Adult education pre-course assessments
Our centres are open. We continue to offer a wide range of online classes. Many courses offer a blended approach with both onsite and online learning available.
To ensure the safety of learners and staff we continue to follow government guidance. Read the measures we have put in place to keep you safe.
Find out if you need to do a pre-course assessment
If you want to take one of the courses below, you need to come to a pre-course assessment first.
- Child care level 1 and level 2
- English – all levels up to GCSE
- ESOL – all levels up to level 2
- Maths – all levels up to GCSE
- SELT preparation course for British citizenship
- Community ESOL - stepping stone to accreditation
- Supported Learning
- Adults with sensory and physical impairments
What happens at the assessment
As part of the assessment you will:
tell us about your past achievements and long-term goals
tell us if you need extra support
find out more about the best available course for your skills level
choose a classroom based or online course.
How to book your assessment
You can book a pre-course assessment over the phone by calling 020 8314 6677 from Monday to Thursday, 10am-4pm.
What you need to bring to Community ESOL and ESOL assessments
So we can check your eligibility for reduced fees and to complete your enrolment, you need to bring the following documents to your appointment
- evidence of your identity
- evidence of benefits claimed in the last three months
COVID-19 safety measures
- we have reduced the number of bookings per session
- we will take photos of your document as evidence of eligibility
- if you are feeling unwell and have COVID-19 related symptoms please do not come to the centre.
How to complete your enrolment
Once you have completed a pre-course assessment, you are ready to enrol on a course.