Our ESOL course teachers will help you learn and enhance your grammar and vocabulary for work, study and home life. Whether you’re new to the English language, or would just like to improve your existing skills, studying an ESOL course at CONEL will give you the confidence to communicate with friends and employers and enjoy life in the UK.
From Entry Level to GCSE, we also offer English and Maths for native speakers who want the qualifications to help them progress in employment. Our tutors will offer you one-to-one support to help you reach your goals, whether as part of an apprenticeship or vocational course, or as a standalone qualification.
Many of our students take their qualifications alongside their main courses to give them the skills they need to support their studies. Whatever your English or Maths level, we can help you to build the foundations for a promising future.
We also run a range of free short courses to help you get started in this area.
Our Bridging courses can help prepare you to progress to the next level in Functional Skills English.
If you're aged 19 or older and looking to improve your English skills, our literacy Functional Skills at Entry Level (including Entry Level 1, Entry Level 2 and Entry Level 3) can help you progress your learning.
If you're aged 19 or older and looking to improve your English skills, our literacy Functional Skills at Level 1 and Level 2 can help you progress your learning.
If you are aged 16-18, this course will help develop your reading, writing, speaking and listening skills from Entry Level 1 up to Level 1.
Our English for Speakers of Other Languages courses are designed to help you to increase your independence, as well as develop the language skills you need for everyday life, employment and further study.
This course equips you with enhanced knowledge of the English Language, including verbal and written communication skills.
This course equips you with a solid understanding of fundamental mathematical concepts and principles.
Studying Mathematical Studies alongside your vocational course allows you to gain up to 20 extra UCAS points, building on your existing mathematical knowledge.