English One showcases one of its popular Professional English Courses: IT English. Learn more about this course and how it can help you in your career as an IT professional.
The Information Technology course is designed to offer you a comprehensive and up-to-date English course which will provide you with the necessary language and skills that you will need to understand and work in the world of computers and technology. The course is built upon a strong foundation of terminology which is combined with vocabulary and grammar practice so that you will have the tools to use English in all areas of the Information Communications Technology field.
The IT English course is highly flexible and adaptable. Each week focuses on a different topic. However, the course can be adapted to suit your specific needs or time-frame.
DAYS: Monday – Friday
TIMES: 9:00 – 15:00
MINIMUM LENGTH: 1 week
MINIMUM LEVEL: B1
The aim of the Information Technology English course is to develop the professional English language skills you will need to work and study in a technological environment.
This course has been designed for international students of computer science or students needing technical English to complete their studies at universities and technical colleges.
The course aims to help you develop a wide variety of relevant subject-specific language skills and to acquire knowledge of computers and IT expertise in English.
The course is also ideal for professionals working in an IT industry where English has become the required language. The course will help professionals who use computers in areas such as: technical support, computer engineering, software design, web design, desktop publishing, computer security, network administration, and blog writing and administration.
- Computer essentials
- Describing your ideal system
- Technical specifications
- The digital age
TOPIC 2: Storage Devices
- Optical storage
- Flash memory
- Discussing how to protect data
- Technical details of magnetic storage
- Program design & computer languages
- Steps in programming
- The history of Java
- IT professions, professional skills & qualities
- Virtual meetings
- Internet security
- Internet & email features
- Computer graphics
- Web page design
- Components & system requirements
- Discussing applications of multimedia
- Communication systems
- VoIP technology
- RFID tags
- Game genres & game platforms
The Language of Computers
All lessons will provide you with the following:
- Complete technical vocabulary with up-to-date terms and common phrases.
- Grammar structures to improve your communication.
- Pronunciation focus for a better accent.