This course allows students to expand their reading, writing and speaking and listening skills. Part Time ESOL students study ESOL with the option of employability, IT or driving theory preparation and healthy lifestyles. Classes are availble every day and on two evenings.
There are no formal entry requirements as students will beinitially assessed at the start of the course and then placed on the most appropriate level of qualification depending on their assessment result and prior knowledge.
Summary of Outcomes
The qualification can lead on to higher levels or appropriate vocational courses in college for example construction, IT, Engineering, Hair and Beauty, A Levels or other college courses
ESOL Reading, ESOL Writing, ESOL Speaking and Listening, Digital Literacy, Employability, Healthy Lifestyles, Driving Theory, Maths
Method of Assessment
City and Guilds ESOL Skills for Life and Agored Formal Assessments take place in the following subjects Speaking and Listening, Reading and Writing
Locations across wales or in-house at your business