What opportunities will this course give me?
Our ESOL courses will help you to learn the language that you need for living and working in the UK.
Learners can achieve certificates for recognised ESOL qualifications - at levels from Entry 1, 2 or 3 up to Levels 1 and 2.
You will have the chance to move up to the next level either in-year or the following year, depending on your progress.
Every year ESOL learners progress onto vocational courses at Eastleigh College, apprenticeships or university.
The Careers Service at Eastleigh College provides advice and guidance on how to find jobs, progress with your career, support with work experience and next steps.
What will I be learning?
This is what we offer:
• Day time and evening classes
• A range of levels from Entry Level 1 (beginner) up to Level 2 (advanced)
• Reading and Writing classes (including classes to help learners with IELTS and CAE exams)
• Speaking and Listening classes
In class you will read, listen to and discuss a wide variety of real-life materials.
We will prepare you for Entry Level 1 to Level 2 exams in Reading, Writing and Speaking and Listening. Exams can take place at different times in the year, when your teacher decides that you are ready.
Why is this course for me?
Your classes will be in Eastleigh College classrooms.
We offer learner-friendly timetabling.
Your ESOL lessons will be with friendly, highly experienced and professional teachers, who take care to look after the individual needs of every learner.
You will have the opportunity to meet learners from many different cultures and backgrounds.
Eastleigh College is a safe, caring and friendly place and you will have the chance to practise your English Language skills inside and outside the classroom.
We have learners from all around Hampshire with excellent transport links to Eastleigh by train, bus and cycle.
When you finish your ESOL course at Eastleigh College, you can move on to further study on one of our wide range of courses. So, studying ESOL at Eastleigh College can really help you progress in your career!
What do I need to sign up?
A full College year is up to 36 weeks of classes but learners can join our ESOL classes any time until the beginning of the Summer term.
Apply online by clicking on the Apply Now button and complete your details.
We will then contact you for a free assessment where we will advise you on which is the best course for you to take.
Is there anything else I need to know?
Teachers set high expectations for their learners, specifically on timekeeping, attendance and application to the course, to maximise potential and ensure that learners are work ready.
To be successful on your course the following is expected:
• Minimum 90% attendance
• Completion of weekly directed study (homework)
• Motivated to study independently and practise English outside of the classroom
You may be eligible for full or partial funding for ESOL course fees. Full funding means that your course will be free. If you are not eligible for full funding, there will be some fees to pay. This will be £50 before you can join the course - for 4 weeks of preparation for ESOL learning. After this there will be additional fees to pay, depending on which qualifications are agreed with your tutor:
• £150 for Reading
• £225 for Writing
• £300 for Speaking & Listening
Please note that all courses are subject to minimum numbers and course descriptions may be subject to change. A place on your chosen course is not confirmed until all of the necessary enrolment paperwork is signed and any relevant fees are paid. The team will be in touch to discuss this with you, once your application has been processed.
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