Teaching ESOL in the post-16 sector: develop your practice (L5 module) (Code: C1614)

This course is designed to support participants to become more confident in:

  • analysing the English Language needs of their ESOL learners
  • planning teaching and learning activities to help learners develop their language awareness and the four English language skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening.

Please scroll down for more information on entry requirements, length of the course, training aims and outcomes.

Pricing options

£495/person for participation in an open course. 10% discount available for SET members.

A discount is available for onsite group bookings – contact us for details

Upcoming

Online - April to July 2024
Date: 24/04/2024
Price: from £495.00
Session 1
Date: 24/04/2024 15:00 - 17:00
Session 2
Date: 01/05/2024 15:00 - 17:00
Session 3
Date: 08/05/2024 15:00 - 17:00
Session 4
Date: 15/05/2024 15:00 - 17:00
Session 5
Date: 22/05/2024 15:00 - 17:00
Session 6
Date: 05/06/2024 15:00 - 17:00
Session 7
Date: 12/06/2024 15:00 - 17:00
Session 8
Date: 19/06/2024 15:00 - 17:00
Session 9
Date: 26/06/2024 15:00 - 17:00
Session 10
Date: 03/07/2024 15:00 - 17:00
IN HOUSE
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No suitable dates or locations? Please register your interest and we will let you know about new events as they are announced.

SET Membership

 

SET members are entitled to an exclusive 10% discount off this ETF professional development course.

Find out more about SET membership on the Society for Education and Training (SET) website.

Who is this for?

New and experienced teachers of ESOL within the post-16 sector, especially those who have had no previous Level 5 subject specialist training.  

Training aim

On this course, you will:

  • explore approaches to understanding and responding to the language learning needs, motivations and barriers of different learner groups, e.g. refugees and asylum seekers
  • explore approaches to teaching all four literacy skills (speaking, listening, reading and writing), grammar and vocabulary
  • develop your linguistic knowledge (to support the analysis of learners’ English language skills) and awareness of different theories of language learning
  • explore approaches to teaching basic literacy and working with learners New to ESOL.
  • consider how to integrate digital technology into ESOL classes.

Outcomes

On this course, you will:

  • explore approaches to understanding and responding to the language learning needs, motivations and barriers of different learner groups, e.g. refugees and asylum seekers
  • explore approaches to teaching all four literacy skills (speaking, listening, reading and writing), grammar and vocabulary
  • develop your linguistic knowledge (to support the analysis of learners’ English language skills) and awareness of different theories of language learning
  • explore approaches to teaching basic literacy and working with learners new to ESOL.
  • consider how to integrate digital technology into ESOL classes.

Length

10 online sessions, two hours each, once a week for 10 weeks.

You will also be expected to engage in independent study in between facilitated sessions.

Contact us

If this course is not currently available at a suitable date/location, please register your interest and we will let you know about new events as they are announced.

If you have any questions, please contact:

T: 0800 0 831 830
E: enquiries@etfoundation.co.uk