ESOL Entry 2 Skills for Life
Our ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) courses cover all levels of English proficiency, if English is not your main language.
You will work on your speaking, listening, reading and writing skills. This course will also support your citizenship needs, including content on Life in the UK.
Improving your English will make it easier to:
- talk to doctors and teachers
- understand the laws and customs of the UK
- progress in your career and education
- help your child with homework
- apply for British citizenship
How long is the course?
How will I be assessed?
ESOL Cambridge Skills for Life Exams:
- Speaking and listening
What will I study?
You will also study pronunciation, punctuation and English grammar to develop your pre-intermediate language skills.
What else can I do?
What does the course lead to?
ESOL Entry 3.
What can I go on to study?
Community courses and other ESOL courses, part-time and full-time.
There are no formal entry requirements but you will need to undergo an assessment to determine your appropriate level of study.
Start dates and costs
£776.00 or FREE if you receive JSA (Job Seeker's Allowance), ESA (WRAG), Income Support, Housing Benefit, Incapacity Benefit or Council Tax Benefit.
The table below shows you the week in which the course starts.
You may be charged a fee for your course depending on your age and circumstances.
|Start Date||Day/Time||Wks||Duration||Code||Annual Fee (Age)||Actions
12:30 - 14:45
|17||1 yr(s)||2507A105||Free||TBC||See Below
12:30 - 14:00
|35||1 yr(s)||2507A158||Free||TBC||See Below
|02/02/2015||Various||17||1 yr(s)||2507A104||Free||TBC||See Below
|02/02/2015||TBC||TBC||1 yr(s)||2507A160||Free||TBC||See Below
How do I apply?
Please contact the ESOL Department:
- 01623 627191 ext.8212
(if there is no answer leave your name and phone number)