English as a Second Language (ESOL) Skills for Life
Start Date: 18th September 2023
- Course Information
- Applications are closed. To register your interest contact our Admissions Team.
Duration: 1 Year Part-time
Number of weeks: 30
Start date: 18th September 2023
End date: 10th June 2024
Course fees for each year.
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Find out more about eligibility for reduced course fees, payment options and financial support available in our fees and funding page.
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ESOL Skills for Life (4692)
ESOL Skills for Life qualifications support speakers of other languages based within the UK to develop their English language skills for work, further learning or everyday life.
This suite of ESOL Skills for Life qualification covers 5 levels: Entry 1, Entry 2, Entry 3, Level 1 and Level 2. It includes single-mode Awards in Reading, Writing and Speaking & Listening, as well as a full-mode Certificate that combines all three.
Learners must complete an internal assessment to determine the appropriate level of the ESOL qualification they will study. Below are the dates and times of each level:
Monday: 9.30am - 12.30pm - Entry Level 1, 2 and 3
Monday: 6pm - 9pm - Level 1 and 2
Wednesday: 9.30am - 12.30pm - Beginner and Entry Level
These qualifications are intended for anyone based in the UK needing to improve their understanding and use of written or spoken English. This might be to help get on at work (or get a job), prepare for further study, access public services, or just to function more effectively in an English speaking environment.
Assessments are conducted in-house through a range of assessments modes. Out centre learners must attend their local campus for some assessments in compliance with regulatory standards.
No specific entry requirements.