Supporting low-paid workers with an ESOL need to progress in work


This document aims to help organisations working with low-paid workers who have an ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) need. This includes ESOL providers or voluntary sector organisations of all sizes, working in all contexts to develop and deliver provision that effectively supports low-paid workers to progress in work.

This guide outlines top tips for how to:

  1. Engage participants and conduct initial assessment
  2. Form partnerships with employers (engagement and delivery)
  3. Deliver ESOL for people in work
  4. Deliver support to those with an ESOL need to progress in work
  5. Evaluate provision and support model and capture impact