ESL Business English Week 5: Organizational Structure, Presentations, and Networking

$60.00 CAD



This class is part of an 8-week series of English as a Second Language for Business.
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Enhance your value as a bilingual employee by polishing your English language skills. Excellent English skills are essential for building your career, building trust with fellow employees and clients, and enhances your enjoyment of your job! Learn with others in a positive and supportive environment.

About Instructor Kathleen O’Neill

Learning is better when you have an excellent teacher!  Kathleen’s combined passion for travelling and languages made becoming a TEFL/TESOL certified ESL teacher an easy choice for her.   Kathleen is fluent in both English and French.  Following Kathleen’s graduation from the Canadian College of Linguistics, she pursued her teaching career overseas in China.  For nearly four years she fully immersed herself into the culture and experienced firsthand the daily challenges of living as a foreigner with a language barrier. During that time, she took the opportunity to study Mandarin, where she could practise every day.  After teaching English to all levels from preschoolers to adults and privately tutoring students for international university entrance exams, Kathleen is back living in Canada and ready to teach you English!  Her encouraging teaching methods and outgoing personality will help you to speak confidently and professionally. Learning English has never been so easy and enjoyable.

Week 5: Organizational Structure, Presentations, and Networking
    • Practice vocabulary used to describe organizational structure, departments, and department responsibilities.  
    • Be introduced to everyday acronyms used for corporate titles (e.g. CEO, CFO, etc…) 
    • Practice common vocabulary used in business presentations including describing upward/downward trends and other trends and graphs.  
    • Review the use of qualifying adverbs and the use of approximation and precision.
    • Practice common vocabulary used in networking with a focus on business events, conferences and social networking.
    • Practice common small talk expressions and conversation starters (e.g. What do you do?  Where are you from?  Etc…)
Additional classes in this series:

Week 1: Advertising, Brands and Identity, and Customer Service

Week 2: International Business Etiquette, Telephone Communication, and Business Emails

Week 3: Employment, Business Negotiation, and Business Meetings

Week 4: Interviews, Resumes, and Cover Letters

Week 5: Organizational Structure, Presentations, and Networking

Week 6: Business Ethics, Entrepreneurship, and Travel

Week 7: Finance, Marketing, and Business Proposals & Pitches

Week 8: Human Resources, Motivating Employees, and Public Relations

Offering 1: Friday, November 13 2020, 10am – 1pm, FVCE Classroom Suite 104 – 20641 Logan Ave Langley

Course Number: LA105
Instructor: Kathleen O'Neill
Semester: Fall 2020
Classroom: FVCE Classroom (Suite 104, 20641 Logan Ave Langley)
Start Date: November 13, 2020
End Date: November 13, 2020
Start Time: 10:00 am
End Time: 1:00 pm
Class Capacity: 10
Course Price: $60.00
Number of Sessions: 1

Additional information


Offering 1: Friday, November 13 2020, 10am – 1pm, FVCE Classroom Suite 104 – 20641 Logan Ave Langley