Presential classes or via Skype
To understand and use familiar everyday expressions and very basic vocabulary, aimed at meeting the student’s preliminary needs. To be able to interact effectively, in a simple manner.
To understand sentences and frequently used expressions related to areas of relevance, such as basic personal and family information, local geography and employment.
To understand the main concepts of complex subjects involving frequently used expressions and abstract topics, including technical discussions within their field of expertise. To produce clear, detailed written and oral explanations on a wide range of subjects, including explaining viewpoints on topical issues and providing counter arguments on these topics.
To understand a wide range of challenging and complex subjects and being able to express views spontaneously and fluently. To use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes. To produce clear, concise, well-structured, detailed written and oral communication, showing controlled use of organisational patterns, connectors and cohesive devices.
To understand with comfort, virtually everything encountered both verbally and written. To summarise and paraphrase information from different verbal and written sources, reconstruct arguments and accounts in a coherent presentation. To express views spontaneously, fluently, precisely, differentiating the finer shades of the meaning even in the most complex of situations.
Creating a combination of teaching techniques which immerses the student in the second language; ensuring, the student acquires a high level of fluency over a short period of time. This methodology is applied according to the student’s profile, goals and reflects the student/company’s interests and expectations. It is a proven concept that increases the student’s oral and written skills.
The activities performed during the course are drawn from daily work-related situations of the student through the following: