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Watney English Academy

Watney English Academy is an Institution of SMS Higher Education Group. The aim of the Academy is to help the learners, who are not native speakers, build their International Communication Skills through learning English Language. Our programme focuses on the language and skills you need to communicate successfully in real-life situations, at work, studies, or simply for socialisation.
Watney English Academy is based in London which is an ideal place for you to learn English. We have very experienced and dynamic teachers who will always support you during your learning process in comfortable situations within Academy-facilities. Based on our experience, you will make the quickest progress while learning is an interactive, engaging and fun. Our highly-qualified teachers will help you build confidence and improve your language skills in a supportive and stimulating environment.

What is more? We always try to identify learner’s needs and expectations and set up a range of appropriate actions for all individuals accordingly.
Watney English Academy offers some effective and accelerated range of courses; you might choose the one best suit for your purposes. Are you keen to climb the career ladder? Would you like to study or improve your work position?? Whatever your background or ambitions, learning English at Watney English Academy gives you the freedom to explore exciting new opportunities.

Why Do I Need Watney English ?

If you’re applying for UK Citizenship, your English will be assessed. If it’s below Entry Level 3, you’ll need to pass ESOL.

Of course, ESOL is also a great way to reassure prospective employers that you have the English skills they are looking for.

The course is also designed to be practical. So it’ll teach you every day English, including punctuation and grammar, rather than things you won’t often be called up to use in the real world.

Additionally, improving your English will help you in other ways, for example:

  • Flexible situations within Academy-facilities.
  • Skilled and experienced teachers.
  • Learning friendly environment.
  • Better career prospects
  • Supported every step of the way.
  • Free Learning Support.
  • Modern Facilities

Your Questions and Answer

Course Information

Course:  ESOL Skills for Life

Level: Entry-2 (A2) & Entry-3 (B1)

Duration: 3 months

Course Fees:  For fees please contact Admission Department

How do I choose a course?

You should always choose a course which is accredited by a Government approved exam board and, ideally, is held at an accredited college.

There are courses at different levels. This means you can start at a level which suits your current English skills.

If you’re applying to be a British Citizen, you can take a combined ESOL and citizenship course to prepare you for the ‘Life in the UK’ test.

How long is the course?

Depending on the level, your course could take between 4 months and a year to complete.

Full-time courses are available for 16-19 year olds, with part-time courses available for those aged 19 and over.

How can ESOL improve my CV?

An ESOL certification won’t just help out in your day-to-day life. It’s also a great way to show your skills on your applications, and could be the difference between you and another candidate.

Benefits include:

  • Demonstrating that you are a fast learner
  • Showing how quickly you can adapt to new situations
  • Improving your communication skills
  • Learning a new language

So whether you want to validate your skills, set yourself apart or just learn something new, ESOL will work for you.

What are the entry requirements for ESOL?

There are no formal entry requirements for ESOL, so it doesn’t matter if this is your first qualification.

However, you will have to complete an initial assessment when you apply for the course. This will help the provider to know which level of entry is right for you, and identify whether you need any additional support.

How can I find an accredited college?

Approved tests and providers are listed and updated on the.

There are also a number of free courses available, many of which you’ll be able to take online. However, always bear in mind that completing an accredited is the only way to ensure it’ll be accepted by the Government or by certain employers.

How much will it cost?

ESOL prices will vary, depending on course provider.

However, funding options may also be available, depending on your background and current situation. For example, if you’re unemployed, on certain benefits, or have a low income, you may be eligible for assisted funding.

What happens after ESOL?

Once you’ve gained your ESOL certification, you’ll be able to progress to another course at a higher level. And, once you’ve achieved Entry Level 3, you can look for a job or take Level 1 college courses.