ENG310: General Communications in English

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ENG310: General Communications in English


About this course

This intensive course  has the following structure/outline –

Course Name/Title General Communications in English
Course Number ENG 310
Who will benefit from attending? The course allows delegates to develop effective general communications skills in English


Course Content  

The course content includes:

·        Composing and structuring English text for communications

·        Vocabulary and grammar considerations

·        Casting text structure for articles and reports

·        Effective use of Past Simple, Present Perfect, future and first conditional tenses, expressions and phrasal verbs

·        Using appropriate adjectives, prepositions and prefixes

·        Use of transitions

·        Developing ideas

·        Style – active and passive constructions

·        Framing dialogues and polylogues

·        Informative, descriptive and reasoning aspects of communications

·        Developing writing skills

·        Framing summaries and content synopses

  • Discursive essays – expressing opinions, threading discussions and summaries



Course Scheduling & Price Information
Course Run Dates Course timings may be set to suit the client requirements


Course Duration 3 – 4 Days (this may be varied or customized to suit the client), 4 – 5 hours per study day.


Course Venue Within the client’s premises or at the EMBT Training Centre


Course Fees We provide generous fees discounts, instalment payment plans, bursaries and scholarships for the program.


For current course fees please contact – admissions@embt-college.org




Course Delivery Approach

The courses are delivered via instructor-led sessions, with experienced UK-qualified English instructors.  Sessions will be fully language-immersive and will include role-playing and use of CBT tools to augment delivery.




Assessment & Certification

Assessment of performance will be through delegate-completed portfolio of work.  The final course outcome is a college-issued “English Proficiency” Course Certificate of Completion.



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