Event Details
18 Apr
2022

English for Educators: advance your career (level II)

Croatia
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This course is ideal for all educators, adult educators, trainers & coaches) who want to improve their level of spoken and written English. It is designed to provide the participants with speaking, reading and writing practice for both academic and professional purposes and to improve their overall proficiency in English language in a dynamic and communicative way, through individual, pair and group work. It focuses on enabling the participants to speak and write accurately and fluently about various (general and business) topics and use appropriate language in both informal and formal settings. The course will place emphasis on strategies for effective speaking and writing and the use of these strategies to improve the participants’ analytical, as well as presentation skills. It will empower them to use a range of different ways to express and connect their ideas.

Upon completion participants will gain the knowledge of lexical and grammatical structures that will improve their academic and business communication. They should be able to demonstrate improved proficiency and built confidence in order to effectively participate in activities appropriate to academic and professional settings, which include making and delivering presentations, as well as participating in business meetings and other corporate events.

This course, although structured, is designed to be flexible and can be adapted to suit the specific needs of the participants.

Important note: ‘English for Educators (Level II): advance your career/business communication’ course is for teachers/educators who have an upper-intermediate to advanced (B2-C1) level of English, according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

Event Details
Status
As planned
Organiser type
Other event
Organiser name
ShipCon Limassol Ltd
Registration URL
Contact details
info@shipcon.eu.com
Aims and objectives
• Improve communication skills in English
• Gain better understanding of English language and increase vocabulary and fluency
• Enhance self-confidence in spoken, as well as written English in both educational and business settings
• Seize opportunities for cooperation with peers at an international level
Expected (learning) outcomes
*Improve oral fluency in English including phrasing, intonation and rhythm
*Speak English more articulately
*Be capable to participate in business meetings where English is the official language
*Gain self-confidence in speaking in formal settings where English is the working language.
*Lead/manage effectively multi national working environments
*Present working papers & presentations in seminars, conferences & symposia
Recognition / certification of participation
*Certificate of attendance & certificate of competence (skills & competences required – Europass CV)
*Europass mobility certificates – to be issued by the applicant’s National Authority (NA)
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