Course Profile: Group course
Reflecting real world and workplace multi-level communication scenarios, learn how to communicate effectively across cultures and differing levels of English.
Please note this is a multi-level course for B1 to C1 participants.
What to expect:
- Practise your conversation and communication skills, including; turn-taking, interaction patterns, listening habits, and small talk
- Carry out discussion, problem-solving, and presentation tasks around workplace topics and scenarios
- Learn about cross-cultural theory and how your cultural characteristics are different from those of other nationalities and how this affects communication
- Discuss customs and traditions in a workplace context and what we can learn from cultural stereotypes
- Fine tune your listening skills using a variety of authentic listening resources
- Receive corrective feedback on your English language skills to help improve your fluency and accuracy
Intermediate B1 — Advanced C1
- Maximum 5 students per group
- Multi-level B1 - C1
- 20 hours group (+5 or + 10 hours 1-to-1, optional)
- Course available for 1 to 4 weeks
- Average age range of group 30 - 55+
- Minimum age 30
Prices: Group course
|Start any Monday||Price (GBP) per week||+ 5 hours 1-to-1||+ 10 hours 1-to-1|
|Course available for 1 to 4 weeks||£475 (20 hours group only)||£695 (25 hours: 20 + 5)||£905 (30 hours: 20 + 10)|
Course available for 1 to 4 weeks
Price (GBP) per week: £475 (20 hours group only)
+ 5 hours 1-to-1: £695 (25 hours: 20 + 5)
+ 10 hours 1-to-1: £905 (30 hours: 20 + 10)
- All teaching
- Tea/Coffee at break
- Use of self-study material
- Attendance Certificate
- Personal language report
How to give negative feedback without upsetting your British colleagues
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Why is it important to learn Business English?
The spread of English as the language of international business has made it more important than ever for people working with colleagues, clients and partners from other countries to understand each other, so that they can form effective and productive working relationships.