Language Training

Courses for Non-Native Speakers

Business English

Develop employees who communicate clearly and appropriately. Reduce workplace errors and miscommunications, cultivate talent for greater communication roles, and increase team cohesion and effectiveness. These onsite workshops cover practical language and culture skills for workplace communication. See how American culture, including concepts of equality, time consciousness, task over relationship, individualism and a bottom-line attitude are reflected in workplace communication, both oral and written.

Workshops in:

  • How to Be a Persuasive Speaker
  • How to Tell a Great Story
  • Presentation Skills
  • English for Technical Professionals
  • Business Idioms
  • Business Writing
  • Grammar Review

Workplace ESL

These conversation classes help employees with limited English to improve their listening and speaking skills at work while developing job-specific vocabulary. Learners gain fluency and develop confidence discussing work processes, safety procedures, job responsibilities, task schedules and other workplace situations. Learners practice culturally appropriate language for making requests, stating opinions, delivering bad news, saying no, etc.

Courses for Native Speakers of English

  • Business Writing
  • Grammar Review
  • Presentation Skills
  • Communication Skills Coaching

Improve Your English
With Language Training

From courses to private coaching, we can help you speak and write with polished, professional English.

The course covered a wide range of particularly useful topics such as sentence stress, word stress, stress in compounds, linking, etc. The course instructor, Lauren Supraner, was always very friendly and encouraging. Her teaching methods are extremely efficient and effective. I can strongly recommend this course to those people who would like to improve both speaking and listening skills.

A. Z. Business English Teacher Ukraine

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