English for speakers of other languages (ESOL) will
help you to improve your English skills (speaking, listening,
reading and writing) to make it easier to:
- Apply for a job
- Talk to doctors and teachers
- Find out about life in the UK
- Do a course and get a qualification
- Help your child with homework.
What courses are available?
The levels we offer range from Entry 1- up to Level 2 and the
courses include: ESOL Beginners, ESOL Elementary, ESOL
Pre-Intermediate, ESOL Intermediate, ESOL Advanced, ESOL Literacy,
ESOL for Citizenship (for those learners whose English is lower
than Entry 3 and who wish to apply for naturalisation).
Courses lead to nationally recognised qualifications Cambridge
ESOL Skills for Life.
What do you need to get on the course?
Entry will be by interview and initial assessment to discuss
your individual needs and select a course which best suits you.
How much will the course cost?
Please note that ESOL classes are no longer free for everyone so
some learners may need to pay fees. Information about fees will be
available during your assessment. It will be necessary to bring all
documentation including passport, evidence of benefits or home
office letters to your interview.
How can you make an appointment for an interview?
For Scunthorpe area contact:
For Barton area contact:
For Brigg area contact:
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