Assessment dates for Essential Skills Courses

Essential Skills at the North Kensington and Chelsea Centres

Our Essential Skills courses based at both the North Kensington and Chelsea Centres, are scheduled to start again in September 2020. Course details including dates, times and fees are currently available on the website to view using the course search function. If you have any questions about the Essential Skills courses that take place at our North Kensington and Chelsea Centres, please email enquiries@morleycollege.ac.uk.

Essential Skills at the Waterloo, Stockwell and Lewington Centres

Our ESOL courses based at the Waterloo, Stockwell and Lewington Centres are now full for term 1. The next available start dates for these courses are in January 2021. Before enrolling you will need to come to the college to be assessed and interviewed by a tutor. Please email essentialskillsenquiries@morleycollege.ac.uk to book in for the below Advice and Guidance session where you will be assessed and interviewed:

  • Monday 14 December at the Stockwell Centre
  • Tuesday 15 December at the Stockwell Centre

Our term 1 and yearlong Functional Skills English and Maths courses are now full at the Waterloo, Stockwell and Lewington Centres.

Our term 1 Digital Skills courses are now full, the next available start dates are in February 2021. Assessment dates will be advertised on this page of the website in early 2021.

Please note that the Essential Skills courses based at the Waterloo Centres (including the Stockwell and the Lewington Centre) are for adults only. Therefore, we are unable to accept anyone under the age of 18 on the 31st of August of the current academic year.

GCSE English and Maths 

The next available start dates for our GCSE English and Maths courses are in September 2021. These courses take place at our North Kensington, Chelsea, Waterloo and Stockwell Centres.

EFL Courses

No assessment is required for our EFL courses, but we do recommend that you take the online Cambridge English test before enrolling online.

What do I need to bring with me to an in-person Advice and Guidance session?

Students who want to enrol on of one of our Essential Skills courses should provide the following as proof of eligibility when enrolling:

  • Valid passport/visa
  • Proof of benefits
  • Proof of low income (less than £330 p/w) – recent bank statements or three payslips from the last six months.

Please note that our Functional Skills and GCSE English and Maths courses are free as long as you have been living in the UK or the EU for the previous 3 years, therefore you will not be expected to provide proof of eligibility.

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