Pronunciation for Speakers of Other Languages - Higher

Course Content

Do people find it difficult to understand you when you speak? Do you find it difficult to understand others?

In this course you will work on your speaking and listening skills in an interactive way in face to face lessons on campus. You will also learn new techniques for independent self-study at home so that you can continue to practise after the course. The course will focus on features of connected speech in English as well as intonation and individual sounds.


This short course is designed to improve the communication skills and confidence of students from all language backgrounds.


This course runs at 2 levels.

For English learners at pre-intermediate and intermediate levels (A2 /B1 SCQF level 3/4) please apply for the October course (Lower)

For English learners at upper-intermediate and advanced levels (B2/A1 SCQF level 5/6) please apply for the March course (Higher)

Entry Requirements

This course runs at 2 levels.

For English learners at pre-intermediate and intermediate levels (A2 /B1 SCQF level 3/4) please apply for the October course (Lower)

For English learners at upper-intermediate and advanced levels (B2/A1 SCQF level 5/6) please apply for the March course (Higher)



You may be eligible to apply for ITA funding, please visit for more information and to apply: www.myworldofwork.co.uk/learn-and-train/sds-individual-training-accounts-ita


You may be eligible for fee waiver if you claim benefits or are on a low income.

Method of Assessment

No formal assessment

Future Prospects

Learners on this course will improve their communication skills.

Progression onto further Pronunciation courses at a higher level and other Full Time or Part Time ESOL courses.

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