your local community.
How can ESOL improve my CV?
A formal ESOL qualification shows employers that you are committed to learning and improving your skills.
Benefits of completing an ESOL course
• find a job
• access further training opportunities
• understand people better
• be more comfortable in your community
• understand your rights