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Get your English, Maths and ESOL qualifications

Maths Student smiling at camera.

Maths Student smiling at camera.

Places are still available on our English, Maths and English for Speakers of other Languages (ESOL) courses for anyone wanting to improve their reading, writing, numeracy and speaking skills and gain an English, Maths or ESOL qualification.

English and Maths are essential skills required by all employers, colleges and universities. These courses help you gain invaluable skills and knowledge required in everyday life whilst increasing confidence in reading, writing and numeracy and improving their career prospects.

The ESOL course provides you with the essential language skills to help you communicate properly in English by improving your speaking, listening, reading and writing skills. Developing your understanding of the English language, you will become a more fluent English speaker and build your skills and confidence.

Studying an English, Maths or ESOL course at College can help you to get the skills and qualifications that employers are looking for, boost your CV, develop the skills to help you live work and study, help children with their homework and progress onto another course at College.

Courses are offered from entry level to GCSE and many are free, subject to eligibility. You will have the opportunity to choose between a mixture of classroom based and online study, or study completely online with flexible classes that can be tailored to fit around home or work commitments.

Andra Ghencea, Head of Department for English, Maths and ESOL at Barnsley College, said: “English, Maths and ESOL are essential skills which can lead to a better and fulfilled life for many students.

“On completion of our courses, students will get a recognised qualification which can help in their next step, whether that’s employment progression, continuing with further study or making everyday life a bit easier, helping to transform their lives and reach their full potential.”

To apply for a course startng this September, contact us.

Last updated: 26th August 2021

Originally posted on: 26th August 2021

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