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English - All Levels

If you would like to Apply/Enrol to this course, please click the 'APPLY' or 'ENROL' button now. (If there is more than one course listed, select the course with the start date and location that best suits you.) If the course is currently full, it will be unavailable for Application, but you can request more information or ask to be placed on a waiting list by clicking the 'ENQUIRE' button and completing a short form. If you would like more information about the course, please call our friendly team on 01724 297146.

Course NameStart DateEnd DateStart TimeEnd TimeSite 
English - All Levels (various dates, times & venues)11/09/202329/07/2024  VariousAvailable for applications

Will I have to pay fees?

We need to check what course you are enrolling on and what your age and income status is first. You may be entitled to a free or reduced cost place if you are in receipt of benefits, you depend financially on someone who does, or are working but on a low wage (£20,319 annual gross salary)

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Course Description

** Please note: This is also available as a Distance Learning **


English, Maths and Essential Digital Skills courses are all FREE of charge if you do not already have a GCSE grade 4 (or A*- C grade).

As we provide education for adults, many of the courses we offer have the option of doing some learning from home, which allows you to manage your time around work, childcare, etc.

For courses which are delivered face to face, we try to be as flexible as possible, offering some courses in the evening and at different venues, again to help you to continue learning outside of working hours.

* Please note that when you apply for a course, you will not be enrolled onto the course until you have completed the Initial Assessments mentioned below *
Content and Overview
Our English courses enable you to improve your English skills. We deliver courses for all levels of English, including introductions to reading and writing, moving all the way through to an equivalent to a grade 4 (C) GCSE. We have different delivery models which include 36-week courses, fast track courses and intensive courses.
Before starting a course, you will need to attend an initial assessment. This will give us the information we need about your skills and abilities and will help us to decide which course and level will be most suitable for you.

Depending on your level of English, the topics you may study include:
• introductory reading and writing skills
• form filling
• developing reading skills, including analysing information for different audiences, formalities and purposes
• essential writing skills, including writing different types of text for a variety of audiences, formalities and purposes
• constructing sentences
• spelling, punctuation and grammar
• preparing, delivering and listening to presentations and discussions

Why study with us?
We provide a welcoming learning environment with excellent learning resources and facilities. Tutors are experienced, well qualified and offer industry experience within their subjects. Learning may also be accessible from home via the Google Education Suite (Google Classroom) to allow learners to make progress.

Entry requirements
Before starting a course, you will be asked questions to determine your eligibility.
You must be aged 19+ on 31 August 2023 and be UK resident for at least 3 years to join this course.

Course Delivery
This is a face-to-face classroom-based course with live lessons and set teaching times.
You should be willing to join in with class discussions and activities and you must also commit to homework outside of class times. This may be on Google Classroom or paper-based.
You will be expected to complete an Individual Learning Plan to reflect on your learning and progress.

Attendance and Learning Assessment
Classes run regularly during the week. We try to offer a variety of options as we have morning, afternoon and evening sessions at different locations.
You are expected to attend every face-to-face class and online.
You have to be punctual, arrive on time and stay for the full duration of the class. If you have a problem and cannot attend, you must inform your tutor or contact our customer services team in advance.
You will be expected to undertake all of your course assessments and examinations. A charge may be levied if you fail to complete your course.

How to Apply
Please click on the "Apply Now" button above. You will then need to complete the online application form, where you can also attach all relevant documentation.
Your application will be followed by an initial assessment when your level of study will be identified. You will need to bring with you all documentation: ID, National Insurance Number, proof of address and any certificates for qualifications you have previously done.

After completing a course, you will be provided with information, advice and guidance about the appropriate next steps for you. We have a dedicated Careers and Employability Coordinator who can support you to plan for these.

Additional information
Places on this course are limited. We recommend you register your interest early, as this course is very popular.

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DISCLAIMER: When applying for this course, you must provide evidence to confirm eligibility for funding, proof of ID and full address. Applying for a course does not mean you are automatically enrolled. If you need more information about this course, or another course you have seen, our dedicated team will be happy to help – just call us on 01724 297146 or contact us on https://northlincsadulteducation.co.uk/contact/