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English as a Second Language
English as a Second Language

Sun, 17 Apr



English as a Second Language

If English is your second language and you want to improve but can't afford to pay for a teacher - then these FREE classes are perfect! If your job or situation has changed, and you're at a crossroads but have no idea what to do next then Preparing for The Future could be the perfect course

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Time & Location

17 Apr 2022, 00:00 BST – 18 Apr 2022, 00:00 BST

London, 52 East Hill, London SW18 2HJ, UK

About the Event

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)

Is English your second language? Do you wish you could communicate better with those around you, but can't afford the crazy fees for classes or teachers?

Then this could be the course for you.

This is a FREE course designed exclusively for London based EU or UK residents.

Apply Now

ESOL courses are aimed at learners who want to improve their speaking, listening, reading and writing English skills. 

They will help you to develop and improve everyday communication skills and enable progress into employment or further learning. 

Courses are delivered in in a friendly and safe environment in the classroom and online.

Functional Skills English Starts on 26th April 2022, 2 hours a week for 12 weeks. Times to be confirmed.

We offer the following courses:

Conversation Classes: This course is for learners who want to develop their conversation skills. We focus on different topics each week to help you to practise using the English language. Learners will develop their vocabulary, gain confidence and progress on to a non-accredited course at the most suitable level.

Basic Literacy: We offer basic literacy classes for beginners, Intermediate and upper level learners. Learners will gain confidence, improve their skills and progress on to a non-accredited course at the most suitable level.

Non-Accredited Introductory Courses: These courses are offered at four different levels. Learners will start at the most suitable level that matches their current ability and progress to an accredited course

Accredited ESOL Courses: for those progressing from non-accredited introductory ESOL. These courses are delivered at four different levels and successful learners will achieve nationally recognised qualifications in reading and writing English.

There are no entry requirements, applicants will be given an interview and Initial assessment before the start of the course to determine their level of ability. They will also be given Information advice and Guidance to placed on the most suitable course.

GENERAL ENQUIRIES To register your interest in an ESOL course REGISTER HERE

VENUE: These courses are delivered from the Gwynneth Morgan Centre in East Hill. Some sessions may also be delivered online via Google Classroom.

DURATION: Functional Skills English Starts on 26th April 2022, 2 hours a week for 12 weeks. Times to be confirmed.

These courses are free for those who meet all the following funding requirements :

– you have lived in the UK or EU for at least the last three years or you are a family members of a UK/EEA national and fulfil certain requirements (discussed at your assessment)

– you live in a London /Greater London Borough

– you are not in full time education

– you have not achieved this qualification before

– you are aged 19 or older on 31st August 2021


Don't miss out! Apply Now

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Timothy R Andrews is promoting this course on behalf of Wandsworth Borough Lifelong Learning.

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