About the project
The E3 project is a free pre-ESOL course designed to help people gain confidence living in London and is funded by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government. For all the information, visit the e3 website.
The aims of E3
The project aims to teach English to those who have low-level language skills, and offers learners the opportunity to take part in an optional further opportunity to practice their English following completion of the course: gardening, volunteering work, or working on a market stall.
The main aim of the course is to raise people’s confidence, reduce isolation and allow people to make new friends and connections in their area. Thus encouraging them to start gaining skills that will allow them to enter the workforce.
Additionally, learners will receive £25 in ASDA vouchers for completing the course (£10 in the first session and £15 in the final session).
The course content covers basic functional English, such as going to the doctor, speaking to your child’s teacher or speaking to a landlord, and can be adapted to suit learners’ needs. Learners will get a certificate at the end of the course, but it’s not a qualification.
The course also includes free registration with an e-learning module, which learners can access from home or on their smartphones. Our course is mobile, meaning that we could come to your venue or another venue of your choosing but we are also able to host classes at our office on Holloway Road. Therefore, we can host classes at your venue or a venue of your choosing (we have a small budget for venue hire).
Each course consists of four 1.5-hour weekly lessons which can be arranged for any day or time (including weekends) which most suits the learners.
Want to get involved?
To find out how you or your organisation can get involved, please contact Amy at the EOU at 0207 697 4102 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Aged 18 or over
- Have right to remain
- 12+ months in the UK
- Not in receipt of Jobseekers Allowance (JSA) or on the work scheme
The E3 project is run by a number of partner organisations including the EOU.