ESOL Skills for Work
If English isn’t your first language and you want to gain a recognised national certificate for your course of study, we want to offer you the best possible choices.
We can help you to improve your English skills and achieve your goals.
Fully accredited ESOL qualification from Entry 1 to Level 1 in speaking, listening, reading and writing. You can learn and practice skills needed for work.
Some courses offer an award in Employability.
Topics will include:
- Action planning to improve performance
- Working with others
- Building confidence and Self-esteem
- Working as a volunteer
Job Centre Plus Skills for Work
If you are working with a Job Centre Plus Advisor, they will be able to assist you to access our dedicated ESOL programmes for their clients.
ESOL Skills for Life and Learning
If English isn’t your first language and you don't need a national certificate for your course of study, we want to offer you a course that will help you to develop your speaking, listening, reading and writing by improving your confidence in everyday situations. Encouraging you to access services, get involved in the community and help your children with their homework.
Award in Volunteering to Support English Language Teaching and Learning for ESOL learners
If English isn’t your first language and you want to gain a recognised national certificate at Level 1, that will provide you with an introduction to volunteering within an ESOL classroom and learning about language use.
This will enable you how to assist and conduct yourself as a volunteer, understand Safeguarding and signpost to other agencies and create opportunities for social engagement to take place.
Award in Understanding Community Interpreting
If English isn’t your first language and you want to gain a recognised national certificate at Level 1, that will provide you with an understanding of community interpreting, communities, organisations and about the role of the community interpreter.
Oldham Lifelong Learning is working with community organisations to help people learn English, access services and get involved in the community.
If you live in Oldham and want to learn English and improve your speaking, listening, reading and writing skills then these courses will help you.
For more information and to book a skills check contact:
Coldhurst Lifelong Learning Centre:
- T: 0161 770 5187
- E: email@example.com
Iryna has studied English in her country, Ukraine. She studied Electrochemistry at a university in Ukraine.
She has also started her Ph.D. in this subject, however, she did not manage to finish it due to the war in Ukraine.
Iryna left Ukraine and moved with her husband and two children to England. Her English is good and she is now ready to move to an Entry Level 3 vocational class.
Iryna is learning English because she would like to find a good job in England. She wants to apply for a job as a Teaching Assistant or as s pharmacist as she has a lot of experience in this field.
In Ukraine, she worked in Science research. She is also completing Maths Level 2 course online
Iryna has really enjoyed the course and she would recommend it to other learners.