How to enrol for English classes for HPC workers, families and HPC chain workers/families

To join English classes in Sedgemoor and West Somerset that will help you build confidence with everyday situations and improve your conversational English.

We are gathering contact details of prospective attendees if you are interested in registering please provide your contact details and relationship to Hinkley Point C (HPC) construction. This means if you are family member , worker of HPC or chain worker of HPC you are entitled to free lessons. Also if you came to fill jobs for workers who left job for HPC project you are eligible too. To book your place please e-mail to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Classes will start in January 2019 and will go through the year. Classes will be based in Bridgwater and West Somerset. Depends of the needs of our learners. Details of classes will appear in November 2018. Please contact us in advance.

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