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Drop-in English Classes

  • English Upper-Intermediate (B2), every Tuesday at 12:00 PM
  • English Beginners/Elementary (A1 – A2), every Wednesday at 11:00 AM
  • English Intermediate (B1), every Thursday at 11:00 AM
  • New Scots English Beginner (for Arabic speakers), every Wednesday at 1:30PM

New English Courses, ending 28th August

Communication Skills for Work: Every Thursday, 2pm – 3pm

A special course running for 8 weeks. This course is now fully booked.

These classes will be very useful for people planning to meet with David Allan, our Community Capacity Development Coordinator for one-to-one employment guidance.

Entry level:  Intermediate to Upper Intermediate. 

Aims:  

  • To enable you to develop their English vocabulary for making job applications,
  • To improve your understanding of the different types of English terminology, phrases and language used in different work situations,
  • To help you to prepare for interviews and to improve your interview presentation skills.
  • To share your experiences of applying for jobs and any worries about working in the UK. 
  • Writing tasks will be given as homework.

Parent and Child Course: every Friday, 10:30 – 12pm

Course running for 8 weeks. This course is now fully booked

Please note that this course is for Arabic speakers only.

Current Affairs and Reading Comprehension: every Friday, 2pm – 3pm

Special course running for 8 weeks. Please note this course is now fully booked.

Entry level: Intermediate to Upper Intermediate.

Aims:

  • To enable you to develop reading and analytical skills featuring current affairs and human interest stories that are affecting our live at present.
  • To help you gain a more informed understanding of UK culture.

These language skills are transferable and can be used in English for Work. Homework writing tasks on each article discussed and annotated by teachers.