Designed for blended learning, the online English course combines self-paced digital learning with tutor tools. It gives learners and tutors the flexibility to fit learning around home or work commitments. Journey 2 English is aligned to the Independent User level of the CEFR.
In addition to supporting Functional Skills qualifications, every learner that completes Journey 2 English, gains certification from City & Guilds and a digital credential that makes their English skills visible online.
Charlie Evans, Digital Product Manager at City & Guilds, said: “We have partnered with Klik2Learn to offer Journey 2 English, a digital course for intermediate learners of English. It is aligned to City & Guilds ESOL Skills for Life (4692) qualification and is available through our SmartScreen platform at a per-learner licencing model.”
Learn about accessing Journey 2 English via SmartScreen.
Ann Attridge, CEO of Klik2learn, said: “It’s important that learners studying Functional Skills as part of their apprentice programme continue to develop their English skills when visiting a physical classroom isn’t possible.
Journey 2 English helps learners to improve their English with a specific focus on living and working in the UK. It supports them to develop and demonstrate English skills required for real-life work situations whether that’s going for an interview or filling in forms.“
For a limited time, Journey 2 English is available free to support teachers and learners managing remote delivery via the Digital Learning Hub. Learn more about the Digital Learning Hub.
Klik2learn works with educational providers, employers and awarding bodies to provide accredited online English courses that help close the employment gap. Klik2learn – The new way to learn English.
About City & Guilds
City & Guilds is the biggest name in UK vocational education, with 2 million learners working towards one of their qualifications every year. City & Guilds has been offering qualifications in maths, English and ICT for close to 50 years with the aim of helping young people and adults to succeed in all that they choose to do in work and life.
About Functional Skills
Functional skills are a mandatory part of apprenticeship programmes in England. Functional skills include spelling, punctuation, grammar, times tables and working with and without a calculator. Functional Skills often contextualise maths and English which helps learners apply these skills in real life work settings. Functional Skills Level 2 qualifications are at the same level as a grade 4 or C and above at GCSE.
Watch Journey 2 English Video
Watch the video below for an introduction to Journey 2 English.