There are a range of opportunities at York College to gain those essential skills that are required for life, work or further study.
Studying English, maths, English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) or digital skills, will help you to further your career and maximise opportunities available to you. Whatever your starting point, we have a course for you.
Help strengthen your basic maths and English skills, essential if you want to do an Access course but don’t have the entry requirements, or just to achieve that GCSE that eluded you back at school.
Adults (19+) who do not have a either GCSE English or Maths at grade 4/C or above are entitled to study these courses for free.
We have a range of opportunities to study English at York College. Whatever your starting point we have a course for you.
All ESOL courses are during the day. They are split into three parts throughout the academic year:
- Speaking and Listening (September)
- Reading (January)
- Writing (April)
You can do all three, or just the ones you need, at the level you need. Once we have your contact details through your pre-enrolment form, you will then be able to book on to an assessment session (this will be done via Microsoft Bookings). You will then be assessed by the ESOL Team to determine the level you are working at; we will then enrol you on to the right level of course for you.
Our essential digital skills courses have been designed to support adults to develop the essential digital skills you need in life, work or further study. Find out more about this course and how it can enable learners to have access to and actively engage in the digital world.
If you are interested in studying English, maths, ESOL or digital skills at York College:
- You can pre-enrol via our Enrol Now page
- If you have any further questions about York College please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (01904) 770770
- If you’re applying to a ESOL course, once we have your details, you will then be able to book on to an assessment session), this will be done via Microsoft Bookings. You will then be assessed by the ESOL Team to determine the level you are working at; we will then enrol you on to the right level of course for you