ESOL Destination courses are for more advanced ESOL students and consist of 5 hours per week of English and 4 hours per week of vocational study which include Business and IT units at Level 1.
About the Course
Alongside an ESOL qualification you will study:
- Employment Rights, Responsibilities and Pay
- Business Meeting Techniques
- Spreadsheet Software
- Database Software
- Understanding Business Communication
- Understanding Customer Service
- Preparing for work.
The IT element of the course is taught using up-to-date computers and software.
Level 2 qualification designed for adults or employment.
All units are internally assessed using a range of assessment methods such as case studies, written reports, presentations, and practical tasks.