Updated 09.02.2021 - Due to classes being at full capacity, those interested in ESOL will be contacted, but may be placed on a waiting list of up to 1-2 weeks. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is ESOL?
ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) is a programme designed to improve English language skills in the community. By taking part in free ESOL classes in your area, you get to learn English in a friendly environment, meet new people, make friends and get help with local services.
ESOL classes take place across the borough and our ESOL Intelligence Unit in the Walsall for All team can help understand your needs and identify suitable classes for you. Please note: classes are taking place online or through alternative learning platforms during the coronavirus pandemic.
If you would like to find out more, please see below the details of local organisations that run classes in Walsall or get in touch.
In addition, we are also looking for community organisations and local businesses, who are interested in delivering ESOL classes to their service users, clients or employees. To find out more, please contact Harjinder Lal using the contact details further down or email email@example.com.
This page will be updated, so please check regularly for details of new classes.
Last updated: 21st January 2021
Get in touch
To enquire about ESOL classes, contact our ESOL Intelligence Unit below or email firstname.lastname@example.org:
Harjinder Lal (ESOL Coordinator) - Harjinder.Lal@walsall.gov.uk
Languages spoken: English, Hindi and Punjabi
Zishaan Mohammed (ESOL Project Officer) - Zishaan.Mohammed@walsall.gov.uk
Languages spoken: English
Natalia Balan (ESOL Project Officer) - Natalia.Balan@walsall.gov.uk
Languages spoken: English, Romanian and Russian