The Trinity ESOL Skills for Life course is assessed by three exams a speaking exam, a reading exam and a writing exam. The other qualifications are assessed by a combination of traditional written exams and coursework. You will also have a weekly group tutorial and regular individual appointments with your personal tutor.
Duration and Delivery
Find out here what our students are saying about the ESOL Course at Kingston College.
"Completing the ESOL Horizons course at Kingston College was one of the best things I have done! I was able to go straight onto the BTEC Level 3 IT programme at the College which I completed successfully. This way I got to where I am now - a City University student and a successful IT assistant at a luxury travel company in London".
Dorian Olesinski from Poland
"When I first came to this country I knew very little English and didn’t have any friends so I enrolled on the ESOL Horizons Entry Level 2 course at Kingston College. The course was excellent and the teachers were very supportive and friendly.
I then successfully moved up to ESOL Entry 3 followed by ESOL Level 1 with GCSE Chemistry and maths. By that time I was feeling a lot more confident and settled and my English was really coming up!
After finishing ESOL I had the skills and knowledge to progress onto BTEC Extended Diploma in Science which was very demanding and challenging but with hard work and determination I completed the course.
I am very proud to say that I am now at university studying Aerospace Engineering which I love and it has always been my dream! This is just to show how important ESOL was in my life and I will be eternally grateful to Kingston College".
Ali Albeyatti from Iraq
Kingston Adult Education Awards Celebrate Students’ Achievements +Kingston College English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) and Access to HE students were celebrated for their successes, at the annual Adult Achievers Awards hosted by Kingston Rotary Club at the Guildhall on 5th June. This year, 14 outstanding Kingston College learners were nominated for accomplishments in their studies. … Read More
- Part Time EFL - English as a Foreign Language: Daytime (6 hours a week) or Evening (4 hours a week) (18 years and above)
- Full Time EFL - English as a Foreign Language - 15 Hours a week (18 years and above)
- ESOL Skills for Life (19yrs and over)
- ESOL Horizons Level 1 (16yrs – 19yrs)
- ESOL Horizons Entry Level 3 (16yrs – 19yrs)