English One showcases one of its popular Professional English Courses: Business English. Learn more about this course and how it can help you in your career as a business professional.
The Business English course focuses on the communicative skills needed in the workplace as well as the language and skills required to be successful in meetings, giving presentations, conducting negotiations and networking. Your confidence and vocabulary will be developed through our interactive classes with intelligent insights and positive feedback.
The Business English course is highly flexible and adaptable. Each week focuses on a different core module. However, the course can be adapted to suit your specific needs or time-frame.
DAYS: Monday – Friday
TIMES: 9:00 – 15:00
icon-refresh MINIMUM LENGTH: 1 week
MINIMUM LEVEL: B1
The most important aspect of business is a sense of purpose – language is used to achieve an end: the successful outcome of a business transaction or event. This course aims to provide you with the essential language to help you succeed in whatever business environment you work in.
International businesspeople need to make contact with others whom they have never met before, or know only slightly. Meetings are short because businesspeople are always pressed for time. This course addresses the need for an internationally accepted way of doing things so that people from different cultures, speaking different languages can quickly feel more comfortable with one another.
Clear communication is vital for success. Information has to be conveyed with a minimum risk of misunderstanding, and the time for processing information needs to be short. So the Business English course will equip you with the knowledge and skills to ensure that you are always on top of things.
- Business Travel
- Guests and Visitors
- Cultural Diversity and Awareness
- Business Ethics and Etiquette
MODULE 2: People, Companies & Working Life
- Business Sectors
- Describing Work and Responsibilities
- Departments and Job Roles
- Working Practices
- Expectations and Customer Satisfaction
- Exchanging Information
- Managing Customer Feedback
- Problem Solving
- Product Description and Features
- Market Research and Strategy
- Selling Products and Services
- Meetings and Presentations
- Report Writing
- Types of Negotiations
- Bargaining and Making Concessions
- Dealing with Conflict
The Language of Business
All lessons will provide you with the following:
- Complete business vocabulary with up-to-date terms and common phrases.
- Grammar structures to improve your communication.
- Pronunciation focus for a better accent.