Entry Level 1, 2 and 3, Level 2 and Level 1 – Functional Skills English
English and Maths
Adult, Entry Level, Entry, Levels 1-3, Levels 1-2
15 weeks, 19 weeks
This is an intensive course aimed at helping people gain an accredited Literacy Functional Skills qualification. We can offer support at Entry Level 2, Entry Level 3, Level 1 and Level 2 on this programme.
The course takes place at the Advanced Learning Centre.
The course will develop three key skills:
- Speaking and Listening
Each class lasts for three hours to give you plenty to time to learn, understand and practice your English skills.
Acceptance onto the course is by assessment.
You will need to bring evidence of your highest English and/or Maths qualification.
Call or email to find out more or apply for this course.
Telephone Forster College on: 01274 765272 Email: [email protected]
Before starting the course you will be asked to complete an assessment to find out what you already know and understand.
To successfully complete the course you will need to complete some assessments and discussions.
- Writing (one hour assessment)
- Reading (one hour assessment)
- Speaking and Listening – to be observed in two class discussions
Successful completion of this course can lead to progression onto a higher level English course, or any other course that will help get the job you want, or support your personal development.
This course is free for all learners subject to ESFA funding rules. Please ask from more information when applying.
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