English Workshop ** No face to face lessons currently** (UC14Q98A)

A gentle, fun, relaxed course for those who want to improve their reading, writing, speaking and listening skills so that every day situations become easier

When? Tuesday, 7:00pm - 9:00pm from 22nd September 2020 until 22nd June 2021 for 32 weeks.

There are no classes on 27th October, 10th, 17th and 24th November. 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th December , 5th & 12th, 19th, 26th January, 2nd, 9th,16th and 23rd February (Lockdown) 6th, 13th April (Spring break), 1st June (Half Term)
Where? Uckfield Civic Centre, Civic Approach, Uckfield, East Sussex, TN22 1AE.
How much does it cost? The full fee is £0.00.

How to enrol?

Contact the ACRES office for your enrolment pack to get started.
Once this has been returned you will be contacted to arrange a time to meet your tutor if you are new to this class.

Course overview

A gentle, fun, relaxed course for those who want to improve their reading, writing, speaking and listening skills at Entry Levels 1 and 2.
This course will start at Uckfield Civic Centre and move to Uckfield College later in the year.
All staff and learners will be following Covid 19 guidelines. These will be explained to you by your tutor.

What you already need to know

No previous experience is necessary as the course will assess the learners and start from a point that is suitable for each student.

What you will learn

Reading - not just books, but reading things when you are out and about
Writing - improve what you write
Speaking - feel more confident
Listening - learn as you listen

How you will learn it

You will work at your own pace. A variety of learning and teaching methods will be used so that you can improve your skills and gain more confidence with English.

What do I need to bring to the first session?

Notebook and pen

There are no drinks available so please bring your own.

How much extra study or practice is involved?

Homework is optional. Learners are encouraged to read outside the class.

What do previous students say?

"Coming to this class has helped me with my job."

"My own children didn't know that I found reading difficult but now I have grandchildren, I want to be able to read them stories."

"Improving my reading and writing skills has given me so much more confidence in all sorts of areas. I received my first ever certificate!"

What are the next steps within this subject with ACRES?

Learners can continue to study English or can move to other Functional Skills courses.

What are the future steps beyond ACRES?

Find out about other courses with the National Careers Service for opportunities to extend your skills and knowledge.

How can I get further information about these?

Please visit the ACRES website, see our brochure, or alternatively contact a member of the team on 01825 761820.