Want to improve your literacy? Our English qualification will teach you all about writing, grammar, punctuation, speaking, listening, reading and spelling and will prepare you for GCSE English.
Our English course can help you develop practical everyday skills needed to live, study and work, as well as life in general.
You may have been away from education for a while, be keen to brush up your skills for work or higher education or simply to gain more confidence.
Functional Skills qualifications are available across five levels (Entry 1 to Level 2) and the qualifications are the ideal way to build learners’ work-related skills.
You will be able to study at the level best suited to you. If you have applied to study a GCSE, depending on your assessment, we may recommend you study Functional Skills first.
If you are an adult student this course is ideal if you wish to improve your English skills, build your confidence and enhance your employability skills. You do not need any qualifications to join this course as we have study options for all levels – from Entry Level, through to Level 1 and Level 2, including helping you prepare for GCSE English. Your course will cover the three main areas of Functional Skills English: 1. Reading 2. Writing 3. Speaking & Listening You will develop your reading and writing skills, gaining experience of writing cover letters and develop both informal and formal writing styles.
We can help you gain the literacy and functional skills to:
* be more confident with your use of English
* study and gain qualifications
* start a new career
* gain access to further education and training opportunities
* be more confident with your standard of writing and reading for different purposes
* be an independent and efficient reader, writer and communicator
* develop the necessary standard of skills needed to progress at work and in life
Our team is supportive, friendly and experienced and will work with you to help you reach your goals.
To discuss how we can help you choose the right course for you, please contact the centre by filling out the contact form. Alternatively, you can call us on 07446256597 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org