ESOL Skills for Life

Cambridge ESOL (Skills for Life) certificates test the English of adults who live, work or study in England, Wales or Northern Ireland. As part of the UK government’s plans to improve levels of English, ESOL (Skills for Life) are fully based on the Adult ESOL Core Curriculum and reflect the use of English in everyday life.

If you struggle with communicating in English, you are unlikely to be able to achieve your true potential in your studies or at work. By improving your English skills, you stand a much better chance of progressing. ESOL (Skills for Life) courses, as offered by Languages for Life Ltd., allow you to build your confidence to progress into employment and further study.

ESOL (Skills for Life) is available at Entry 1-3 and at Levels 1-2.

For students at all levels, English is a difficult language to learn: the pronunciation is irregular, there are often two words for one word in your language and native English Language speakers seem to “speak fast”. Different levels of language learners face different challenges. For the Beginner, English grammar may seem easy enough, yet the spelling and pronunciation are a mystery. The Intermediate Learner feels as if they have reached a plateau: they don’t think they are making any progress. The Advanced Learner may wonder why they don’t understand jokes in English, or they may feel that they will never learn all the idiomatic phrases that they hear every day at work or in the street.

Languages for Life Ltd. tutors are familiar with the challenges that each level of ESOL (Skills for Life) presents. We will choose real-life contexts and materials for you to improve your English Language skills, and we will guide you to study purposefully in your own time. ESOL (Skills for Life) courses are designed to meet real-life needs of language learners, and to equip them with the real-life language skills necessary for everyday life in the 21st century.


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