Learn to speak French, German, (Modern) Greek, Japanese, Russian, Chinese (Mandarin), Italian and Spanish.
Learning a new language can be great fun. Our courses cover learning phrases for holidays to basic conversation, to intermediate level to speaking fluently
Our expert and qualified tutors will take learners through course lessons learning grammar and words to converse and even play games in the language.
Which language course is right for me?
There are two parts to language courses and it is advisable to enrol for part 1 and part 2. If you feel you have sufficient knowledge to enrol only on part 2, please call the number below with details of your experience. We will contact the tutor who may wish to give you an informal assessment to check if the course is right for you.
Please call Adult Learning Support Services on 01604 367 119.
For learning outcomes of all courses, please see the Course Information Sheets which are available on each course page, or call the above number if you are unsure.
Year 1 parts 1 and 2 or introduction to….
No previous knowledge is required. You will learn to communicate simply but effectively in everyday situations such as shopping, travelling and eating out.
Year 2 parts 1 and 2
These courses are suitable for those who have completed 40 hours or year 1 of learning, or
have a “rusty” GCSE or equivalent knowledge of
the language. You will learn how to talk about
past and future events and will extend your
Year 3 accredited parts 1 and 2 (WJEC)
These courses are suitable for those who have
completed. 80 hours or equivalent knowledge
of the language, see year 1 and 2. You will be
developing your vocabulary, conversation
and discussion skills. Accreditation is through
assessments only and taken during the course.
Year 4 parts 1 and 2
These courses are suitable for learners who
want to further their language learning skills and
have a good knowledge already (see above).
Conversational Advanced part 1 and 2
These are conversation courses for those with
a good knowledge, fluency in the language
and who are able to talk about general topics
in different situations. The classes are for those
who have at least Year 3 / 4 level or recent GCSE
level, grade A* to B and want to practice speaking
If you find that the course you have enrolled on is unsuitable, you may be able to transfer to
another if available.