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Living and Learning in the UK: Spoken English - Building Confidence

Subject Area

ESOL

Student Type

Adults

Study Mode

Part Time

Course Type

Leisure

What is the course about?

The is the second of our Living and Learning in the UK courses; aimed at those who do not have English as their first language and wish to improve confidence and communication skills in an informal, friendly setting whilst learning about living in the UK. You may have recently moved to the UK from overseas and would like to improve your spoken English, or lack confidence when out and about and want to build on your current English skills learning about British culture and colloquialism.

Why should I choose the course?

Perhaps you don't get much opportunity to speak English at home which may be affecting your confidence, or you want to improve your conversational skills. This course will help you to speak English more confidently, and help you to improve your day to day interactions when out and about. You may already be quite confident in your spoken English and wish to understand more about formal and informal language whilst developing your vocabulary, or you may have completed our Introduction to Conversational English course. Improving your spoken English will support your English writing skills too.

What will I learn?

Your language and vocabulary skills will improve as well as your understanding of UK culture in a friendly and supportive environment. This course could help you with any qualifications you may be doing, for example ESOL courses or English Functional Skills and could help you with formal situations such as job interviews.

What will the course lead on to?

You may wish to complete all 6 modules of our Living and Learning in the UK courses.
This course will also support our ESOL, Functional Skills and GCSE courses.

What support is available?

We have a team of staff dedicated to providing learning support if required, as well as a welfare team that is on hand to offer guidance, support and help when needed. Additionally, eligible students can access a wide range of finance and funding support to help them during their time at college.

Click here for learning support: https://wvr.ac.uk/college-life/

Click here for finance support: https://wvr.ac.uk/college-life/

Why should I choose to study the course at Warrington & Vale Royal College?

Here at Warrington and Vale Royal College we have a team of dedicated, experienced staff who can share their extensive knowledge and skills with you. Learning in a friendly and inclusive environment, you will be fully supported to achieve your goals.

What are the entry requirements?

There are no entry requirements for this course.

What are my funding options?

For information on funding contact Learner Services on 01925 494400 or email learner.services@wvr.ac.uk

Are there any additional costs associated with the course?

There are no additional costs associated with this course.

Careers Information

Course options

10/11/2023

Duration
5 Weeks
Class Times
13:00 - 16:00
Location
Warrington Campus
Day(s)
Fri
Adult Fee
45
16-18 Fee
Not Applicable
Fees Information
You may receive a discount* if in receipt of an eligible benefit or your income is below £21,305 . *Ts&Cs apply.

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