Lower-Intermediate (Entry 3) to Advanced (Level 2)
Language ✓ Employability ✓ Arts & Culture ✓ Rights ✓ Community ✓
Support ✓ Rights ✓ Critical Thinking ✓ Leadership ✓ Action ✓
Every week there is a schedule of ESOL classes at different levels, mostly online using Zoom.
Every two weeks, the Work Rights Centre (WoRC) will hold a workshop on Employment Rights and Employability (CVs, job interviews etc).
Every week there will be a community event to socialise, learn new skills, to find out about what’s going on locally.
Every month there will be a community organising day, bringing together migrant leaders from across the borough to train and strategise.
You will be part of a network of hundreds of students across London, who organise a range of initiatives and actions to make their communities better.
You can complete an assessment and enrol here:
For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Robin on 07585439147.
Weekly ESOL classes
Monday 18.30 – 21.00: IELTS Preparation class online with Fatime
Tuesday 10.30 – 13.00: Level 1+ General class online with Robin
Wednesday 9.30 – 12.00: Entry 3 General class online with Robin
Wednesday 17.45 – 19.45: Café Writing Group Willesden with Robin
Wednesday 18.30 – 21.00: Entry 3 General Class online with Fatime
Saturday 10 – 12.30: Entry 3+ Speaking class online with Adela
ESOL for Refugees with Young Roots
Monday 11.30 -13.30: Entry 3+ Yaseen Centre, Wembley with Robin
Sunday 15.00 – 17.00: Entry 3+ online with Robin
ESOL for Domestic Workers with the Voice of Domestic Workers
Sunday 11.00-14.00: Mixed Level Holborn / online with Robin / Fatime
Employability & Employment Rights with the Work Rights Centre
Fortnightly Wednesday 17.10 – 18.10
EFA Anti-Racism study group
Brent Community Workshops
Our Brent team has prepared a summary report on the progress, successes and challenges of the 2020-2021 Community ESOL project in the borough, with the intention to adapt and further improve the project in the coming years.
Our Brent team has prepared a summary report on the progress, successes and challenges of the 2021-2022 Community ESOL project in the borough, with the intention to adapt and further improve the project in the coming years.