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ESOL Prepare for Entry 1 - Part B


African Caribbean Centre


Day of the week:
Monday / Friday

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09:30 - 12:00

15 weeks

Your Course fees may be reduced based on individual circumstances. For further guidance, please refer to the funding rules or speak to a member of staff.

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We offer ESOL qualifications from Pre-entry to Level 2. We use Trinity College London as our awarding body. The course will help you improve your speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills. These are the levels we offer: Pre-entry Complete beginner Entry 1 Beginner Entry 2 Pre-intermediate level Entry 3 Intermediate level Level 1 Upper-intermediate level Level 2 Advanced level ESOL courses will help you: • learn about life in the UK • gain a qualification • improve your English to be able to find a job or get a better job • support your children with their schoolwork • progress onto other courses

• speaking and listening • reading • writing • grammar • punctuation • spelling

Before you start an ESOL course, you need to complete an initial assessment. When you come to an enrolment session a teacher will speak to you and you will do some reading and writing to find out your level.

Most of our courses are twice a week - 5 hours a week. Our classes take place in the morning, afternoon, and evening. Our students take exams in January, March, and the beginning of July. If you can commit to 5 hours a week you will be able to complete one level of ESOL in one academic year. To successfully complete the course, you must arrive on time for each lesson and attend at least 80% of the lessons. You will be expected to do the homework that you teacher sets regularly. The classes are online. Your teacher will use Google Classroom, Google Meet, and other websites to help you access online learning. If you are not confident studying online, your teacher will help you and you can attend an induction course to learn how to study online. Please speak to an Enrolment Advisor for information or advice about booking an initial assessment.

• increased confidence to use English in everyday situations • develop the skills to support your children with their studies • develop employability skills • gain a qualification • progress onto higher level ESOL courses or other courses

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