English for the Educational Workplace

Course Fact Sheet & Dates

Course Outline

The English for the Educational Workplace course is an intensive professional training course which equips participants to better manage day-to-day interactions requiring English language skills, with peers, students, managers and external stake-holders with more confidence, agility and accuracy as relevant to their roles. The course encompasses practical workshops, specific scenario practice and applied exercises to develop a range of communicative skills and improve language usage and functional vocabulary to deal with direct interactions.
Our specialist team of trainers employ a collaborative approach to course delivery, utilising pre-arrival questionnaires.

Who is it for?

Higher Education professionals working in an administrative role who need English to deal effectively with business partners and colleagues in a day-to-day capacity.

Course Content:

• Communication in the Modern Workplace
• Language Skills – Meetings and Reporting, Clarifying and Modification
• Language for Client Service
• Writing Techniques and Skills
• Interviewing and Mediation
• Heritage Tour and Job Shadowing in HEI Context

Minimum Level of English

B2 on the CEFR (Upper Intermediate)

Location of Course


Accommodation Options:

Host Family and Apartment/Residence

Course Schedule: