ESOL Adults - Evening School

Learner:Adult
Subject:ESOL
Course type:Evening
Level:Mixed
Duration:Flexible - Upto 1 Year(s)
About the course

These ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) courses for adults run during the evening at our Digbeth campus. Catering to individual needs and levels that work for you; from Pre-Entry to Level 1, the courses will help you to develop confidence with English, supported by highly experienced ESOL tutors. As part of the programme you will also be working on improving your maths together with developing IT and employability skills. Classes are designed to support you with English in everyday life and preparing you for work, progression onto further study and employment.

You will work on improving your reading, writing, speaking and listening skills in English, as well as your confidence using the language. You will practice the skills you need to get a job, move onto a another course or further academic studies to prepare you for employment.

What are the entry requirements?

Depending on your prior qualification will depend on your level of course you are enrolled onto. There are no formal entry requirements, you will take an English assessment to find out what your current level of English is in reading, writing, speaking and listening. This will help and your tutor to identify areas that you need to develop and the level of course you will be enrolled onto.

Where can I progress next?

Successful completion will see you able to progress to the next level of ESOL or if your language skills are strong enough, you may be able to join a vocational course



Is this course free?

At South & City College Birmingham, we offer a wide range of courses for most age groups.

School Leavers: For learners who are between the ages of 16 to 18, studies will be free.

Adults: For learners who are aged 19 or over, the cost of study will depend on the course or programme that you choose. Some courses may even be free*. If the course is not free, students aged 19 at the start of their programme who wish to study need to either pay their course fees, or take out an Advanced Learning Loan.

*Eligibility criteria applies. There may be an exception for students aged 19 or over that are taking their first full Level 3 qualifications (equivalent to A Levels and Access to HE Diplomas), who could be supported by the Learner Support Fund, or free adult course funded by the WMCA. To find out what financial support is available to you or whether your course is free, call our friendly admissions team on 0121 694 5000 during office hours, or email us via: admissions-shared@sccb.ac.uk, we look forward to hearing from you.

Full details regarding our adult funding, or learner loans can be found on our website via: Money Matters

Higher Education: If you are planning to undertake one of our Higher Education courses you can apply for a loan with Student Finance England, or apply for an Advanced Learner Loan with the college to support towards your course fees. Adults may be eligible for FREE tuition through the WMCA's free courses for jobs offer.

Full details regarding our adult funding, or learner loans can be found on our website via: Money Matters

Enquire via our website today to chat to one of our Admissions team and make your right choice with South and City College Birmingham. Whatever your passion, we are here to help you land on your dream career path. Email: admissions-shared@sccb.ac.uk to find out what financial support is available. With various funds, loans and bursaries on offer, we may be able to help with travel expenses & childcare costs.

How will you learn?

You will study English in real-life situations and teaching methods will include individual work, group work, pair work, surveys, role plays, discussions and presentations.

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Course code:
MK000013
Location:
Digbeth Campus
Start date:
Flexible (24/25 Year)
Study mode:
Evening
Fee:
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