ESOL with Employability at London Learning Consortium
mprove your English - gain skills in speaking, listening, reading and writing. An ESOL Skills for life Certificate gives you the confidence to use English at home, at work, for study and with friends. There are options for people whose English is at different levels and for those who want to improve their English for work or study. You will be assessed to determine what level is best for you.
You will also develop a number of essential skills required when seeking employment, including CV writing, interview skills, job search.
Entry Level 1: You have only limited English and want to be able to understand simple instructions, statements and questions, as well as speak and write about familiar topics
Entry Level 2: You have some English and want to improve your understanding of straightforward instructions, statements and questions, as well as having the confidence to speak or write to more than one person
Entry Level 3: You have enough English to feel comfortable talking to people and reading simple texts, but want to be able to use English over the phone as well as speaking and writing more accurately.
Level 1: You can read, write, speak and listen quite confidently but want to be able to understand and communicate less familiar and more varied information.
Level 2: You can hold conversations, write clearly and accurately but want to be able to be more fluent when dealing with unfamiliar/complex situations
None, but you will be assessed prior to starting the course and should be working at Entry 1- Level 1 English, which means that you will have basic English language written and spoken skills.
You will complete assignments and a portfolio of evidence; you will also take part in discussions. These assignments will be internally assessed and certificated by LLC.
You can continue your ESOL studies at a higher level, start a work related course ie Health & Social Care, Teaching Assistant etc or seek employment.
How to apply
If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact London Learning Consortium directly.