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ESOL for Integration Community Learning

Course Overview

This is a course for ESOL learners wanting to improve confidence in all forms of communication that impact upon their daily life. This includes travelling around the city, going to the doctors, engaging with children’s teachers.

To support learning, participants will be encouraged to join a library and to borrow bi-lingual books to read together with their children/other family members.

Lessons will be themed to help with contextual language recognition and participants will be encouraged to identify themes they wish to explore to increase engagement, participation and integration into British society.

To improve confidence in using English Language, classes will be brought together in social activities to give participants opportunities to communicate with people outside of their immediate group. Trips to places of interest will also develop confidence and provide diverse opportunities to practice English.

Course Details


11 weeks – 5 hours per week delivered within various venues around Nottingham


English is assessed on registering for the course usually in the first week


Further courses in English are available with accredited testing.

Other support and training through inhouse courses, such as Pathways to Health and Social Care

How Will I Be Assessed?

Assessment will be through a workbook including various tasks, covering speaking and listening, reading and writing.

Funding Options

Course Dates
and Locations

This course is subsidised by the Government through its Adult Skills Budget.

Courses are started on a regular basis around the community. Learners should contact the Enable office to discuss or register for this course and ensure it is appropriate for their needs.

How to apply for this course

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Expert Teachers

All staff involved in the delivery of adult education courses within Enable are approved to teach the subjects and modules they deliver. The approval process ensures that staff delivering a given programme are appropriately qualified and, where appropriate, possess relevant technical and industrial experience and professional practice.

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