ESOL : Angielski dla obcokrajowców

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ESOL : Angielski dla obcokrajowców

Testy na oszacowanie poziomu języka angielskiego odbywają się w soboty od 14:00 do 17:00-tej i czwartki od 13:00 do 15:00-tej w The Welcome Centre (St. Thomas Church).

Oferujemy kursy dla początkujących , kursy angielskiego dla życia , pisanie warsztatów , kursów , klucz, mówiących wstępnych First , Advanced , Proficiency , Business English i IGCSE angielskiego jako drugiego języka.

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  • ESOL English for life courses
    Our ESOL Skills for Life courses are aimed at people living and working in Jersey who need English to ‘survive’ and function in an English-speaking environment. These courses start at total beginners level and progress to an Intermediate level of English.

 

  • Cambridge Mainsuite Courses
    We offer ESOL language courses such as Cambridge English: Key, Cambridge English: Preliminary, Cambridge English: First, Cambridge English: Advanced, Cambridge English: Proficiency which are all widely recognised internationally.
    We also offer IGCSE English as a Second language.

 

  • Cambridge Business Courses
    In addition, we run Cambridge English: Business courses which focus on the learning of English in a professional and business context. These are internationally recognised business qualifications which are very popular as a means of gauging the language level of potential employees.

 

Venues and times
We hold our ESOL courses both at Highlands College and at our partnership venue, The Welcome Centre, St. Thomas Church, St. Helier. Courses run throughout the week and all day on Saturdays.

Contact
Jodi Higginson (Mornings only): 01534 608 670
Andrew Rouillard: 01534 608 549
Jo Gueno: 01534 608 549

 

Adult & Community Education

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The leading provider of Adult & Community Education on the island.
The majority of our courses are delivered at our dedicated Adult Education centre during the day and evening with free parking and drinks facilities.
Whatever you want to do to enhance your skills, learn something or achieve a qualification you will find it at ACE.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Can anyone apply for a course?
The Highlands College part-time programme is only available to students who are no longer in compulsory education and are aged 16 or over. However, some courses have higher age restrictions or other entry criteria that need to be met.
How do I apply for a course?
You can now book and pay for your Adult & Community Education course online!

1. Click on the blue Apply online button under the course.
2. Create your personal account by clicking on Request Account
3. If you already have a personal account, log in with your username and password
4. Click on the course titles that interest you for more information. You can filter your search by subject or day
5. If you wish to enrol on a course, add your chosen course to your basket and follow the payment process.

If you would prefer to send in your application by post or fax, you can still do so by completing the application form in the ‘Quick links’ tab and sending it with your payment where applicable, to – Student Records, Highlands College, Highlands Lane, St Saviour JE1 1HL. If you are paying by credit card, you may fax your form to us on 608600. If you fax your application, please DO NOT post the original form as confirmation.

For certain vocational courses it may be necessary for you to meet with the tutor for a short interview before your application can be processed. If this is the case you will be contacted to arrange a suitable time.
Who do I make the cheque payable to?
Cheques should be made out to “Treasurer of the States”. If you are applying for more than one course, please enclose separate cheques for each. This will enable us to return fees for courses that are already full and still process other applications without delay. You may also pay by MasterCard, Visa or Maestro by filling out the required card details.
Can I pay the course fee by instalments or by post-dated cheque?
Unfortunately, no. You will not have your application confirmed until payment is received in full. Remember, payment can be made via credit card, cheque, postal order or, if applying in person, in cash.
What do my course fees pay for?
All Adult & Community Education course fees include your tuition and a registration fee. They may also include a contribution towards the cost of demonstration materials, venue rental, handouts, artist models, equipment or exam fees.

PLEASE NOTE: be prepared to supply materials in addition to your course fees depending on your course, for example: flowers, cooking ingredients, art and craft materials or specialist clothing.

Vocational course fees include tuition and, occasionally, some materials You may also need to buy additional equipment and may have to pay a registration fee to an awarding body.
What if my employer or other sponsor is going to pay for my course?
Once you have completed the application form, you must ask the person who is responsible for authorising the payment to complete the employer / sponsor section.
Am I entitled to a fee concession?
Fee concessions are available on certain Adult & Community Education leisure courses. There are no concessions on some specialist leisure courses or on any part-time vocational course.
Senior citizens benefit from a reduction on some leisure course fees if, by the date of commencement of these courses, they are aged 60 or over.
If you are registered with Social Security as a Jobseeker (unemployed) or are receiving 75% or more Long-Term Incapacity Allowance (LTIA), you may also receive a reduction in your fees. Only one course per term will be offered on this basis. Please complete the application form, tick the appropriate fee concession box, sign the authorisation statement and return it without any fees.
When do courses run?
Highlands College part-time courses vary in length from half-day workshops to two or three academic years. The majority of courses follow an academic timetable and may exclude half terms, bank holidays or other breaks.
What happens if the course I want is full?
For Adult & Community Education leisure courses our policy is to accept applications on a first-come, first-served basis on receipt of fees. However, if a course is full a person’s name will automatically be placed on a wait list. If the wait list is sufficiently large and additional tutors and facilities are available, another course may be set up and you will be contacted.
What if my course is relocated, rescheduled or cancelled?
We make every effort to avoid doing this, but occasionally it is necessary. This is why it is vitally important for us to have your current telephone numbers or e-mail address in order that we can contact you as speedily as possible. If you have a mobile telephone number, we will use a text message service to inform you of any changes to your course. If the change is not acceptable to you, a full refund will be issued. Please note, our text message service is a non-reply service.
Why are some courses cancelled?
A minimum enrolment number is required to recover the full costs of providing the course. If numbers of students fail to reach this minimum, we reluctantly cancel it. We contact the applicants and provide a full refund, or offer a transfer to another course if a suitable one is available.
If I can no longer attend the class, can I get a refund?
Unfortunately we only offer a refund if your course has been cancelled by Highlands College. Circumstances such as illness, work commitments or leaving the Island are not considered for refunds. Course places cannot be deferred to another term.
Can I give my place to a friend?
Unfortunately places are non-transferable to another person.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Eligibility for ACE courses
The Adult & Community Education (ACE) programme is only available to students who are no longer in compulsory education and are aged 16 or over.
Application priority
Applications for ACE leisure courses are accepted on a first come, first served basis on receipt of fees. If the wait list is sufficiently large and additional tutors and facilities are available another course may be set up, for which you will be offered a place.
Fee concessions
There are two types of fee concession available on most ACE courses, though these do not apply to certain more specialist courses on this programme. If you are registered with Social Security as a Jobseeker (unemployed) or are receiving 75% or more Long-Term Incapacity Allowance (LTIA) you may also receive a reduction in your fees. Only one ACE course per term will be offered on this basis.
In order to apply for these concessions, please download and complete the application form, tick the appropriate fee concession box, sign the authorisation statement and return the form without any fees.
If you are aged 60 or over, an automatic concession is applied to your course fee on application.
Cancellations
A minimum enrolment number is required to recover the full costs of providing an ACE course. If numbers of students fail to reach this minimum we reluctantly cancel it. Applicants are provided with a full refund or a transfer to another suitable course if one is available.
Refunds
Unfortunately we only offer a refund if a course has been cancelled by Highlands College. Circumstances such as illness, work commitments or leaving the island are not considered for refunds.
Course places cannot be deferred to another term and are non-transferable to another person.