Customized programs are available to specific groups of individuals from non-English-speaking countries who wish to improve their English skills for personal, academic, or professional reasons. They can be tailored to the precise needs of a particular group of participants, allowing for a laser-focused learning experience. Below are some examples:
Nowadays, teaching in English is becoming more of a requirement in many non-native English-speaking institutions of higher learning. Professional Development for University Professors helps non-native English-speaking professors learn how to teach using academic English, encourage and manage a participative university classroom environment, as well as provide constructive feedback in English.
Educational departments of many countries are now preferring (or even requiring) that their Elementary and High School teachers have experience teaching in English. As a result, Professional Development for Primary and Secondary School Teachers has been developed to expose non-native English-speaking participants to using vocabulary and expressions specific to teaching in an English-speaking Elementary or High School environment, as well as managing an interactive, American-style classroom.
Academic administrators in today’s university environments often find themselves interacting with colleagues who do not share their own native language. Business English for Managers and Administrators improves non-native English-speaking participants’ ability to comfortably and professionally communicate with international colleagues both in speaking (presentations, small-talk, constructive feedback), and in writing (business letters, emails, references).
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