3 Kinds Of English Training Courses & What Makes Ours Unique

English training courses aren't a one-size-fits-all experience. In fact, it can be a very different experience for each student. Especially for bilingual adults taking corporate ESL (English as a Second Language) courses through their employer. Whatever your reasons or desired outcomes are, there's a lot of different choices for corporate decision makers to make when creating a professional ESL program for associates. Selecting a program and whether or not to incorporate professional skills trainings is usually the second step in the process. This second step could also involve deciding to make it an industry specific English course. The first step is deciding where you are going to have employees learn English, or what language training provider to go with. So how do you decide where to go for English training anyways? What makes one "better" than another?

There's generally 3 different types or kinds of interpreter school. There's not one absolute, or "definitive" ranking that determines which is the best overall. It really comes down to the quality of instruction you receive, and which type you think suits your associates' learning style and lifestyle the best. Of course we believe in our product, so this isn't completely unbiased.

3 Different kinds of English training courses:

  • In-person
English training courses, Remote English Training

In-person learning is what the majority of people think about when it comes to learning. This is your traditional brick-and-mortar school that you physically attend every day or whatever schedule you are on. The English training environment comes with being in a physical space that is dedicated to learning. This on-site English training style comes with a teacher who instructs a group of students, who are allowed to ask questions and receive correction in the moment. This is the tried and true method of learning that has been used for centuries.

  • Remote learning

Most of us are more familiar with remote learning now that the COVID lockdowns of 2020 are in the recent past. Remote learning is broad, but the traditional sense of "remote" means there is no teacher present at all. This learning takes place at home, through a computer or a book. If any learning happens at all, it will be because the students are teaching themselves. They will play a pre-recorded video, or read a section of their book, and then complete the corresponding worksheets & tests. There is nothing to reinforce the material, and no one to correct misunderstandings or ask thought provoking questions.

  • Remote learning with LIVE instruction

Remote language training with LIVE instruction combines the previous 2 styles. While the classes happen over the internet, students are learning together, simultaneously, while receiving correction in the moment. Think of a group webinar call, where the teacher leads class and students are allowed to ask questions along the way. All of our courses are taught in this way. Where our expert instructors provide correction and in-the-moment feedback for our students. Who learn from our unique and engaging online syllabus that helps them achieve their goals.

Our highly engaging In-Person English Training for employees and interactive Corporate English classes online with live native-speaking teachers are easy to access from wherever you are. We offer Real-Time Private and Group Corporate English Training. Get a Free Quote for your Industry Specific Onsite or Online English Classes for Companies.

For more information contact our Language Training Department:
Phone: (617) 731-3700

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Molly Romano Remote Copywriter

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