Fun and rewarding full time ESOL courses designed to help
you improve the communication skills you need to progress in life and work in
Each course is usually taught over 1 or 3 days per week, by
a specialist English teacher. Their job is to help you develop the skills you
need and make sure you are prepared for assessments and the next steps in your
In addition to fun classes, the course includes plenty of
opportunities for you to join in with College life and attend useful
employability and cultural events at the College.
This course is for you if you speak English as a second or
other language. We offer exciting classes to help you improve your skills from
Pre-Entry to Level 1 which are taught in 2½ days per week in College.
As well as improving your speaking, listening, reading and
writing skills you will prepare to progress to another college course or the
next level of English.
You will also improve the skills you need to either get a
job or improve the skills you already have such as working in a team,
communication skills and researching future careers.
You will have the opportunity to attend different events at
the College which are attended by employers so you can find out about different
You will have tutors who will help you be successful and
make sure you are prepared for your next steps in your
Some highlights of the course are:
- Fun classes which use games, music, and role-play to help
build your confidence.
- A dedicated tutor who meets with you regularly for
individual advice and support.
- Flexible timetabling so that you can fit your studies
around child caring or other duties.
- Brilliant opportunities for making friends from different
countries and cultures who, like you, now live in the
Career Opportunities & Further Study
You can progress from one level of our English for
Progression courses to the next.
After Entry Level 3 you are ready to progress into
employment or onto any of the courses offered by the College at Level
Many students from Level 1 go onto higher level courses but
continue with their English studies with us at Level
The employability parts of your course are assessed using
practical tasks and activities which you do in class and collect as a portfolio.
There are no formal entry requirements. We test your
abilities before you start and place you on the course that best fits the skills
you already have.
You must show at interview that you are committed to full
time studies and keen to develop all of your work skills, not just your