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Professional English Courses

If you are looking for a career in business it is often important to be able to speak a good level of English. The benefits for an employer to have employees who can speak English are that they are normally more productive, and more likely to advance which can increase loyalty within the company. There are normally fewer errors and reduced overtime, employees will understand instructions better and therefore there are fewer mistakes, also meaning they will be more productive when working as they are less likely to get things wrong. It is also better for safety, being able to speak and read English increases the understanding of safety related warnings and therefore reduces workplace accidents.

Professional English course

The best place to learn English is within a company which speaks the language. Concorde is an international teaching school based in the beautiful city of Canterbury, they teach specific language courses for business professionals in all different industries. The courses allow you to develop and expand English business vocabulary and encourage strategic thinking. The course allows you to learn English in a business environment where you can practice communication skills it also helps in improving mathematical and writing skills. The course allows you to get written evidence of your English language; you can either take a University Foundation course for a business degree or prepare for external ABE examinations. Diploma level qualifications are also available with varying entry requirements.

To find out more about the professional English courses visit concorde-int.com  about the different types of teaching courses and learn how others have succeeded in the Concorde programmes.

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