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Erasmus+ | Life Skills through English

Life Skills through English | A2 to B1

At a glance

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    Course Location

    Dublin and Athlone

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    Course Dates and Prices

    Please check Erasmus+ calendar

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    2 weeks

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    Class Size

    15 maximum, 5 minimum

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    Student Age

    Minimum 18 (Varies from 22 to 65)

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    Entry Requirements

    Minimum level of English:
    A2, pre-intermediate

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    Cultural Activities

    2 teacher-led activities included per week

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    Comfort hotel, residence and host family options

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    Public transport (if required) and airport transfers included in Erasmus+ package price

21st Century Communication Skills: Life Skills through English | Course Introduction

Future Learning believes that all learners choose to study English for a purpose and our courses are designed with a sense of that purpose; personal, social, professional and academic. Future Learning also emphasises the importance of learner autonomy, and our courses invite the learner to take responsibility for their progress, help them to develop their learning skills and the ability to develop themselves.

Future Learning’s Adult Course is divided into three stages according to English language level. At each stage the exit criteria are those specified in the relevant Integrated Skills Exam (ISE) for ILEP purposes by Trinity College London.

Stage 1: Life Skills Through English – Levels A2 to B1

Learner Profile

The initial stage of our course is designed to help people to make a life in Ireland through English and deal successfully with all the situations that will arise at home, socially and work if taking a part-time job. It aims to help develop communication skills that consider the cultural as well as the linguistic challenges to successful communication in English.

Learner Outcomes at B1

By the end of the course, participants will have

  • improved their communication, collaboration, creative problem solving, and critical thinking skills to enable them to do the following in English and through technology in a personal context:
  • understood the main points of clear standard input on familiar matters regularly encountered in work, school, leisure, and day to day life
  • dealt with most situations likely to arise whilst living in an area where the language is spoken
  • produced simple connected text on topics which are familiar or of personal interest
  • described personal experiences and events, dreams, hopes & ambitions and briefly give reasons and explanations for opinions and plans.

21st Century Communication Skills: Life Skills through English
Sample Schedule for Mornings or Afternoons*

*Please note the following:
  • 21st Century Communication Skills Life Skills through English is eligible for Erasmus+ funding
  • the actual morning or afternoon schedule will be confirmed to participants one week in advance of the course start date
  • the two teacher-led activities are part of the Erasmus+ funded programme and are included for Erasmus+ participants
  • adults on short-stay or academic year who are not participating under Erasmus+ are welcome to join subject to availability and at an additional cost.
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    Future Learning is a school with a high academic level. A great activity programme and excellent teachers. I really enjoyed my experience at this school. The classes are very helpful to improve my English. Thanks a million, Future Learning.

    Samantha Romo Varela


    Future Learning’s Erasmus+ PIC


    Our Participant Identification Code (PIC) identifies Future Learning as an Erasmus+ training provider. We would be happy to work with your institution to develop an Erasmus+ project which includes our teacher training course and that will attract EU funding for professional development through your national agency.

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