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English ESOL Maths Science

Free-Online-Learning-Courses Advanced-Learner-Loans-5 Havering-College-Achievement-Rates-2015

This course is studied over two full days per week and gives the student the knowledge and skills to be able to speak English and be understood when conveying basic information, feelings and opinions. They will also learn how to follow the gist of verbal communication and they will acquire key vocabulary to identify necessary detail from simple conversations. At the end of the course they will be able to follow single-step instructions correctly.

The aim of this course is to give students the knowledge, understanding and skills they need to be able to communicate verbally. This includes engaging in conversations for different purposes and in different contexts, such as in everyday life, in the workplace, and in their place of study. Students will be able to listen and respond, to speak and to engage in discussion and they will be able to pronounce words clearly with appropriate stress and intonation. By the end of the course they should be able to make requests to obtain information and provide a short verbal account. They will also be able to ask for clarification, give facts and express simple views and feelings.

You will learn how to:

• Follow the gist of simple verbal communication • Communicate effectively in English • Convey information in a given task • Engage in discussion with others effectively

This course is a stand-alone award, therefore students would not study anything else alongside it.

The aim of this course is to give students the knowledge, understanding and skills they need to be able to communicate verbally. This includes engaging in conversations for different purposes and in different contexts, such as in everyday life, in the workplace, and in their place of study. Students will be able to listen and respond, to speak and to engage in discussion and they will be able to pronounce words clearly with appropriate stress and intonation. By the end of the course they should be able to make requests to obtain information and provide a short verbal account. They will also be able to ask for clarification, give facts and express simple views and feelings.

You will learn how to:

  • Follow the gist of simple verbal communication
  • Communicate effectively in English
  • Convey information in a given task
  • Engage in discussion with others effectively

This course is a stand-alone award, therefore students would not study anything else alongside it.

The aim of the course is to enable students to follow the gist of verbal communication with others and to be able to obtain detailed information when listening to non-interactive explanations, narratives and instructions of varying lengths. Students will learn how to use pronunciation, stress and intonation to speak clearly and convey meaning and will use language in context according to the level of formality.

Students will prepare for and deliver a talk. They will develop the skills to present information to others in a logical sequence, using appropriate grammar, and they will know and be able to judge the relevance of details. Students will be able to give constructive feedback to other speakers.

You will learn how to:

  • Make requests and ask appropriate questions to confirm understanding
  • Express views, feelings, likes and dislikes - and justify your opinions
  • Take part in a group discussion, respecting turn-taking rights and knowing how to interrupt appropriately
  • Communicate effectively in English
  • Convey information in a given task

This course is a stand-alone award, therefore students would not study anything else alongside it.

The aim of this course is to give students the knowledge, understanding and skills they need to be able to communicate verbally. This includes engaging in conversations for different purposes and in different contexts, such as in everyday life, in the workplace, and in their place of study. Students will be able to listen and respond, to speak and to engage in discussion and they will be able to pronounce words clearly with appropriate stress and intonation. By the end of the course they should be able to make requests to obtain information and provide a short verbal account. They will also be able to ask for clarification, give facts and express simple views and feelings.

You will learn how to:

  • Follow the gist of simple verbal communication
  • Communicate effectively in English
  • Convey information in a given task
  • Engage in discussion with others effectively

This course is a stand-alone award, therefore students would not study anything else alongside it.

The course will give a good all-round introduction to English – the spoken word, written communication, listening to conversation and reading texts. You will learn how to apply these four skills in real-life situations and you will study the Functional Skills Maths qualification. The tutor will help you to follow an individual learning plan that will help you to break down any barriers that you may have had in the past, set goals that are right for you, and work on increasing your confidence.

You can expect to study:

  • Functional Skills Maths
  • ESOL
  • Digital Enterprise

This course is a stand-alone certificate, therefore students would not study anything else alongside it.

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2020-21 Course Guide

Havering College Course Guide 2020/21

Ofsted 2016 Report