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TRAINING

Our UNITEDNATIONSFORENGLISH courses are designed to meet the particular needs of our clients as closely as possible, whether for personal, social or professional purposes.

To this end we encourage our clients to provide as much relevant information and material as they can from their own working context to help us build the most beneficial training programme for them. UNITEDNATIONSFORENGLISH utilise a wide variety of the most up to date teaching resources in our courses, but selection from these materials to design a course depends upon the precise needs of our clients.

Business English development programmes may be tailored to target specific areas such as telephone skills, meetings and negotiations or preparing and delivering presentations. In these areas UNITEDNATIONSFORENGLISH provide the most realistic and useful training experiences, through methods such as role-plays and simulations, which can be filmed to allow the most effective review and debriefing exercises.

Telephone skills, emailing and video conferencing can be practiced with similar realism over internal telephone systems linking separate study rooms. In this way you not only learn the exact language skills and vocabulary you need, but have the opportunity to use what you have learned in real situations, review your performance and improve it to the highest possible level before putting it to the test in your own professional context.

Continuous self-analysis and progressive refinement of thought and performance are key aspects of UNITEDNATIONSFORENGLISH methodology which aim to keep our courses fluid and dynamic in their attention to the linguistic and personal needs of our clients, however long or short the course may be.

We then attempt to apply these principles into business context simulations: role-plays for meetings, presentations and negotiations providing the primary focus in your learning encounters. As stated earlier the opportunity to practice and hone what you have learnt for your 'real' future business and diplomatic contexts is the most valuable body of experience you can return home with.