LRN Level 1 Certificate In ESOL International (CEF C2)
LRN Level 3 Certificate in ESOL International (CEF C2) is a single unit qualification. Learners are assessed in all four English language skills of reading, listening, writing, and speaking.
LRN ESOL International qualifications are designed for the learners who are not native speakers of English and who wish to improve their knowledge skills and ability to speak English. Learners may wish to achieve a globally recognized high-quality qualification in English and cover the whole range of qualifications to the highest level (NQF level 3/ CEF C2).
WHO IS IT FOR
LRN Level 3 Certificate in ESOL International (CEF C2) is designed for “non-native English” speakers who want to improve their English language skills at CERF level C2. The learners will need to demonstrate that they can summarise information from different spoken and written sources, reconstructing arguments, and accounts in a coherent presentation.
There are no entry requirements for learners upon taking ESOL C2 qualifications. Dequals recommends that the learners are well prepared before taking the test.
LRN Level 3 Certificate in ESOL International (CEF C2) has the following progression opportunities to the learner.
- Key skills or functional skills qualifications
- Vocational qualifications
- Access to higher education
HOW DO I STUDY AND HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE
Qualification LRN ESOL C2
|Guided learning hours GLH):||250 hours|
|Self-study (SS):||70 hours|
|Formative Assessment:||3 hours and 21 min||TAT*:|
|Summative Assessment:||2 hours and 53 min.||7 hours|
|Total Qualification Time (TQT)**:||327 hours|
The above timescale is indicative and each candidate can work at their own pace to complete the LRN ESOL C2 Certificate in the English Language
*Total Assessment Time (TAT)= Formative Assessment + Summative Assessment
LRN Level 2 Certificate in ESOL International (CEF C2) is a four language skills qualification which assesses four skills of the English language.
The following four skills are:
LRN Grading results are reported as Fail, Pass, Merit, and Distinction