Our Driving Theory for Employment course has been extremely popular and we have been overwhelmed by the interest in it. However, it has quickly became apparent was the level of English needed to pass the driving theory test is high and some of the terminology used can be difficult to understand even if you are a native English speaker. This has led to additional barriers for some of our learners where English is a Second Language.
So we have worked in partnership with the Al-Ghazali Centre to develop a Driving Theory with ESOL course to help overcome these hurdles. If you know anyone who is interested in taking their driving theory test but could do with some additional English support, get in touch.