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When you are looking to learn English, this course will help you to achieve your aims on a part-time basis. You can study for 8 hours per week for 34 weeks. We will invite you in for an interview and an assessment of your needs, set goals with you and get you started on your journey to learn to improve your language skills.

The course is made up of different units including reading, writing and speaking and listening. You will learn about the subjects including application of these four skills in real-life situations. 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.

This ESOL Entry 1 RQF Award programme is designed to help you improve your speaking and listening, reading and writing for the workplace and everyday life.

You will learn:

  • how to ask and answer questions about your personal information
  • how to write basic sentences

You can also:

  • make friends
  • improve your English
  • help your children with their homework
  • be able to get a better job
  • learn about British Values

Classes are held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, 6.00pm – 8.30pm. If you are unemployed or on a low income, the course might be free. Please speak to an Admissions advisor for further details.

Improve your speaking and listening, reading and writing for the workplace and everyday life.

You will learn:

  • How to ask and answer questions about your personal information
  • How to write basic sentences

You can:

  • make friends
  • improve your English
  • help your children with their homework
  • be able to get a better job
  • learn about British Values

Classes are held on two days in the week for 6 hours in total. The hours are family friendly. If you are unemployed or on a low income, the course might be free.

Improve your speaking and listening, reading and writing for the workplace and everyday life.

You will learn:

  • How to give factual accounts
  • How to show contrast, reason, purpose, consequence and result
  • How to make requests in formal and informal situations.

You can:

  • make friends
  • improve your English
  • help your children with their homework
  • be able to get a better job
  • learn about British Values

Classes are held on two days in the week for 6 hours in total. The hours are family friendly. If you are unemployed or on a low income, the course might be free.

If you're looking to improve your English and your maths, this course will help you to achieve your aims on a full-time basis. You will study on a programme for 15 hours per week for 34 weeks. We will invite you in for an interview and an assessment of your needs, set goals with you and get you started on your journey to learn to improve your language skills.

The course is made up of different units including reading, writing and speaking and listening. You will learn about the subjects including application of these four skills in real-life situations and Functional Skills maths. 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.

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