ESOL Step up to ESOL Quals

This course spans six weeks with students attending twice a week. You will learn through a variety of teaching methods which will aim to meet the needs of each individual and accommodate different learning styles for example, group work, practical work, basic writing and interactive activities.

Throughout the course you will study various units. These include:

Family, likes and dislikes, emergency services, popular celebrations, around town, English money and currency, exam practice for reading, exam practise for writing and exam practise for speaking and listening.
This course will support students to improve their reading, writing, speaking and listening skills needed to live in Britain. It will also help you to;

●  Feel confident, when asking and responding to questions, on a range of topics with different people???

●  Listen for simple information and record this effectively???

●  Write personal details accurately???

●  Find information in simple written texts???

●  Spell at least ten ‘everyday’ words correctly

●  Prepare to move on to a ESOL qualification course
None needed
You will be assessed at the beginning of the course to see if this course will be suitable for you. If you need extra support, we may suggest a course to complete before this course to build your skills and confidence.
After completion of this course, you will be able to move to the next ESOL course, which is ESOL Entry 1 qualification, depending on the outcome of your end of course assessment.
These courses are available to all adult learners, no matter your employment status, but if you are:
Not in paid employment and receiving a means tested benefit - please bring with you current dated benefit documentation.
In paid employment but with an annual gross salary of less than £23,104 - please bring with you a wage slip dated within 3 months of the start of the course.
Course Code:
Community Education
Tameside Centre for Enterprise

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