English as a Second Language Program (ESL)
The English as a Second Language Program (ESL) assists immigrants with limited English proficiency in acquiring the basic skills necessary to navigate governmental, educational, workplace, banking, healthcare, and other key American institutions.
The ESL classes are designed to teach the English language to students whose native tongue is not English. The program includes conversational and survival skills, writing, and phonics.
Adults of all nationalities are welcome to attend the ESL classes. Students taking the ESL classes must be 16 years or older and speak a language other than English as their native tongue.
ESL sites are located in various counties in the West Georgia Technical College service area.
ESL — English as a Second Language Program
- *Beginning—Learn to speak English
- *Intermediate—Improve speaking, writing, and reading skills
- *Advanced—Improve pronunciation and usage skills
EL/Civics—Prepare for life in America and for the INS nationalization application process and interview.
Call Dianne McConnell at 706.756.4587 or Libby Spicer at 678.664.0508 for more information.