Spanish IT Managers – discuss data security in English with your counterparts from IBM in Ireland
French Financial Directors – discuss implementing fund-raising strategies in English with your counterparts from Permanent TSB Group in Dublin.
Programmes & Communication Challenges for language learners in different sectors like Real Estate, Finance and IT.
The Challenges are designed and delivered by working professional from Ireland, the UK or the USA and followed by English classes with our qualified, experienced teachers who specialize in vocabulary building, use of grammar, clear pronunciation and correction common errors.
The professional mentor offers much-needed insight, context, situational awareness and industry vocabulary that you can not expect from a General English teacher.
Practice – Introductions, Sales Pitches, Presentations, Meeting strategies, Negotiations
Ask WWYD (what would you do ..) type-questions and work on your Intercultural Awareness skills outside of the comfort zone of the standard ESL classroom.
Our teachers are experts in word choice, dependent prepositions, collocations, word transformation, syntax and general use of grammar.
The professional and the ESL teacher compare notes and follow the same program to help the student strengthen their Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking skills as well as improve the range of vocabulary, pronunication and general doubts and questions from both session formats.
These are all live synchronous sessions, not self-paced eLearning modules with videos and quizzes, and both the trainer and your mentor will provide pre- and post-session material to prepare in advance.
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