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We have courses at a variety of levels for English, maths and digital skills, including English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL). We offer initial assessments for all of our English, maths and ESOL classes so that you are placed on the right course for you, and our tutors provide support and encouragement to help you progress. Our courses are designed around you, so you’ll learn the skills that are relevant to your life and you’ll be able to progress towards qualifications at the pace that suits you. Our digital courses include beginner computer skills and courses to develop your skills in particular areas like Word, Excel or using email. We also run digital courses to get you started and active on social media and to help you make the most of your phone or tablet. All courses are open to everyone and the tutor will work with you to make sure you are able to learn what is most relevant to your particular needs.

Develop further Digital Skills View details

Develop Further Digital Skills is a course to help give students the confidence to use the new Universal Credit online benefit system. We will cover the skills required to get you signed up and accessing the features of the service. Delivered in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, this short course is a great starting point to help navigate around the UC platform.

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Entry 1 Reading View details

We will use everyday situations like travel and transport, house and home, health and going shopping to learn new words and practice reading. This will help you to use and understand English that is often found in application forms, letters (e.g. from a child's school, doctor, job centre, or landlord) and information in public places. This could help you to find a job, join in with local groups or activities, or just feel more independent in your everyday life.

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Entry 2 Reading View details

We will use examples from real life (letters, newspapers, adverts, stories, forms) to read for information. This will help you to recognise common words, and identify if they are nouns, verbs or adjectives. We will use pictures and the way that a piece of writing looks to help to find information and identify who it is for, and what it is communicating.

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Entry 2 Speaking and Listening View details

We will use real life situations to ask questions and get information, listen for the general idea and details, and give information about events in the past, present and future. We will use role plays to practice useful conversations, for example, at the doctor’s, in a job interview. We will work on ways to improve your pronunciation.

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Entry 3 Speaking and Listening View details

Using everyday situations, we will practice giving short explanations and descriptions in a range of tenses. We will look at when and where formal language is needed in some common situations (e.g. work, education). We will practice ways to listen for and identify new and relevant information in a range of instructions, discussions and presentations. We will also look at how body language, facial expressions, and gestures can help explain how we feel, and help us understand how others feel, too.

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Level 1 Speaking & Listening View details

This course will bring together everything you have learned at Entry level, and enable you to communicate effectively and listen for new and relevant information in a wide range of everyday and formal situations. We will look at how we adapt our communication depending on who we are talking to, and the importance of body language and facial expressions in face to face situations.

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Level 2 Speaking & Listening View details

This course will help you to communicate clearly and confidently in a wide range of social and formal situations, taking into account the listener(s), purpose and situation. You will participate in discussions with a partner or in a group, presenting ideas logically, providing clarification when necessary and helping to develop the conversation. You will develop strategies to manage interruptions, disagreements and the need to reassure others, using intonation, body language and choice of language. You will develop skills for listening for information in extended narratives, instructions and explanations.

First Steps in ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) View details

We will learn how to say and write the letters in the English alphabet. We will use everyday situations (like travel, shopping, health and where you live) to learn new words and read common signs. We will practice short conversations, and listening for information, to help you talk to ask and answer questions about yourself. This can help you to feel more independent, for example when you go to the doctor or to join a local group.

Functional Skills Qualification in Maths at Entry 2 View details

We will use common situations like shopping, travel, house and home, and health to count, add, subtract, divide and multiply numbers. We will explore shapes and measurements, including height and weight. This will help you to feel more independent in your everyday life.

Getting Ready for ESOL View details

You will practise to ask and respond questions on a familiar topic and you will practise to socialise with your fellow learners you will be able learn to recognise letters of alphabet and simple words in English. You also will be able to write your personal information.

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