ESOL Entry 3

College of North West London

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  • Vocational qualification
  • London
Description

It is for Entry 3 learners of English who want to improve their English language skills.

Important information

Requirements: You will be given a language assessment and a short interview to assess your level. After applying you will have an interview to determine which course is suitable for your needs and abilities. Minimum Literacy Level: N/A Minimum Numeracy Level: N/A

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Where and when

Starts Location
On request
London
Priory Park Road, NW6 7UJ, London, England
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Course programme

Qualification Name:Certificate In ESOL Skills For Life (Entry 3)
Course Name:ESOL Entry 3
Course Code:LDAJ
Centre:Willesden, Wembley Park, Kilburn
Applies to:Adults
Availability:Full Time (Various Various)
Part Time Day (Various Various)
Part Time Evenings (Various Various)

Who is this course for?
It is for Entry 3 learners of English who want to improve their English language skills.

What are the entry requirements?
You will be given a language assessment and a short interview to assess your level.
After applying you will have an interview to determine which course is suitable for your needs and abilities.
  • Minimum Literacy Level: N/A
  • Minimum Numeracy Level: N/A


What qualification will I receive?
Skills for Life Entry 3 Speaking and Listening exams are held in the first semester. Skills for Life reading and writing exams are taken at the end of the second semester.

Where can it lead?
It will improve job prospects and enable you to progress to the next language level and/or other appropriate courses.

What will I study?
You will develop and practise all the language skills - speaking, listening, reading and writing. You will also work on grammar and vocabulary.

How will I be taught?
Your teachers will use a variety of learning materials and classroom activities. In addition you will be able to improve your English using computers. All students are encouraged to use the Learning Resource Centre, which has a large selection of books, tapes, videos and computer language programmes chosen to help you with your studies. Free access to language websites on the Internet is also available.

How will I be assessed?
You will have regular homework and progress tests, and a mock examination a few weeks before the final examination.

What support is available while I am on the course?
You will have an individual learning plan and regular meetings with your tutor to discuss your progress on the course. The college offers a comprehensive range of student services including careers advice and guidance.

What will it cost?
Full Time Overseas FeesUp to £4500*
UK Home FeesUp to £1580*
Age under 19 on 31st August of the year you start your course? Study forFREE.

On income-based benefit? You could study for only £30.

Cost & Availability - Please be aware that certain courses are not subject to concessions.


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