Over the years we have taught a wide-range of both level 2 and 3 courses to students from all over the world and many of these students have been speakers of ; if English isn’t your first language it really shouldn’t be a problem.
Because our courses are delivered in English, you will need to be able to speak and write in English to enable you to complete the exams. Most of our courses have multiple-choice exams and so the standard of your written English really doesn’t matter too much for these assessments. Many of these courses also include lesson plans and case studies however and it is in these documents that you will need to provide more detailed information.
For any of the assessments or exams, you may be able to us a bilingual dictionary. For more information on which assessments you can use this for, or for further advice on the level and depth of the course, please feel free to contact our careers advisors.