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Somerset Language Connect

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Somerset Language Connect is aimed at bringing together learners from minority ethnic communities across Somerset, who would like to improve their conversational English, with learning partners who aim to support them. The scheme is completely free of charge and is supported by theSomerset Coronavirus Response and Recovery Fund.

Download the Language Connect guidance HERE

When learning a language, meeting up with a fluent speaker is the ideal opportunity to practice language skills, learn new vocabulary, and become more confident. The Language Connect project does just that, pairing English learners with volunteers, with learning sessions taking place online via a video conferencing platform.

Download the Language Connect flyer HERE

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ESOL Muslim Women-Only English Classes

ESOL Muslim women only English classes

Somerset Diverse Communities is partnering with Somerset Skills and Learning to offer a series of ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) classes for Muslim women.

This is an opportunity to learn English in a Muslim women-only group via the video conferencing platform Zoom.

For more information contact out Community Enablers (contact details below).

For more info contact our Community Engagement Workers

Jusna Hussain

07946 461544

jusna@somersetrcc.org.uk

Michal Pużyński

07377 363165

michal@somersetrcc.org.uk

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BAME Labour Market Event

Thank you to all who attended our free webinar where we discussed the opportunities and challenges for black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities in the labour market.

If you missed the event, or would like to watch it again, see our YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/gsMW4fwOJ0w

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