ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) credentials assist learners to achieve English literacy for use in edification, employment and daily life. ESOL qualifications enable nonnative speakers to gain English language proficiency to communicate and understand the English Language. Learners are trained to have communication skills in reading, listening, writing and speaking. ESOL is a competent course and have 5 levels from Entry1 to Entry 3 and Level 1 to level 2. Candidates’ communication skills are individually enriched by an externally set paper-based test or task ESOL qualifications give learners the proficiency and self-confidence to use their English language skills in their studies and employment and other areas of their life.
They give learners the opportunity to:
- build up their English language familiarity and skills
- accomplish a nationwide recognized qualification
- widen personal growth and engagement in learning
- Develop English skills for personal and employment-related application