We run regular information, advice and enrolment sessions where you can find out more about the courses by speaking to the staff who teach them. You can also be assessed and interviewed for enrolment and meet advisers to discuss study skills and additional learning support.
If you are not able to come to an information, advice and enrolment session you can contact us at any time by calling or visiting one of our centres.
Dates, times and centres for information and assessment sessions are:
These part-time courses help you improve your English and maths and gain a nationally recognised qualification – from beginners to GCSE.
Courses are available daytime and evening. All English and maths courses are FREE if you do not already have English or maths GCSE grade A*-C and have lived in the United Kingdom or the European Economic Area (EEA) continuously for three years.
English and maths courses start in February and September. Before you enrol we need to assess your level of English or maths so we can tell you which course is best for you. Assessments will take at least one hour. Please do not bring young children with you as they may get bored and distract you or other learners.
For information and assessments for English and maths please call 020 8496 2974 to make an appointment.
If you have English as a second language and would like to talk to us about our courses for ESOL learners please see below for information about ESOL language assessments.
We offer courses for adults whose first language is not English, who have been living in the European Economic Area (EEA), including the United Kingdom, for at least three years. We can also accept spouses and dependents of the above.
For information and assessments for ESOL, please call 020 8496 2974 to make an appointment.
You can find out about all our programmes by coming to our information/recruitment sessions. You can also contact us for an appointment any time throughout the year by contacting:
Harpal Rull on 020 8496 2029 or email email@example.com or
Andrea Creary on 020 8496 2981 or email firstname.lastname@example.org