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FRF Celebrates Achievements of Students at LMC

Thursday, 05 February 2015

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Following the successful completion of two ESOL intakes at the London Muslim Centre (LMC) in Whitechapel, East London, the Faith Regen Foundation (FRF) held a graduation ceremony on 5 February 2015 to celebrate the achievements and efforts of its students. The event included speeches, presentations and performances by the students themselves and was attended by FRF CEO Dr Nujhat Jahan and Home Office representative Hierlei Edwards.

Funded by the European Integration Fund, to date, FRF's U R Britain Project has helped over 100 non-British beneficiaries in Tower Hamlets, Brent and Hounslow achieve certificates in ESOL Entry Levels 1-3. The course also offers Employability and Cultural Diversity workshops in order to provide a holistic experience that aims to help third-country nationals integrate better in British society.

"Since joining the UR Britain course, I finally have the confidence to speak in English, and even speak to you all today," said Tanjina Alifa, a student hailing from Bangladesh. "This course has really helped me, not just by improving my English but by giving me the chance to make friends and learn how to conduct my day to day life. I thank the Faith Regen Foundation for this opportunity and I hope more courses like this become available to help us continue to learn and grow."

The U R Britain Project is due to conclude in June 2015. There are currently limited spaces for upcoming courses in Whitechapel, Harrow and Brent. Please call 020 7650 3043 or 020 7165 8342 for more information or to register your interest.