English for Speakers of Other Languages


ESOL: Entry 2 – Entry 3

14/01/2019

Burgess Hill

£275.00

09:30 - 12:00

Monday, Wednesday

2.5 hours x 20 sessions

This course is designed to help improve your reading, writing and speaking and listening skills to prepare you for a nationally recognised exam. Entry 3 and above is equivalent to B1 and above. This course will not prepare you for your Life in the UK test but does cover elements of citizenship and British values. The course will cover topics such as: Speaking to communicate in a range of contexts, reading and understanding everyday English, and writing using correct grammar and punctuation.

ESOL: Entry 2 – Entry 3

24/04/2019

Burgess Hill

£275.00

09:30 - 12:00

Monday, Wednesday

2.5 hours x 20 sessions

This course is designed to help improve your reading, writing and speaking and listening skills to prepare you for a nationally recognised exam. Entry 3 and above is equivalent to B1 and above. This course will not prepare you for your Life in the UK test but does cover elements of citizenship and British values. The course will cover topics such as: Speaking to communicate in a range of contexts, reading and understanding everyday English, and writing using correct grammar and punctuation.

ESOL: Entry 1 – Low Entry 3

14/01/2019

Horsham

£275.00

09:30 - 12:00

Monday, Wednesday

2.5 hours x 20 sessions

This course is designed to help improve your reading, writing and speaking and listening skills to prepare you for a nationally recognised exam. Entry 3 and above is equivalent to B1 and above. This course will not prepare you for your Life in the UK test but does cover elements of citizenship and British values. The course will cover topics such as: Speaking to communicate in a range of contexts, reading and understanding everyday English, and writing using correct grammar and punctuation.

ESOL: Pre Entry

15/01/2019

Horsham

£165.00

09:30 - 12:30

Tuesday

3 hours x 10 sessions

This course is designed to help improve your reading, writing and speaking and listening skills to prepare you for a nationally recognised exam. Entry 3 and above is equivalent to B1 and above. This course will not prepare you for your Life in the UK test but does cover elements of citizenship and British values. The course will cover topics such as: Speaking to communicate in a range of contexts, reading and understanding everyday English, and writing using correct grammar and punctuation.

English: Cambridge Advanced Certificate

19/09/2018

Horsham

19:00 - 21:00

Wednesday

2 hours x 30 sessions

The aim of this course is to prepare you to take the Cambridge English Advanced (CAE) exam in June. This is a high-quality English language test for people who want to show they have an advanced level of English for study, work and life in an English-speaking environment. The test is targeted at CEFR level C1.
This is a 30 week course, 1 x 2hrs per week, covering 3 terms. Depending on availability of places and an appropriate level of English, students can join the course during terms 1 and 2 after the start date.
As a guide, by the end of the course you should be able to:
Express yourself with a high level of fluency
React appropriately in different cultural and social situations
Communicate effectively at managerial and professional level
Follow an academic course at university level
Participate with confidence in workplace meetings or academic tutorials and seminars
Carry out complex and challenging research.

ESOL: Entry 1 – Entry 2

14/01/2019

Bognor Regis

£275.00

09:30 - 12:00

Monday, Wednesday

2.5 hours x 20 sessions

This course is designed to help improve your reading, writing and speaking and listening skills to prepare you for a nationally recognised exam. Entry 3 and above is equivalent to B1 and above. This course will not prepare you for your Life in the UK test but does cover elements of citizenship and British values. The course will cover topics such as: Speaking to communicate in a range of contexts, reading and understanding everyday English, and writing using correct grammar and punctuation.

ESOL – Chichester C & FC

14/01/2019

Chichester

£137.75

09:15 - 11:45

Monday

2.5 hours x 10 sessions

This is a 2 hour a week session and is designed to help you learn to read and write. You will work in pairs or small groups. By the end of the course you should be able to: recognise letters of the alphabet, write common words and personal information, ask and respond to simple questions.

ESOL: Entry 2 and Entry 3

14/01/2019

Bognor Regis

£275.00

18:30 - 21:00

Monday, Wednesday

2.5 hours x 20 sessions

This course is designed to help improve your reading, writing and speaking and listening skills to prepare you for a nationally recognised exam. Entry 3 and above is equivalent to B1 and above. This course will not prepare you for your Life in the UK test but does cover elements of citizenship and British values. The course will cover topics such as: Speaking to communicate in a range of contexts, reading and understanding everyday English, and writing using correct grammar and punctuation.

ESOL: Functional Skills English

14/01/2019

Bognor Regis

18:30 - 21:00

Monday, Wednesday

2.5 hours x 20 sessions

This course prepares ESOL learners for a nationally recognised Functional Skills English qualification at L1 or L2. Functional Skills courses aim to enable learners to apply their knowledge, skills and understanding in order to participate and progress in everyday life, education, training and employment in the UK.

The skills of speaking, listening and communication; reading and writing will be continually assessed through "real life" task based activiites. Students will be entered for either the Level 1 or Level 2 exam in the summer term of 2018, if the tutor feels learners are sufficiently prepared to achieve a successful outcome. Language must be fit for purpose and audience with accurate grammar and, for written tasks, accurate spelling and punctuation.

ESOL: Entry 1 – Entry 2

24/04/2019

Bognor Regis

£275.00

09:30 - 12:00

Monday, Wednesday

2.5 hours x 20 sessions

This course is designed to help improve your reading, writing and speaking and listening skills to prepare you for a nationally recognised exam. Entry 3 and above is equivalent to B1 and above. This course will not prepare you for your Life in the UK test but does cover elements of citizenship and British values. The course will cover topics such as: Speaking to communicate in a range of contexts, reading and understanding everyday English, and writing using correct grammar and punctuation.