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Corporate English Training Courses & Common ESL Mistakes

Corporate English training courses are a valuable tool for leaders in the business world to have readily available. Especially for the companies that employ ESL workers (who speak English as a Second Language) knowing that corporate English training courses exist, and they serve to fulfill your business objectives is a relief for many businesses regardless of industry. By offering decision makers the ability to customize our curriculum our English courses for employees are truly people centered, business focused. In that,  English training will always center around your actual employees, their needs and learning pace; while remaining focused on your goals. For instance, maybe you own a construction business and you need your ESL employees to improve their English skills while emphasizing industry specific vocabulary, and highlighting safety trainings for their specific roles in your company. Or maybe you are a business owner in the agricultural industry and some of your employees are hard to understand and want to focus on accent reduction and pronunciation. Whatever your reason is for offering corporate language training to employees, we can help you achieve those goals. While different English as a Second Language learners struggle with different aspects of the language, improving upon written English is something many employers need from their ESL employees. Here's some common written English mistakes and how to avoid them...
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Cultural Competence Skills Training for Healthcare Workers

Cultural competence skills training is an essential investment for every company; whether multinational or domestic. Our cross cultural training program is designed to create awareness, and build sensitivity where a mutual understanding doesn't exist. To put it another way: our cultural sensitivity training program will give your associates an understanding of different countries or cultures they will be exposed to, by providing appropriate ways of addressing these differences in professional settings. Whether you are from the United States, China or Ethiopia- foreigners usually have a knack for sticking out among locals. And sticking out shouldn't be a bad thing, but when it is- it's usually due to someone else's unfortunate reaction that makes sticking out a bad thing. 
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