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English for Speakers of Other Languages

Esol

An English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) course can help in all aspects of your life. For example, it makes it easier to deal with household letters and bills or could improve your communication skills for work. The aim of an ESOL course is to help you feel more confident in speaking, reading, writing and listening in English.

At Central, we offer full-time and part-time ESOL courses for students of all ages.

Our friendly staff are here to help you right from your initial enquiry to completion of your course.

Class sizes are monitored and our tutors will give you lots of support. 

We work with a range of partners who can help you make career choices and they are also there for students that are facing difficult social issues. Our Student Services team offer support for students with additional learning needs.

Our partner college, ncn, also offers ESOL courses and you can view there website here. Find out more about the merger with ncn.

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ESOL Skills for Life for 16-18 year olds (Entry 1 to Level 2) - Full-time

This course is perfect if you are aged 16-18 years old, English is not your first language and you wish to improve your English Language skills and perhaps wish to pursue further study or an apprenticeship.

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