Half-day workshops for more effective communication….
Do you need to improve written communication in your organisation? Good spelling, grammar and writing style create a professional impression that builds trust and enhances relationships both inside and outside your company.
‘Writing effective e-mails’- a practical workshop for everyone’
Your colleagues send dozens of e-mails every working day- but how many of these actually make progress on your projects? ‘Writing effective e-mails- a practical workshop’ demonstrates and practises some simple linguistic techniques to control the tone, style and effectiveness of communication by e-mail. Our most popular workshop, delegate feedback includes:
- 'very well-constructed course, explained clearly and fully'
- 'I got more understanding of how to make my e-mail stand out... and how to control tone'
- 'it gives good ideas for e-mailing customers and suppliers'
- ' I don't think this workshop needs to be improved, just keep up the good work!'
- ' better response to e-mails and concise structure'
‘Writing effective e-mails in English’- a practical workshop for speakers of English as a foreign language (elementary to intermediate level.)
This workshop is aimed at colleagues who speak English as a foreign language, at elementary to intermediate level. It concentrates on e-mail conventions in the UK, such as appropriate greetings, key phrases, layout and extensive practice and correction of e-mail tasks relevant to the day-to-day tasks at your business.
‘English for health and safety at work’ – a practical workshop for speakers of English as a foreign language (level elementary)
You are so careful to ensure new workers have had the appropriate health and safety training at your premises, but can you be sure your colleagues from overseas have fully understood your training? This practical half-day workshop covers vocabulary for health and safety with exercises to check understanding of key terms, plus practice of speaking English in everyday work situations relevant to your industry.
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