Follow the instructions on this page to make a booking for your Trinity Secure English Language Test.
The test you need to take will depend on the type of visa application you plan to make. You may need one to be able to get either a family visa, work visa, or study visa to be able to live in the UK. You can check which test you need here.
You need your identification – this must be the same document that you will bring with you to your exam and it cannot be a photocopy. Have your document ready when you start your booking so you can add your personal details.
Acceptable identification includes: Passport, Identity Card EEA, UK Biometric Permit or Card, Convention Travel Document or a Stateless Person’s Travel Document.
Choose your exam, the location, the date and the time when you’d like to take your test.
Fill in your personal details and the information from your chosen ID.
Click 'Yes' for the following question:
Has an organization (a school, charity, advisor or agent) helped you with your test booking?
Enter this information in the form:
Name of Organisation: SVP Deaf Centre
Postcode: NE4 6EE
Do you want a copy of your booking information and results sent to this organisation?
Click Yes or No
If you answered yes to step 5, enter this email address:
Click Continue and Review your booking information. Make sure all of your personal details are correct.
Make your payment to finish your booking.
Following your booking, you'll receive an email confirmation asking you to double-check that all of the details are correct. You'll then receive another email confirming your exam date, time, and location.
Trinity’s Community Referral Scheme supports community groups and charities working with newly arrived and settled migrants who need to integrate into UK society, and who wish to make the UK their permanent home.
In using the booking instructions on this page, you are enabling Trinity to make a financial contribution back to organizations that offer day-to-day support, advice and regular ESOL lessons to help learners improve their English and access further education and employment.
St Vincent’s Newcastle is a Community Support Project which offers a range of services – emergency food parcels, clothing, household items as well as running Vinnies drop-in every Tuesday with a free 3 course lunch open to all. The Centre is home to the Justice & Peace Refugee project, and runs ESOL classes, as well as a range of free well-being activities.
SVP Deaf Centre Newcastle provides a safe and welcoming space for deaf and hearing communities. The centre offers welfare, health, and well-being advice in British Sign Language (BSL), runs a weekly Deaf Club and D/Cafe, a DC Family Hub holiday club for children, and a monthly mass service in BSL. SVP Deaf Centre Newcastle is home to New Writing North who deliver ESOL classes, and is also Trinity’s Secure English Language Test Centre for the local area.