Teacher Refresher & English For Specific Purposes (ESP)

These courses are ideal for students who wish to specialise in their professional areas:

(a) Teacher Refresher course for non-native EFL teachers
(25 hours per week)

This is usually a one or two week course focussing on the latest trends and effective methods of EFL teaching in supporting and communication skills. It includes presentations, interactive group activities and case studies.

(b) English For Specific Purposes (ESP) courses (20-25* hours per week)
-Military English
-Aviation English
-English For Law Enforcement (Police English)

Each ESP course is intended to help the learners crystallise and target their language to their professional needs. The course focuses on specialist terminology and language material, and is based on approved course books.

One of our ad hoc teachers is a certified Aviation Examiner and ICAO Rater.

All students receive a certificate at the end of their course.

Maximum class size: 15

* For ESP students, exact number of hours subject to number of students enrolled on the course:
- 25 hours per week if group tuition consisting of 2+ students, i.e. 15 hours per week of General English classes plus 10 hours per week of specialist English (i.e. Military English, Aviation English or English for Law Enforcement – Police English).
- 20 hours per week if there are fewer than two students to form a group and one-to-one tuition is involved, i.e. 15 hours per week of General English classes plus 5 hours per week of one-to-one tuition in specialist English (i.e. Military English, Aviation English or English for Law Enforcement – Police English).

MGIMO Group (Moscow, Russia) – Teacher Refresher Course

“I have the pleasure of saying how grateful I am for the most useful course and very nice accommodation you arranged for the group of teachers from MGIMO.”
Olga Desyatova

“Thank you very much for your very competent approach and professional attitude in the course we were offered. It was an unforgettable experience expanding our understanding of Britain. I personally really loved it and the visit to Blenheim Palace was a big treat.”
Irina Vasileva