If English is not your first language, this programme can improve your language skills and provide you with a route to a wide range of qualifications and subjects. This course is for you if you are aged 19 or above.
Each term students will learn a new skill. In the Autumn term learners will study Speaking and Listening. In the Spring term learners will study Reading Skills. In the Summer term learners will study Writing Skills. It is possible for new learners to join the course at the start of each term.
The Adult ESOL Course is a part-time course that can be studied either during the day or in the evenings.
There are rolling start dates for this course, so you could be starting soon than you think.
Assessment sessions are held every Monday. Contact us by telephone on 01252 407097 to book a place and start your course as soon as possible - even if the term has already started.
This programme is suited to you if you're aged 19 or above, have recently arrived in this country and need to improve your English so you can progress to studying further vocational or academic programmes. This course can also help you gain employment or improve your career progression potential.
It will take you one year to complete all three parts of the qualification: Speaking and Listening; Reading Skills and Writing Skills. You will be placed in a class appropriate to your ability. We offer ESOL classes at the following levels: Entry 1; Entry 2; Entry 3; Level 1 and Level 2.
If you have any questions about this course then please contact us by phone on 01252 40 55 55 or message us.
There will be a range of external and internal assessments in all subjects throughout the year. You will be able to gain qualifications in Speaking and Listening, Reading and Writing as part of the course.
Successful completion of the ESOL programme offers you a wide range of vocational and academic courses to which you can apply to take your new skills further. You can also progress to the next level of ESOL in the following year.
There are no formal entry requirements. You will need to complete an English test in advance to check your level of language, followed by an interview. If you have previously studied ESOL you would be expected to have passed the previous level, before starting a higher level.