When & Where

Quick Facts

  • Availability Yes
  • Tutor Tariq Shamerza
  • Course Code K24ESKE01C
  • Suitable For 19 year olds and up are permitted on this course

What you will learn

This course is for you if you want to continue studying after completing ESOL Level 1. In this course, you will develop speaking and listening, reading and writing skills. Each term includes all four skills but focuses on a specific skill for the exam taken in that term. When you pass each skill you will receive a certificate for that particular skill. To achieve the full ESOL Level 2 qualification, you must pass Speaking and Listening Level 2, Reading Level 2 and Writing Level 2.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Follow the gist of extended verbal communication
  • Use appropriate language in context according to formality
  • Present information in a logical sequence for a given purpose
  • Respond to others constructively to move discussion forward

On successful completion of the course, you will achieve the following qualification: Award in ESOL Skills for Life (Speaking and Listening) [CG]

Class format and activities

You will work in pairs or small groups or individually. You will also have one-to-one discussions with your tutor to talk about your progress. You will experience a wide and varied range of activities such as listening to audio, role-play, reading aloud, writing activities, quizzes, word searches and other games. You will also use digital learning technologies to help you learn. You will have an individual learning plan with targets that are personal to you.

Entry requirements

You will take an initial assessment which will determine your current level of English. You may join this course if your assessed level is just below the standards at Level 2.

What you need to know before you enrol

Attend or contact North Kensington Centre to make an appointment for Advice and Guidance to confirm this course is right for you. Course Fees: Variable rates are available. You may be able to do the course for FREE depending on your personal circumstances. Guided Learning Hours: 72 Class time: 6 hours per week Independent study: A minimum of 4 hours per week, including regular practice of what you learn in class and completing any homework. Attendance and Punctuality: Making good progress on the course will depend on regular attendance and punctuality. A minimum of 90% attendance is required from students at Morley College London.

What you need

You will need writing materials (a pen, a notebook) and a folder to store materials.

What you can do next

After completion of this course, there are several opportunities open to you, whether that is within the world of work, higher education or a course within the college, such as GCSE English. Your tutor will advise you on your next step.