|Study type||Study Tier||Start Date||Duration||Course Contact|
|1 January 2019||Various||Patricia Suttmann|
New GCSE grades from 2017
Exams in reformed English language, English literature and maths GCSEs will be taken for the first time in 2017. These will be graded from 9 to 1, instead of A* to G.
Visit our Grading New GCSES from 2017 information page to learn more.
There is no entry requirement for studying the English programme but you will be asked to complete an English Placement Test (EPT) and BKSB test which will assess your level of English and determine your course.
|Course Title||Day & Time||Start Date||End Date||Cost||No. of Weeks|
|Beginners English||Fridays, 10:00am – 12:00pm||19 January 2018||23 March 2018||£100 *||10|
|Post Beginners English||Mondays, 10:00am – 12:00pm||22 January 2018||26 March 2018||£100 *||10|
Who is the course for?
These two courses are for part-time learners whose native language is not English, who live or plan to live in the UK and who have little or no knowledge of English. It is ideal for people who want to practice their English in an informal environment and meet people of other nationalities.
What will I learn?
This course will help you build your confidence in spoken English to enable you to cope with everyday life. You will improve your pronunciation and understanding of basic constructions and vocabulary. The focus will be on speaking and listening but you will also improve your English grammar.
What can this course lead to?
Students who successfully complete the Beginners course will have the basics to progress onto an ESOL entry level course. The post-Beginners course may lead to an ESOL entry level qualification.
Terms of Payment
The full fee MUST be paid in advance to ensure your place is booked. All fees must be paid in full.
The information contained within this document is correct at the time of publication, although may be subject to change. The Isle of Wight College reserves the right to modify or alter any of the courses advertised without prior notice.
From time to time it is necessary for the college to cancel, amend or amalgamate courses due to insufficient numbers or due to unforeseen circumstances. We will notify students as soon as possible of any changes.
Once classes have started there is a NO REFUNDS POLICY in operation. However, in exceptional circumstances a refund will be considered on receipt of a written request.
Health and Safety
We will attempt to take every reasonable care to protect students under the provision of the Health and Safety at Work Act. Likewise, students are expected to act in a safe way. In workshops where machinery is used, students will be expected to wear protective clothing and footwear.
Equality & Diversity
The College is committed to an Equality and Diversity policy that is intended to be an integral part of College life. The aim is to create an environment in which people treat each other with mutual respect, regardless of ethnicity, skin colour, gender, marital/civil partnership status, faith & belief, disability, sexual orientation and age.
The College is committed to ensuring that disabled people including those with learning difficulties are treated fairly. If you are a disabled person, please let us know what you need so that we can make all reasonable adjustments to help you succeed.
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