English Language (ESOL) - Evening Class
Downloadable Part-time Evening Courses in ESOL information sheet
Method of Assessment
Tuesday evenings 5.45-8.30 (including break)
You can join the course in August or February.
32 weeks: 30 August 2022 – 30 May 2023 OR
2x16 weeks: 30 August 2022 – 20 December 2022, 31 January – 30 May 2023
General English Courses at three levels - Elementary, Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate
These courses are designed to help learners develop communication skills and gain confidence in English in order to live and work in the UK and use English for international communication.
These classes will be face to face.
- Focus on all aspects of language – vocabulary, grammar, pronunciation
- Practise all four skills – reading, writing, listening, speaking
- Task-based learning in pairs and groups
- Regular homework and assessments
Cambridge Exams preparation courses – three groups - Upper-intermediate (First), Advanced and IELTS
Work towards gaining international qualifications recognised by companies and universities in order to work and study in the UK or abroad.
Lessons may be online or on campus. This will be confirmed nearer the time.
- Task-based methodology
- Extensive and in-depth language development
- Development of comprehension and productive skills for work/study purposes
- Regular assignments
- Practice using exam techniques
The exams are optional and the fees are paid by the students. These prices are set annually by Cambridge and are subject to change. FCE - £85; CAE - £89.
Please apply online. Each group will need a minimum of 15 participants to run (normal class size 18-20, maximum 22).
You will be invited to attend an information session to assess your level and help you decide on the most suitable course.
£150 for 16 weeks or £300 for 32 weeks. You will be required to pay course fees when you attend the information session, and you will not be accepted until payment has been received.
Individual Training Account
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
* Your ITA must be in place before the start date of the course.
If you are a current FT student of D&A or if you or your partner receive benefits, are eligible to claim benefits or are on a low income you may qualify. Please bring evidence of benefits with you to registry services. This also applies to au pairs who will need to bring in a letter from their employer.
30 Aug 2022
- All course fees are reviewed annually, and subject to change. Published fees apply to the courses mode of delivery.