EFT – English forTourism
Course overview: The course is aligned with the Common European Framework for Languages.
Course aim: This course is aimed at young professionals from 25 to 35 years of age. The age limit is not strict.
Teaching methods: On the spot language course, organised in small groups, with an average number of 5 participants (maximum 8 participants in a group). The lectures are given by using the newest techniques in language teaching, which include case analysis and authentic materials from the business areas of the participants. The course provides an excellent opportunity to improve on your vocabulary, as well as to advance in the productive language skills: writing and speaking. The course deals with topics in the area of tourism: telephone conversations, presentations, e-mail and memo writing, customer complaints, bookings etc.
Course material: Oxford University Press, Macmillan, Pearson, Cambridge University Press
Prerequisits for participation: Basic knowledge of English for lower levels and intermediate knowledge for higher levels. Participants are required to take a placement test before being offered a place on the course.
You will learn: You will have the opportunity to equally develop all the language skills, without a strong emphasis on grammar. We use the newest techniques in teaching languages in our classes, mostly through case studies and authentic materials, magazines and multimedia. The course provides an excellent opportunity to improve your vocabulary and productive language skills: writing and speaking.
Course activities: Dialogues, multimedia, video, case studies, final test.
Prospects upon course completion: This course guides participants towards the international examination series English for Tourism, awarded by LCCI.
Recommended course follow-up: We suggest that you continue on to study a language with a compatible course at CONCORD language schools. Please click here.
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 30 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Assessments Self