Update regarding ESB assessments for ESOL Skills for Life and Speech Qualifications

ESB launches new online Speech Resource for teachers!

ESB is delighted to announce the launch of its new online speech resource, now available to centres!

Steadfast in its determination to continue to offer maximum support to its centres during these challenging times, ESB has been busy behind the scenes working on brand new resources to assist its centres and teachers to successfully embed Oracy skills and knowledge into classroom practice.

This library of resources will support centres to effectively deliver ESB Level 2 Certificate in Speech (Grade 4) Pathways Qualifications and includes:

  • Lesson plans
  • Schemes of Work
  • Video Guides from ESB’s Senior Assessor
  • Activity templates
  • Teacher guidance

If you are an approved ESB Speech centre, you will have received an email explaining how you can access the resources. If you have not received this, please do contact our Product Development Team to request the access details.

Speech for Employability Resources

Embedding Oracy into classroom practice and curriculum is something ESB is passionate about.

Senior Manager Educational Delivery, Ben Jackson, says: “We are constantly looking at ways to improve our teachers, tutors and learners experience. It’s important to us that they get the maximum benefit from ESB with their learners developing valuable oracy skills in an encouraging environment to aid their personal growth and confidence.”

ESB is always open to centre feedback which is carefully considered by its CEO and Senior Assessors, so, please feel free to provide us with some early feedback about our new resources by emailing product@esbuk.org.

If you have any questions or issues accessing the resources, again, please email product@esbuk.org.

At ESB, we believe oracy to be at the heart of the learning experience and our qualifications build confidence in learners, which is key to unlocking learners’ potential and raising achievement, boosting progression and employability.

Back

Recent News