Sign-posting to ESOL
This webpage provides awareness to staff or their partner/family members, whose first language is not English, who wish to develop their spoken or written English. Note: ESOL is not provided by HR.
What does ESOL mean and what can it help with?
As stated on the Scottish Government ESOL webpage ESOL is the term for 'English for Speakers of Other Languages'. In addition to enhancing levels of English, ESOL qualifications could help with passing the Life in the UK Test or for British Citizenship applications.
Where do I go to get help to improve my English?
- Students who are seeking additional English language support and development, please refer to webpage:
- Scotland guidance on webpages: ESOL Scotland and SQA ESOL
- British Council ESOL webpage for:
- Refer to webpage: Plain English
- Log onto the interactive webpage: BBC learning English
- Contact the organisations below to enrol onto an ESOL course:
Fife Council ESOL Service - fees and information (provided: 1 Jul 2019)
Fife Council ESOL Service - fees and information:
St Andrews, North East Fife and Glenrothes, Tel: 01334 659363 / 07515291092, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath, Tel: 08451 555 555 Ext: 471047 / 07985 382678, Email: email@example.com
Dunfermline and South West Fife, Tel: 01383 602359, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
List of ESOL College course providers:
Tel: 01334 658939
Tel: 0344 248 0115
Dundee City Council
Adult Learning Team
Tel: 01382 435808
Dundee & Angus College (ESOL+CELTA)
Tel: 01382 834834
350 West Granton Road
Tel: 0131 669 4400