If English isn't your first language, and you want to improve your speaking, listening, reading and writing skills, our accredited ESOL courses will give you the boost you need.
On our interactive courses, you'll not only improve your English language knowledge but also learn about British culture and citizenship, and gain vital employability skills. We offer ESOL courses at all levels and for a range of specialist careers, which means you can study on exactly the right course for you.
ESOL for Adults
English for Adults
Maths for Adults
ESOL (Maths and English) Study Programmes for 16-18
ESOL English for Bookkeeping
ESOL English for AAT
ESOL English for Classroom Assistant
ESOL English for Teaching Assistant
ESOL English for Health, Social Care and Childcare
ESOL English for Office Skills
ESOL English for Progression at Work
How many hours will I need to attend College a week?
ESOL and ESOL & maths day courses: 13 hours a week
ESOL & vocational studies courses: 13 hours a week
ESOL evening courses: 6 hours a week
English and maths courses: 3-6 hours a week
How do I apply?
You can apply by filling in our application form
We will then invite you to come to the College for an assessment and interview. These take place in January-February for our courses starting in February.
During the assessment we’ll check what level you are at in reading, writing, speaking and listening. We’ll then discuss which course would suit your needs best.
We want to get you on a course and working towards your career as soon as possible. But there are some things you need to know...