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*Free English courses for Refugees and Asylum Seekers

*Please contact us to find out if you qualify for free classes

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Studying at Open Doors, learners can work towards ESOL, Functional Skills and Personal Progression qualifications.

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ODILS provides a unique environment where teachers and trainees alike work together to help learners from over 46 nationalities to live effectively in the community.

We have a range of additional courses on offer. Please click for more details.

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Find out what we do here at Open Doors International Language School, who we work with, what our students and staff say, and what we are most proud of.

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Learn to Teach English as a Foreign Language:

If you are looking for a career change or you are already a teacher within your field, this course is perfect for you.
A strong outreach tool into your growing community.

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At ODILS we work with a number of partners and awarding bodies, both locally and nationally.

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We love sharing our students' work! Our next series is some collaborative creative writing done by Sarah Q's Level 1 class.

This morning I was sitting on a train on my way to work. It was cold and I was so tired. I started falling asleep. I was dreaming about what I had had for breakfast, when suddenly, I heard something. I woke up and noticed the dream had stopped.
And I got out of the train and I had no idea where I am, I did look at my watch and was 12 o'clock and it's so dark! Oh no! I was in London and everybody was going somewhere but I have nowhere to go and I sat down in the train station and people thought I was homeless they gave me some change and I put that money in my pocket.
From that day I started begging and my life is lovely. I have made a lot of money from begging. I am the beggar and I am proud of myself. I had bought a nice car and I got married.
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