Comments: Full-Time course 20 + 10 lessons per week of Business English.
Topics include participating in business meetings, presentations, interviews, telephone calls and writing business letters. Real-world business case studies and role-playing activities are a central component of the course.
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Comments: Topics include: entrepreneurs, business law, sales and advertising, management, job interview skills, presentation practice, business writing and more.
Events in TorontoBest time to take a language course in Toronto
01 Jun. 2017 - 30 Sep. 2017Every weekend in summertime there is something happening at Toronto's Harbourfront Centre. Come celebrate the city's immense diversity through music, cultural events and food.
07 Jul. 2017 - 30 Jul. 2017Every July, the Beaches neighbourhood fills with the sounds of jazz as local and international artists take to several outdoor stages. There are also art exhibits, a street fest, workshops, a fun run and even a gourmet food truck extravaganza with live music in Woodbine Park.
03 Aug. 2017 - 07 Aug. 2017The Toronto Caribbean Carnival has been taking place in August every year since 1967 under the name Caribana. It is in the style of carnivals from Trinidad and Tobago and the traditional Parade of Bands is the main event of the festival drawing huge crowds along the parade route.
07 Sep. 2017 - 17 Sep. 2017Screening close to 400 films from over 70 countries, this festival, open to the public, is among the largest of its kind worldwide. The festival does not have a jury, its main prize is the People's Choice Award. There are also awards for Best Canadian Film & Best First Canadian Film.
30 Sep. 2017 - 01 Oct. 2017Part of a worldwide network, the Nuit Blanche in Toronto is held on one October night every year, from sunset to sunrise. For those hours, the city is transformed by contemporary art: installation pieces, art exhibits, performance art, talks, light paintings and more.
Nov. 2017A Torontonian Christmas tradition for over 100 years, the parade travels through the city streets with floats, bands and of course, on the last float of the parade, Santa Claus. Held on the third Sunday in November.