• Course
    Overview
  • Units and
    Structure
  • Entry
    Requirements
  • Student
    Support

Course Overview

Part time day classes run for 6 – 12 weeks, depending on the programme  and learners are required to attend 3 sessions per week.

Part time evening classes run for 12 – 18 weeks, depending on the programme and learners are required to attend 2 evenings per week.

ESOL classes enable learners to improve their skills in the areas of:

  • Speaking and Listening
  • Reading
  • Writing

A range of classes are available from pre-entry level through to Level 2, with various start dates throughout the year.

Please note that fees may be payable depending upon your status.  You will be given advice and information regarding this at interview and enrolment.  For further information please contact our information and guidance team on 0800 358 7575

Level
Entry Level 1 Entry Level 2 Entry Level 3 Level 1 Level 2
Duration
6-18 weeks part-time
Awarding Body
NOCN
Course Fees
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Units and Structure

Speaking and Listening classes enable learners to improve their skills in: Listening and responding, speaking to communicate, contributing effectively and engaging in discussions, following the gist and detail in verbal communication, improving pronunciation, expressing views and planning actions.

Reading classes enable learners to: read and understand, identify the purpose of a text and to read and obtain information.

Writing classes enable learners to write to communicate, present information in an appropriate format, structure their writing and to improve their spelling, grammar and punctuation skills.

Entry Requirements

You'll need to have:

All learners will need to complete an application which must be supported by evidence to confirm fee status, NASS letters, ARC card or passport. All learners must attend an interview and undertake an initial assessment and will then be offered a class at a suitable level.


For equivalent qualifications see our Entry Requirements Explained page.

Tutors and Student Support

Student Support and Facilities

As a student, you’ll have access to a wide range of facilities, services and support, including:

  • Step outside the classroom  and access our state of the art facilities as well as 3 huge Learning Resource Centres with thousands of resources to use
  • With hands-on experience you’ll be prepared for employment with a competitive edge.
  • A dedicated impartial careers advice team to help you on your future path
  • Our wide range of courses means that we can offer the right paths to get you where you need to be
  • Our Hub campus is right in the heart of the town centre meaning you can find your way to us easily
  • Outstanding student support throughout your studies with us.

Apply or Enquire

Want to know more or chat to us?

Have any further questions about this course? You can contact someone specifically about it by using the details below or filling in the enquiry form.

Skills for Life Team
0800 358 7676
skills.forlife@don.ac.uk

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Want to apply for this course?

You'll need to have:

All learners will need to complete an application which must be supported by evidence to confirm fee status, NASS letters, ARC card or passport. All learners must attend an interview and undertake an initial assessment and will then be offered a class at a suitable level.


For equivalent qualifications see our Entry Requirements Explained page.


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Application & Enrolment

To apply for this course, please complete our online application form or download a printable form.

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