What we do
RMC run a range of ESOL classes from our Birmingham, Walsall and Wolverhampton offices for Asylum seekers and people who are unemployed/not working (economically inactive) which are FREE people to attend.
Ranging from conversational groups to Entry 3 classes, RMC run roll on roll of classes to support people develop and improve their English. We work closely with local Colleges and Adult Education Establishments to ensure that people attending our classes are fully aware of enrolment dates and the process to enroll onto accredited courses, as and when they are ready to progress.
Through our highly experienced volunteers, and by working in partnership with Wolverhampton University, RMC offers ESOL classes to Asylum seekers regardless of their time within the UK.
Our face to face classes take place in our Wolverhampton office each week.
To request a place on one of our courses, email Steven@rmcentre.org.uk or drop in to the second floor of our office
We also have a range of pre-recorded classes you can watch via our YouTube account
Classes for people who are unemployed / not working (economically inactive)
RMC run a range of none accredited courses that aim at supporting people to improve their English, build confidence and gain life skills to aid their integration. Available to anyone aged 18+ who is either registered unemployed or not working, we run classes from pre-entry to Entry 3 levels. Working again closely with local colleges and Adult Education, learners are supported and encouraged to progress to accredited courses as and when they feel confident to do so. For more information on how to register please contact email@example.com
Other useful websites for learning English
These websites focus on different areas of English, so students can use them to practise outside class. Access to all the sites is free, and students do not need to subscribe.
- Listening, Reading, Writing, Grammar, Vocabulary, Life in the UK at ESOLCourses.com
- Listening, Reading, Writing, Speaking, Grammar, Vocabulary, Business English at Learn English from the British Council
- Vocabulary and Grammar, Writing at Passport To English
- (High) Beginner – Intermediate – Advanced levels at EngVid.com