New and returning learners:
Please note that due to special measures we have put in place to make our sites COVID safe, we are asking all learners to enrol with us online. If you are unable to do so we can support you over the phone, simply call 0800 612 6008. Please do not enter our college sites without a prior appointment as we are managing the number of people on site at any time to comply with social distancing measures.
See information about the measures we are taking to keep learners safe while on campus.
Our English for Speakers of Other Languages course improves your English skills and gives you the confidence to use the language fluently!
What I'll learn
How I'll learn
How I'll be assessed
If English is not your first language and you need to improve your English language skills so that you can study or find work, we can help you."
You must be 16 years old or over to study on this course.
English MUST be your second language.
You do not need qualifications to join. However, you must speak with a member of the teaching team first.
They need to check your level of English and maths. They will then put you with other learners of a similar level.
When you first come to the college, you will need to bring:
- your passport, EU ID card, valid visa or residency permit
- your spouse’s/relative’s passport, if you entered the UK to join a spouse or relative
- proof of any state benefits, such as Job Seeker’s Allowance or Employment and Support Allowance (if relevant to you). You may not need to pay fees
There may be additional fees for this course, such as school trips, textbooks or exam costs. Textbooks are not provided and are not essential for the course but can be purchased by students should they wish.
Please contact the college for further details.
How to Apply
Please see this page for details on how to apply.