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ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages )

Overview

Aimed at non-native English speakers, looking to improve your English language or validate your skills.

ESOL is also a great way to reassure prospective employers that you have the English skills they are looking for.

Courses are for adults aged 19 and over and are free for anyone who is unemployed and in receipt of certain benefits at the start of the course. 

Please contact the community learning team on 01623 413602 or via community@wnc.ac.uk for more information.

Start dates and fees

ESOL - Speaking and Listening

  • Various dates.
  • 6 - 9 pm.
  • 12 weeks.

ESOL - Writing

  • Various dates.
  • 6 - 9 pm.
  • 12 weeks

ESOL - Reading

  • Various dates.
  • 6 - 9 pm.
  • 12 weeks

If you earn less than £17,374.50 per year it may be possible for you to access the course for free – please contact the adult and community learning team for more information on 01623 413602 or via community@wnc.ac.uk.

If you have to pay for the course, the cost is £150.

How long is the course?

12 weeks.

Careers

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Next steps

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01623 413602

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