Included in this course:
- 10 weeks of 2 hours
- Placement test if needed
- Language Exchange Programme
- Advice on future study in the UK and English exams
- Fun and varied social programme (entry fees to activities are extra)
- Internet and email access + Wi-Fi
English for Work Courses | EveningILA funding is available for this course. Our part-time evening Business English courses are ideal for anyone either already in work or hoping to find work. They are designed to help you practice and improve skills which will be important to you in any workplace where the first language is English. You will work on your speaking skills, e.g. introductions and small talk, telling stories and giving explanations, all using natural language. You will also practise using the telephone to exchange important and specific information with accuracy and confidence. You will have the chance to deliver a presentation in English and receive feedback from your teacher and classmates. Writing classes will focus on formal letters and email, in particular sentence structure and commonly used language. You will also look at how to structure and write a CV in clear and effective language. Our small class sizes allow students to negotiate the course content with the teacher and priories their requirements. Students have the chance to practice their language and work closely with the teacher in order to ensure maximum progress. While you are on the course, additional free services include getting help with your CV and advice on how and where to apply for a job.
Advanced: Wednesdays, 6.30 - 8.30pm
|Lessons||2 hours per week|
|Course dates||w/c 2nd May – 7th July 2017 OR
w/c 11th September - 17th November
Please contact us for more information. firstname.lastname@example.org
|Course length||10 weeks|
|Max class size||In busy times, the maximum class size is 14 but is usually 12|
|Levels||Advanced (C1, IELTS 6.0 and above)|
|Minimum number*||4 students|
|Use of Textbook||All students receive a textbook free of charge at the beginning of the course which they have to return to the school when they leave.|
|Non-teaching days in 2016/2017||2016
Christmas: Wednesday 21 December – Tuesday 3 January 2017 (School closes on 21st December and reopens on 4th January)
New Year: School reopens on 4th January 2017
Easter: Friday 14 April and Monday 17th April
Monday 1 May
Monday 29 May
Monday 25 September
Christmas: 23 December – 7 January 2018 (School closes on 23rd December and reopens on 8th January)
*Please note, the school requires sufficient student numbers to start a class, so some classes may be subject to cancellation. The minimum number of group class size is 4 students. If a class does not have 4 students by the second week of the term, then students will be given options to enable them to continue studying. This may be converting the tuition fees to semi-private lessons or adding their name to a waiting list until the minimum number is reached.
Please read the Live Language Terms and Conditions before booking your course.
We also know that studying a language can be difficult and challenging and so we have a range of Support Services to help you progress as quickly as possible and make the most of your time with us. Try our Language Exchange Programme or get additional help from our Academic Support Tutor. We even arrange voluntary work with charities – all to help you improve your English.
|Price per course (£)||150|
ILA Funding available. For more information on ILA, please click here.
Add on to your course:
- English Club (http://live-language.com/english-club/)
- Skype lessons (http://live-language.com/skype-lessons/)
- One-to-One meetings with our Academic Support Tutor (FREE)
- Globaliveation (Language Exchange, volunteering, monthly lectures) (FREE)
- Fun and varied Social Programme (free museum visits and tennis, entry fees to other activities are extra)