ESOL Pre Entry and Entry 1

Course Details

Pre Entry - Tuesdays at 10am - 12pm 

Entry 1 - Thursday at 10am - 12pm (Mixed Classes)

Location: ACP Group, 21 - 25 Grantham Road, Sparkbrook, Birmingham B11 1LU

For more information or registration please contact: Mamoona Shafique: 0121 687 6767

Course aims

  •  To improve your language skills by identifying areas for development
  •  To learn about in the UK
  •  To enable you to speak, read and write in English at a level necessary in order to function and progress at work and in society in general
  •  To develop the four skills of speaking, listening, reading and writing following the National Adult Literary Core Cirriculum


By end of the course you will have a greater understanding of living in the UK. You will be able to:

  •  Speak clearly to be heard and understood in simple exchanges
  •  Make requests and ask questions to obtain specific information
  •  Speak and listen in simple exchanges and everyday contexts
  •  Recognise some common words, signs and symbols
  •  Identify letters of the alphabets
  •  Read and understand a simple text about a familiar topic or experience
  •  Use written words and phrases to record or present information
  •  Write a simple sentence with correct punctuation
  • Spell words important to you, like your address and family names
  • Write the letters of the alphabet using upper and lower case

Pre - requirements for course entry

This course is for adult (19+) speakers whose home language is not English and who need to develop their English language skills in order to live and work in the UK. The course is FREE to those that have lived in the UK for over 3 years.

Learning Environment

Prior to course entrance you will be assessed to determine whether this level is suitable for you. Each learner has an individual learning plan negotiated with the tutor that highlights the skills you need to develop and record your progress

On the course you will be:

  •  Working on your own and with other group members
  •  You will receive ongoing support from your tutor
  •  Conversations. role plays, discussions, watching videos, audio clips and educational resources.

We have a high success rates and learners fully benefit from the close knit peer support provided by both tutors and students on the course.

If you would like further information or would like to book on the course please contact Mamoona on 0121 687 6767