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(English for Speakers of Other Languages)

Entry Level



Thinking about improving your English skills? You should consider ESOL…

Gaining an ESOL qualification demonstrates that you have good speaking, writing, listening and reading skills in English. Not only will it help improve your social interactions and everyday life – but it’s also a great way to show employers your language skills and add to your CV.


What is ESOL?

ESOL stands for English for Speakers of Other Languages. It’s aimed at non-native English speakers, looking to take up a new language or validate their skills.

You can study ESOL in the UK or abroad.


The course is also designed to be practical. So it’ll teach you everyday English, including punctuation and grammar, rather than things you won’t often be called up to use in the real world.

Additionally, improving your English will help you in other ways, for example:

  • Talking to English speakers

  • Helping your children with their school work

  • Continuing your own education

  • Gaining professional qualifications


How can ESOL improve my CV?

An ESOL certification won’t just help out in your day-to-day life. It’s also a great way to show your skills on your applications and could be the difference between you and another candidate.

Benefits include:

  • Demonstrating that you are a fast learner

  • Showing how quickly you can adapt to new situations

  • Improving your communication skills

  • Learning a new language

  • So whether you want to validate your skills, set yourself apart or just learn something new, ESOL will work for you.


  • You must be 19 or older

  • You must be claiming State Benefits

  • We will carry out an Initial Assessment to ensure you are on the right programme and level

Qualification Specifications

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