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English for Work and Business - Beginners

This course will help individuals to prepare for, and operate more effectively at work.
  • Multi-Day Course
  • Beginner
  • 2-6 learners per class
  • Video Chat Classes
  • English for Work and Business - Beginners
£240 Total per learner
  • £24 per class
  • Total 10 hours in class

Requirements

A PC or Tablet

Request for Course Dates and Booking

Do you have a special training requirement or unable to find any suitable training date? Please complete and submit the booking request form, if you want to:

  • book a course on different dates
  • book for a group of delegates
  • book corporate training
  • book a customised training
  • book a one-on-one training

The price person is less when you book a course for more people. You can find the price per person and the total cost by changing the values of the training hours and the number of people below:

Class Details

This course prepares someone to pass ‘Cambridge English: B1 Business Preliminary (BEC Preliminary)’ test or to get 40-59 score in BULATS test.

It will teach the basic skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking English at a more professional level, suitable for work. The main goal at this stage is for individuals to gain confidence with grammar and vocabulary.

Course Outline

Grammar and Vocabulary: elementary (CEFR: A2)

Vocabulary will be taught in the context of each topic, as appropriate:

  • Jobs and employment
  • Office equipment
  • Routines and free time
  • Making arrangements
  • Countries and continents
  • Transportation and travel
  • Eating out, food and drink

Introductions

  • Introducing yourself
  • Meeting and greetings
  • Getting to know colleagues

Everyday work actives

  • Work routines and daily tasks
  • Asking questions at work
  • Exchanging details

Choosing a job

  • Finding the right job
  • Writing a resumé (CV)
  • Skills and experience
  • Career history

Applying for a job/interviews

  • Reading job descriptions and applications
  • Cover letter vocabulary
  • Job interviews
  • Career development

Hobbies

  • Personal hobbies
  • Talking about your free time outside of work

Dates and times

  • Telling the time
  • Making appointments

Health and safety

  • Talking about health and safety at work

Rules and requests

  • Rules and regulations
  • Polite requests
  • Dealing with complaints
  • Apologies and explanations

Making travel arrangements

  • Travel and directions
  • Hotels and accommodation

Dining and hospitality

  • Restaurants
  • Offering and accepting hospitality

Informal/formal phone calls

  • Telephone language

Email

  • Making plans on email
  • Email language
  • Emailing a client

Tutors

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Simon Cockerham

Senior English Tutor in Grantham, UK

I was born in the UK but I have lived so much of my life in so many different countries I feel like my nationality is “The World”! I have a BA degr...
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Tania Marques

Experienced English Teacher in London

Native British English teacher who was born and raised in London. Not only did I study here for school and University, but I have worked, taught ...
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Hugh Gray

TEFL certified teacher in Cardiff, UK
Hi, I’m Hugh. I’m a TEFL certified teacher and hold a degree in Geography from the University of Exeter. I have classroom and online experience in tea...
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Gwilym Piette

English Language Teacher in the UK

I have been teaching English as a foreign language, online and face to face, for over 9 years. I have worked in different countries in Europe, Afri...
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