FAQs

If you can’t find the answers you’re looking for or would like to give us some feedback, get in touch with us here.

What are the teachers like?

People always ask ‘who is going to teach me?’ Well, we always employ fully qualified and experienced ESOL or EFL teachers who have a certified TESOL qualification. We have teachers placed all over the country, so which teacher you have will depend on where you are in the UK.

Can I meet my teacher before the classes start?

Yes, you can! We like to make sure that you know your teacher before you start learning. You can have a Skype chat or FaceTime with them before your English course begins.

Where can I have my lessons?

Your lessons are flexible. If you’re a business that need lessons for your staff, we’ll teach in the workplace. Or, if you prefer, we can teach in a classroom environment.

If you’re living in the UK or are on holiday, the lessons will be at your home or holiday accommodation. If you’d like to learn in a classroom environment, we can arrange that too!

What can I learn?

Everyone wants to know ‘what’s the best English course for me?’ We provide all our courses just for you, so the choice is yours. We design courses for:

  • General English
  • Conversational and networking English
  • English for Business and Work
  • Exam Preparation (Functional Skills, Skills for Life, IELTS, FCE, CAE, Abitur Englisch, BRP Englisch etc.)
  • Holiday English
  • Pronunciation
  • English for Hospitality Services
  • English for Care / Nursing

How much does it cost?

Prices vary. It depends on the course you want, how many hours of lessons you’d like, how many people are in the class, and so on. Because each course is unique we don’t put a standard cost on your lessons, we take time to work out the right price for you.

Do you do discounts?

Yes! We are very happy to give discounts to registered charities.

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