Business English

 If you need more than just Business English then you have come to the right place. English language training is not just a box to tick. It has to achieve its objectives in terms of scope and quality. This widely misunderstood and essential skill makes a huge difference to your success, especially if your business is about to go global.

Your employees‘ ability to respond independently and flexibly to everyday language challenges often depends on their comprehension of the English language as a whole, rather than just „Business English“ alone. Therefore, we ensure that both Business English and the ability to speak, read, write and understand plain and technical English are taught and tested. Furthermore, too many organisations lose business opportunities because the language competency is tied to specific key individuals and not built into the organisation’s learning environment and culture. Lost business is an expensive lesson to learn from. Taking advantage of a „Learning Management System“ is often an effective way to ensure that what is learnt is remembered.

The main purpose of an English course is to support the achievement of your international objectives through continuous improvement of language competency. We can help by nurturing an agile culture of learning and by adopting teaching/training methods which respond to real-life business challenges. Just like any new measure, it requires management and employee buy-in and commitment.

Although excellent international communication cannot be achieved overnight, the mere fact that every lesson and every coaching session results in an improvement, warrants the investment in it. By improving the overall skill levels of your workforce, a benefit can be attained which is measurable. Therefore, the improvement plan is a project which includes a conceptual phase to gather data about gaps in competency. This is the first step in understanding the scope of the training and coaching required.

At the functional level, organisations require an approach which identifies and evaluates a department’s requirements, according to priorities. For instance, these are some of the critical ones: collaboration, localisation, reporting, stakeholder communication, marketing materials, sales calls, procurement, contracts, production, quality assurance, technical support, etc. The list is long and the journey starts by understanding the needs and benefits.