ESOL Community Classes

Local ESOL classes are available throughout the week at different centres. They are taught by college tutors and follow a college syllabus.

Click on the interactive ESOL map below to find information and maps for ESOL Community classes. 

www.learnesolglasgow.com/glasgow-esol-maps.html

Details of our classes can be found by selecting the campus on the right hand side. 

Course content

Our classes are at different levels, but they all help you to improve your understanding of English and your speaking, reading, writing and listening skills. These skills will increase your confidence in everyday life and will help you communicate in the home, with your family, in social situations, and at work. We also include work on citizenship and students in all our community classes can get an SQA qualification.

Our tutors use a variety of resources and methods to help you practise your English as much as possible.

Classes are available in:

AreaVenueDayTimeLevel
ScotstounKingsway Health and Well-being CentreMon / Wed10-12Elementary
KnightswoodLINKES CentreMon/ Wed / Fri10-12Elementary
 

 

Entry requirements

All applicants will be required to provide evidence of current English level and you may be required to sit an assessment to ensure you are offered a class at the correct level.

Progression routes

Students on our ESOL Community programme are given priority at the end of the year to access college ESOL classes.

SCQF level

2

Start date

30 July 2015

Duration

1 Year(s), July to July

Course content

Our classes are at different levels, but they all help you to improve your understanding of English and your speaking, reading, writing and listening skills. These skills will increase your confidence in everyday life and will help you communicate in the home, with your family, in social situations, and at work. We also include work on citizenship and students in all our community classes can get an SQA qualification.

Our tutors use a variety of resources and methods to help you practise your English as much as possible.

Classes available to start in April 2014:

AreaVenueDayTimeLevel
IbroxIbrox LibraryWednesday10am-12noonBeginner
IbroxIbrox LibraryWednesday1-3pmElementary
IbroxIbrox LibraryFriday1-3pmAdult Literacy
Kennishead
Tuesday10am-12noonBeginner
Ibrox  Ibrox LibraryMonday5.30-7.30pmEmployability
 

Entry requirements

All applicants will be required to provide evidence of current English level and you may be required to sit an assessment to ensure you are offered a class at the correct level.

Progression routes

Students on our ESOL Community programme are given priority at the end of the year to access college ESOL classes.

Better English language skills allows greater integration into the community and increased employment opportunities.


SCQF level

2

Start date

30 July 2015

Duration

1 Year(s), July to July

Course content

Our classes are at different levels, but they all help you to improve your understanding of English and your speaking, reading, writing and listening skills. These skills will increase your confidence in everyday life and will help you communicate in the home, with your family, in social situations, and at work. We also include work on citizenship and students in all our community classes can get an SQA qualification.
Our tutors use a variety of resources and methods to help you practise your English as much as possible.

Classes available:

AreaVenueDayTimeLevel
BridgetonGlasgow Women's LibraryTues -FrimorningsElementary and Pre Intermediate
ShawbridgePollokshaws Methodist Church (Creche available)Mon, Tue afternoonsBeginner and Elementary
PollokshieldsGurdwaraMon, WedafternoonsElementary
GovanhillLarkfield Community Centre

Mon, Wed

and Tue, Wed 

mornings

afternoons 

Elementary and Pre Intermediate
PollokshieldsPollokshields Development AgencyMon, WedmorningsElementary
PollokshieldsNan Mackay HallMon, WedmorningsBeginner
PollokshieldsDarnley Street Family CentreWed, FrimorningsPre Intermediate
 

Entry requirements

All applicants will be required to provide evidence of current English level and you may be required to sit an assessment to ensure you are offered a class at the correct level.

Progression routes

Students on our ESOL Community programme are given priority at the end of the year to access college ESOL classes.

Better English language skills allows greater integration into the community and increased employment opportunities.


SCQF level

2

Start date

31 August 2015

Duration

1 Year(s), August to January

For courses starting in August 2017, you can make up to two applications.

Applications are made to a course and a first choice of campus. If the course is oversubscribed at your first choice you will be automatically considered for alternative sites and may be made an offer without a further application.

 
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Contact us

Contact the Faculty Administrator on 0141 357 6063

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For course enquiries contact the Faculty Administrator on 0141 272 3748

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