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English Courses For Employers & 3 Obstacles To Overcome

English courses for employers can look like many things. For some employers, it can look like industry specific language training that centers around the terminology, safety procedures and equipment involved in fields ranging from construction to healthcare and everything in between. By remaining focused on your individualized business objectives we ensure you are receiving the quality English training your employees need, while centering them in the process by meeting them on their level and going at their pace. In other words, we deliver a people centered & business focused approach to online English training that others cannot provide. All of our corporate English courses are taught by expert instructors  who go above and beyond to deliver a unique and engaging  remote learning experience that is 100% LIVE through video chat technology . In the last 30 years, we have been providing decision makers across dozens of industries with solutions that have helped their businesses and employees thrive with corporate language training and these are just a few of the obstacles that must be overcome for a successful program:
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Associate ESL: Pronunciation Struggles & How To Solve Them

Associate ESL (English as a Second Language) just means learning English as a Second Language for a corporate environment. This can look like working with our team to create a customized ESL program that seeks to address and improve specific professional skills, like public speaking or business writing for ESL associates, for example. Or maybe you own a construction company; associate ESL could also look like creating an industry specific English program that is specific to the construction industry. Whatever your corporate goals are for employee ESL  our team of expert instructors can help you meet them by addressing your safety concerns at construction sites and complying with OSHA standards of safety. After all, if your associates are struggling to understand safety instructions, your team becomes at risk of injury and your business more vulnerable to preventable lawsuits. Considered one of the hardest, learning English as a Second Language is more difficult for adult learners; even more so when learning with coworkers. Everyone naturally wants to impress! 
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Professional English Grammar & The Challenges Adult ESL Learners Face

Professional English- or communicating in a manner that is appropriate in the workplace- is a language skill that native English speakers must learn as they enter they enter the workforce. As with any language, there are different manners of speaking that are appropriate for different situations. For instance, native speakers will be more casual when speaking with friends, using slang words, speaking faster and becoming more animated while being less aware of tone, volume and accents. When it's time for that same person to go to work, they will change how they speak by using proper grammar structures, a bigger vocabulary, while speaking at a slower pace and lower volume. When it's time to go home, they may not speak as proper to their parents or respected individuals but not as casual as when hanging out with friends. Being aware of who you are talking to and knowing how to address them is a fundamental element of being a fluent English speaker. So what do business owners and decision makers do when they have workers who speak English as a Second Language (ESL) and need to provide them with a business English course?
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Corporate English Course For Non-Native Speakers

Corporate English course? That's right. Let's say you are a business owner, a CEO or a decision maker for some corporation, and you have 3 very talented associates on your team who speak English as a Second Language (ESL). Part of their job is to pitch ideas to clients during regular meetings, report on progress, and collaborate with coworkers internally until the project meets the clients' standards. In order to level the playing field, you want your ESL associates to present their own ideas during meetings, but they have expressed that they don't feel confident enough in their language skills to speak during client meetings. This is just one of countless examples that highlight the need for customized English training. All of our English training programs are people centered, business focused; and truly allow decision makers freedom to customize our curriculum to meet your business needs. By incorporating elements of our professional skills training programs with an industry specific English course, we are able to remain focused on your company objectives, while centering your associates and meeting them where they're at in their journey to learn English online. By offering your associates the opportunity to learn English online from our expert instructors, they are able to learn a valuable life skill from the comfort of their own home, while still getting all the benefits of an in-person classroom. When every single online language training course is 100 % LIVE and in-person, taught webinar style, the quality of our remote English classes is unmatched. One example of how we can deliver the solutions you need is by incorporating elements of professional meetings skills training into our business English program...
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