This course is for people who are finding the "Life in the United Kingdom: A guide for new residents" book difficult to understand and want help understanding and preparing for the Life in the UK test for British citizenship or settlement in the UK.
The course is for people who are studying ESOL Entry 3 or above, alternatively English Level B1 or above. They also need good computer skills. You will need a computer and Internet at home or access to it.
This is a new blended course. This means that most of the lessons are studied at home, using the Internet. Study can be at any time and at any place, as long as there is Internet access. There will also be regular online contact with your teacher and classmates. In addition to online study, there are 4 normal lessons in the classroom during the 12 week course. The course will include learning and preparing projects about; British traditions and culture, the history of the UK and British government, laws and your role in the community There is also an opportunity to practise and improve your English and learn new IT skills. In weeks 1, 4, 8 and 11 you will come to the Southgate Campus from 16:30-18:00. The rest of the course will be online
There is no final examination because students are assessed continuously over the course. This is preparation for Life in the UK test.
You can enrol online or at college.
No. Remember you need to be studying ESOL Entry 3 or above, alternatively English Level B1 or above and have good computer skills.
The fees are applicable to this course regardless of age. If you have any questions or not sure of your level of English, please contact email@example.com or call on 0203 7644 388 for further information.
*NB, you can enrol and pay for this course online, however, it is your responsibility to ensure you have the minimum entry requirements; there will be no refund if you enrol and pay without having these minimum requirements.