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Skills for Life

Skills for Life

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Do you struggle with English and Maths?

Do you need a bit more support to help you reach your goals?

Do you need to improve your confidence?

Is English your second language?

Do you need somewhere to start from?

Then Skills for Life courses may be for you. Our courses can help you develop the right skills for a better future.

ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) courses allow you to develop listening, reading and writing skills and can support you to progress onto practical programmes.

For 16-25 year olds, the Prince’s Trust Team offers an exciting programme of activities to give you direction and help you make choices about your future.

For a full list of locations and start dates visit www.stokecollege.ac.uk/PrincesTrust

Preparation for Vocation (Prep 4) courses are for young people who need more support in developing their personal and social skills as well as improving English and Maths.

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Meaza Teklegorgios

Ethiopian teacher Meaza Teklegorgios could soon be working in a North Staffordshire classroom after learning new skills at college.

The 32 year old gave up her job as a nursery teacher in her home country to come to England in 2006. But after she arrived Meaza found it difficult to continue her career – until she was offered a place on an English course for speakers of other languages (ESOL) at Stoke on Trent College.

The programme tries to help people overcome language barriers and Meaza was one of 20 students who became the first graduates of a course on childcare. The course she completed was made up of one English session and one childcare lesson a week over 18 weeks.

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