Executive English courses for adults. These group classes targetted at professionals to train language skills which can be applied directly on the job.
Comments: Focus on business vocabulary, presentations, interview skills and more.
Student goals and interests are considered in lesson preparation.
Comments: Students must have a minimum of ILAC Level 10 to be eligible for this course.
Students tested at Level 10 begin in the Introduction to Business course (12 weeks). Students tested at Level 12 study in the Advanced Business course (12 weeks).
Topics include handling telephone calls, negotiating, networking, managing meetings, interviewing, and socializing in a business environment; as well as the ability to write effective business memos, letters, e-mails, informal and formal reports and presentation materials. Students develop all the skills necessary to pass the Cambridge Business English Examination (BEC).
Comments: Period 1-4 (Mon-Fri): English Foundation Program - 1 lesson of grammar and 3 lessons of oral communication. Period 5-7 ( Mon-Thu): Business English Workshops - effective resume writing, presentation, interview skills, telephone English, marketing, etc...
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