ACE Workplace English

This course is for students of all levels who want to improve their English. Start dates every Monday throughout the year.

Preparing Business Executives for Workplace Challenges -ACE Workplace English

Do you work for a company with high expectations and ambitions, or are you looking to advance your own career? ACE tailor-made programmes and qualified and dedicated instructors are available to assist you in achieving your goals.

Setbacks

As a middle-management leader, you should:
• Do you frequently have difficulties in English teleconferences, face-to-face meetings, as a discussion leader, or during negotiations?
• Are your English presentations convincing?
• Are you competently and successfully conveying yourself and your message?

ACE Corrective Measures

Heads of departments, team captains, section leaders, marketing executives, human resource professionals, professionals, and business representatives, in particular, might benefit from practise and company-specific English language, communication, and interactional coaching.
You can benefit from professional communication skills training on a national and international level, as well as acquire expertise in effective public speaking, meetings and negotiations, and conflict management.
This instruction is tailored to your specific requirements and preferences.

Course Content Outline

Business correspondence

  • An introduction to business correspondence

Layout and structure conventions of a letter. Style differences: letters, faxes, e-mail.

  • The style of written English

Differences between spoken and written language. Letter and e-mail writing style.

  • Types of business document

Typical business documents in a supplier/customer transaction.

  • Topics for letters, faxes and e-mails

List of topics for practising business correspondence.

  • Easilife and Novex

An exchange of correspondence between a supplier and customer.

  • Adventure and Suntime

An exchange of correspondence between travel companies. Follow-up meeting.

Business reports

  • An introduction to business correspondence

Layout and structure conventions of a letter. Style differences: letters, faxes, e-mail.

  • The style of written English

Differences between spoken and written language. Letter and e-mail writing style.

  • Types of business document

Typical business documents in a supplier/customer transaction.

  • Topics for letters, faxes and e-mails

List of topics for practising business correspondence.

  • Easilife and Novex

An exchange of correspondence between a supplier and customer.

  • Adventure and Suntime

An exchange of correspondence between travel companies. Follow-up meeting.

Course Details

  • 3-month-programme
  • Total Duration: 30 hours
  • 25 participants per class
  • The pre-requisite is intermediate English.
  • Timing is flexible
  • Face-to-face and/or virtual classes

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  • Start dates 1 June | 6 July
  • Course length 4 weeks
  • Lesson times 09:00-12:00
  • English level B2
  • Minimum Age 16
  • Maximum class size 13 (max 15)
  • Lessons a week 15
  • Lesson days Monday-Friday

From: RM100.00