Essential Skills/ESOL

Application of Number - Essential Skills (City & Guilds) - 5 Day Intensive Course

Start Date: 25th June 2018
Course Code: C00429 CRDXA

  • Part-Time
  • Full-time
  • Coleraine
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Duration: 1 Week Full-time
Start date: 25th June 2018
End date: 29th June 2018
Day: Mon-Fri
Time: 09:00-17:00
Information Event: Y

Fee for 2017/2018 Academic Year:


Due to the intensive nature of this 5 day programme an initial assessment will take place on Friday 8 June to determine your level of study.  The 5 day intensive course will follow starting on Monday 25 June with the final examination scheduled for the afternoon (approximately 1pm) on Friday 29 June.

Course Content

Essential skills are the qualifications that could help you to:

  • get the most out of life
  • engage easily with others
  • solve problems
  • develop personally and improve self confidence
  • help with homework
  • manage your finances
  • access the internet and exchange emails
  • get a job
  • get promotion
  • study for other courses and get good results.

There are three Essential Skills:

Communication - Essential Skills Communication will give you the opportunity to develop your speaking and listening, reading and writing skills.

Application of Number - Essential Skills Application of Number will give you the opportunity to use your skills in working with figures and numbers.

ICT - Essential Skills ICT aims to give you the opportunity to develop practical computer skills to use in your current or future workplace and for your own personal need. We also offer Entry Level ICT classes for complete beginners.

Classes are about two hours and usually run weekly.  On average, it takes over 40 hours to complete a course but this will be determined by your needs and tutor's assessment.  Classes are held in a range of venues, from your local community hall to your local college, throughout the day and evening depending on campus provision.

Assessment Methods

For Level 1 and Level 2 courses in Communication and Application of Number assessment is through the completion of an externally assessed and marked exam. At Entry Level assessment is by the completion of an in-house test.

For Level 1 and Level 2 ICT assessment is through a portfolio only.

Candidates must be 16 years of age or over at time of enrolment.

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