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Part Time English for Speakers of Other Languages

In Newbury ()

£ 190 + VAT

Description

  • Typology

    Vocational qualification

  • Duration

    18 Weeks

Description

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) classes are for adults who live in the UK and need help with their language and literacy skills for everyday life. They provide an opportunity to develop English language skills so that learners can use English at home, in the workplace and in the community. Classes run over two semesters; semester 1 - week beginning 14th September to 5th February.

To take into account

Learners need to attend an Induction Session at Newbury College to assess their current level of English. ESOL classes are 190 per semester for learners who have lived in the UK for three years, have taken up permanent residence in the UK, are a refugee or asylum seeker with leave to remain in the UK, are taking part in a student exchange or come from one of the following countries in the...

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English for Speakers of Other Languages - Newbury College

Full Time courses for under 19's are free of chargeCode : Start : End : Times : Day : Duration : Cost (Year 1)*

BE06E1/1 091001 : 14/09/2009 : 02/07/2010 : to : : 18 Weeks : 190.00

Course Overview English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) classes are for adults who live in the UK and need help with their language and literacy skills for everyday life. They provide an opportunity to develop English language skills so that learners can use English at home, in the workplace and in the community. Classes run over two semesters; semester 1 - week beginning 14th September to 5th February 2010 and Semester 2 from the 8th February 2010 to 9th July 2010. Fees are applicable - please see entry requirements

Qualification gained: We offer Cambridge qualifications for ESOL at Entry Levels 1, 2, 3 and Levels 1 and 2. Learners also work towards their own learning goals.

Course Content: The course will focus on everyday language. Learners are taught in small, informal groups and are helped through discussion, written work, role-play, audio cassettes, videos and visits to develop their language skills.By the end of the course learners will have developed their speaking, listening, reading and writing skills and gained an ESOL qualification.

Course Assessment: ESOL learners will be asked to attend an initial interview and assessment to determine their level of language skills. Further written, speaking and listening assessments will take place in class. The learner and tutor will negotiate an individual learning programme and set individual targets.

Progression: ESOL learners can progress on to the next level of ESOL to help them to develop their language skills further. Some learners may progress to other courses in College, employment or further training. Advice and guidance is available at any time.

Homework: Learners will be expected to practise their English skills outside of class times.

Additional Costs: Fees for Non-EU students are 315 per semester.

Course Fees
  • Fees quoted with the course information are for the current academic year. Fees for the next academic year starting in September are subject to change and will be confirmed annually.
  • Part Time Course Fee Relate to Year 1 course fees only. Two year course fees will have an additional course fee for the second year; these fees are subject to confirmation annually.
Popular courses fill quickly and early enrolment is recommended.

Please note that course information may be subject to change and you are advised to check the current details with Newbury College before you enrol.

Entry Requirement

Learners need to attend an Induction Session at Newbury College to assess their current level of English. ESOL classes are 190 per semester for learners who have lived in the UK for three years, have taken up permanent residence in the UK, are a refugee or asylum seeker with leave to remain in the UK, are taking part in a student exchange or come from one of the following countries in the European Union: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Portugal, Poland, Slovenia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, UK. Learners are required to provide proof of identity at the interview stage (passports, Home Office documents). If they do not meet these entry requirements, they may join these classes but there will be an overseas charge (315 per semester) Classes are free for: Under 19 year olds refugees. Discounted fees may be applicable depending on benefit entitlements. Learners on full-time and part-time courses in College can also attend ESOL classes if appropriate. No previous English language skills are needed.

Part Time English for Speakers of Other Languages

£ 190 + VAT