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First Minister of Wales Presents Certificates At ESOL Awards Ceremony

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The charitable organisation NAID “Nationwide Association for Integrated Development” run various training classes every weekend at their centre. The ESOL (English for speakers of other languages) course is important to the community, to demonstrate knowledge of life in the United Kingdom, as well as improving speaking, listening and writing skills for everyday life. The students can attend classes all over South Wales.

The ESOL language course was delivered within citizenship context and uses learning materials derived from the “Citizenship Materials for ESOL learners” pack produced for the Home Office by NIACE and LLU.


The award ceremony was initiated by a welcome speech and the meeting was then conducted by Ahmeda Ali. The programme started with a short documentary film showing NAID’s activities in the UK and Bangladesh.

The First Minister of Wales, Carwyn Jones, congratulated 17 adult learners and presented them with their ESOL certificate of achievement towards the Trinity College London and a Certificate in ESOL Skills for Life (all modes) qualification Entry Level 1
courses provided by the NAID institution. Dilwar Ali then presented the crest to the First Minister and other guests.

Chief Guest, First Minister of Wales, Carwyn Jones said:
“Poor communications can be one of the biggest barriers for new arrivals to our country. Competency in English, or Welsh, is known to help secure employment, improve the quality of daily life and contribute to social inclusion, integration and active citizenship."

If Wales is to thrive both socially and economically, and be successful in an international economy, it is important that Wales gives migrants the opportunity to develop skills to contribute fully to society. I am particularly pleased to see the contribution NAID is making and I would like to congratulate all involved on their hard work and achievements.”

Ana Miah, Deputy Executive of NAID said:
“NAID has been helping vulnerable people both in the UK and Bangladesh. We in our Islamic and other community values feel that it is our moral duty to help lesser advantaged people within our community, Education is a key fixture in this journey.”

Julian Phillips said:
“NAID is not a mere charity. Integrated Development is about empowerment. NAID raises money in the UK to help underprivileged people to help themselves. ”

Sophie Howe said:
“The excellent work that NAID does has meant that so many people have been successful in achieving their ESOL certificates today. It is a community based organisation which is making a real difference in the ethnic minority communities in Cardiff. ”

Chris Roberts said:
“I have great admiration for students of English, it is a very difficult language and you can all be very proud of yourselves on achieving these certificates.”

Syed Juned Iqbal said to the ESOL candidates:
“Once you all have leave to remain, I encourage you to use your voting rights, and to register with your local authority.”

Syed Shafiqul Haque said:

“It is a great achievement for candidates who have passed and gained ESOL certificates and also a greater honour to hear from Sophie Howe and other speakers that Cardiff will have the 3rd Shahid Minar Monument proposed by Dilwar Ali which will be built in Clare Gardens, Cardiff. As the land was given free of charge by Cardiff County Council, now on behalf of the community we are requesting the Welsh Assembly Government to help us fund this project.” 

Abdul Mazid said:
“I have been supporting NAID since it was established, and will continue to do so.”

Dilwar Ali, Secretary of NAID and Course Coordinator added:
NAID provides classes and training based on the needs of the community. It is a registered examination centre for Trinity College London, EDI (Education Development International), and RSPH (Royal Society for Public Health). NAID is providing a great opportunity for learners to learn more about being a part of the community.”

Anwar Ali, Chief Executive of NAID finally added:
“It is a great honour that The First Minister, Carwyn Jones AM attended the ESOL award ceremony and joined other special guests in presenting the certificates to candidates.I would like to honour all candidates on their success and also thank the community activists and news media. Special thanks to Chris Roberts, Sophie Howe and Julian Phillips who recently visited Bangladesh to support NAID activities. NAID will keep on to working together for the benefit of all communities nationally and internationally.

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