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In-Company Training

PHASES OF TRAINING ORGANISATION

PHASE I

  1. NEEDS ANALYSIS
  2. ESTABLISHING THE AIMS OFLANGUAE TRAINING
  3. ASSESSING ENTRY LANGUAGE COMPETENCE
  4. The initial language competence assessment of the students who are to take the course is a crucial reference point according to which we establish a detailed course curriculum. We use PLACEMENT TESTS and INTERVIEWS which are to verify the students speaking skills. The school methodologist or course instructor conducts interviews.

  5. DESIGNING COURSE CURRICULUM ACCORDING TO THE CLIENT’S REQUIREMENTS
  6. SELECTING COURSE MATERIALS
  7. ESTABLISHING THE TOOLS OF ASSESSMENT AND ASSESSMENT FREQUENCY
  8. AGREEING ON THE FREQUENCY OF REPORTING
  9. SELECTING COURSE INSTRUCTORS
  10. PRESENTING COURSE INSTRUCTORS TO THE CLIENT
  11. TRIAL LESSONS

PHASE II

  1. REALISE THE TRAINING ALONG THE GUIDELINES AND ACCORDING TO THE SET GOALS
  2. IMPLEMENTATION OF QUALITY CONTROL PROCEDURES
  3. -class observation: school methodologist observes classes on regular basis. The aim here is to provide guidance and support to the teacher.
    - analyzing received feedback from students
    - conducting surveys conducted among the students verifying their satisfaction
    - reports on students’ attendance

  4. APPLYING PROGRESS ASSESSMENT PROCEDURES
  5. - monthly teachers’ reports
    - regular progress tests
    - external written and oral exams

    PHASE III

  1. SUMMARY OF THE RESULTS OF THE TRAINING
    At the end of term course instructors prepare a detailed account of the students’ progress included in a semester report. It accounts to a summary of goal reaching and suggestions as to further language instruction.

TYPES OF COURSES

  • telephoning skills
  • receiving visitors
  • business trips
  • negotiating
  • presentations
  • book keeping and accounting
  • insurance
  • motor industry
  • plant protection
  • legal language
  • technical language
  • marketing and advertising
  • medicine and pharmaceutical industry
  • industrial chemistry
  • banking and finance
  • sales
  • tourist and hotel industry
  • recruitment and employment
  • commercial correspondence
  • food industry

GENERAL LANGUAGE TRAINING

General language training develops all four macro sills: speaking, writing, listening comprehension and reading. They aim at developing communication skills in everyday and professional situations, develop vocabulary range and grasp of grammar structures.

COURSES WITH ELEMENTS OF LSP

Courses with elements of Language for Special Purposes are developed according to the Clients’ requirements and they combine studying general language with elements of specialist vocabulary and expressions. We select a course book which matches the field within which the Client operates and we develop the details of a curriculum on the basis of it. In that way a general language course may be supplemented by the following topics and skills.

SPECIALIST COURSES

We develop the course curricula basing on a wide variety of teaching materials and focus solely on the field specific for the needs of the Clients. We also organize intensive weekend training sessions. So far the most popular themes among our Clients were the following:

  • book keeping and accounting

  • insurance
  • motor industry
  • plant protection
  • legal language
  • technical language
  • marketing and advertising
  • medicine and pharmaceutical industry
  • industrial chemistry
  • banking and finance
  • sales
  • tourist and hotel industry
  • recruitment and employment
  • commercial correspondence
  • food industry