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English for Speakers of Other Languages

ESOL - English for Speakers of other Languages - X999

Conway Park No Level

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This course will help you to improve your language skills including listening, speaking, reading and writing.

Please be aware that all of our classes are face to face and we currently do not offer online ESOL classes.

Course Details

The course aims to help you gain a good knowledge of grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and functional language for everyday life and provides opportunities for you to practise these skills. The RARPA Skills for Life course aims to help you gain a good knowledge of grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and functional language for everyday life and provides opportunities for you to practise these skills. Once you have completed your RARPA Skills for Life course you will be ready to move on to sit an accredited Ascentis ESOL exam.

Entry Guidelines
An initial interview and assessment will ensure you are put in a class at the right level. These levels are Pre Entry, Entry Level 1, Entry Level 2, Entry Level 3, Level 1 and Level 2. Your tutor will work with you to identify your particular learning and support needs. Your immigration status for study will be discussed during your assessment.
Assessment Method

You will be assessed throughout the year, for example with progress tests from the course book, and you will practise exam papers. Once you have completed your RARPA Skills for Life course you will be ready to move on to sit an accredited Ascentis ESOL exam.

Additional Information

The course starts in September and ends in June. However, you may be able to join a class later in the year if there are places.

You will have access to the College computer network and your own e-mail account. The staff are highly experienced and caring and the College offers an excellent tutorial system so there are always people willing and ready to give practical help and advice. Written reports are available for those who require them for their employers or sponsors. The ESOL department organises a varied social programme which you can take part in. It includes visits to the theatre, museums and visits to interesting places locally.

Where can I progress to?

You could progress into employment or further study (ESOL courses, FE courses, and university courses, either here or in your home country.

Returning students would need to be able to demonstrate improvement in their skills in order to progress to the next level.

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Dates are available throughout the year

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The fee quoted is for the academic year 22/23.

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