|Title of the project/ Program
|Cardiff, Wales, UK
|Welsh Refugee Council
|Scope of target group/Group size
|Eight classes a week that are accessed by around 100 service users a week.
|Successful work in the partnership with the University of South Wales. Students in their final year of studying TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) as part of their assessed teaching practicum deliver ESOL classes to refugees and asylum seekers.
|Why is this project considered good practice?
|The sessions are an important learning opportunity, for both the student teachers and the learners.
ESOL classes has been awarded Inspire Award for Community Project of the Year 2016.
|To improve access to free quality English classes for refugees and asylum seekers in the area
|ESOL classes for the refugees and asylum seekers
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