ESOL Pre Entry and Entry 1 & 2 Course Cancelled (UC14Q33D)

Uckfield Civic Centre
23rd February 2021 -15th July 2021
Tuesday & Thursdays
9:30am to 12:00pm
18 weeks

Reduction or FREE to students on low income or receiving some kinds of benefits.

When? Thursday, 09:30am - 12:00pm from 23rd February 2021 until 15th July 2021 for 18 weeks.

There are no classes on 6th, 8th, 13th & 15th April (Spring Break) 1st & 3rd June 2021 (Half-term)
Where? Uckfield Civic Centre, Civic Approach, Uckfield, East Sussex, TN22 1AE.
How much does it cost? The full fee is £713.00. The concessionary fee is £0.00. Reduced fees are available to students in receipt of certain means-tested benefits. For more information on applicable benefits and eligibility please see the Financial Support page on our website or contact the ACRES team.

How to enrol?

Let ACRES know you are interested in an ESOL course.

We will invite you to an online meeting with your tutor. Appointment dates will be on 3rd, 10th & 17th September 2020.

At your meeting, you and your tutor will agree a time for you to come to the ACRES House either on 8th, 15th or 24th September 2020 between 10 am and 2 pm.
(If you cannot make these days please do not worry, talk to your tutor or the ACRES team.)

The address is, ACRES House, Uckfield College, Downsview Crescent, Uckfield TN22 3DJ

You will need to bring with you,

Course overview

If English is not your first language, this course will help you develop your skills in English for use in everyday life and/or for employment.

This course is FREE to students on a low income or receiving some kinds of benefits. Students who do not qualify for free courses can apply for a reduced fee. Please talk to a member of the ACRES staff for more information.

Non-ESFA eligible students can still enrol on this course but will pay the full non-funded rate which can be obtained from the ACRES Business Manager

What you already need to know

You do not need to have an ESOL qualification before taking this course. Before joining the course you will meet your tutor who will help find the right course for you.

What you will learn

Listening and Speaking



You will have the opportunity to take exams in one or more of the three skills to get an ESOL qualification.

How you will learn it

You will learn through different activities and topics:

You will be supported by your tutor who will talk to you about what skills you want to focus on. The tutor will help you work towards your own personal targets.

What do I need to bring to the first session?

Items need to do the course

How much extra study or practice is involved?

A requirement of this course is that you complete 37.5 hours of self-study. This is approximately 2.5 hours of study a week.

What are the next steps within this subject with ACRES?

Continue improving your English skills with ACRES. ESOL courses in Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing will be offered in the new academic year at various levels. Please see our website or contact the ACRES' House for more information.

What are the future steps beyond ACRES?

ESOL is a course that develops your English Language skills. This will help you to build confidence in using English. Ultimately, this will improve your experience and knowledge of living in the UK. ESOL courses will help improve your job opportunities and give you access to further education options and increased confidence in social and formal situations.

How can I get further information about these?