Customized ESL

Classes for Groups

ECLC can accommodate your special group project by designing a custom program for you. Below are some sample courses we have designed for businesses in the past. Contact us for more information.

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Hotel English

This 15-hour course teaches hotel staff how to use English to communicate well with guests and other customers. The course covers all four skills—reading, writing, listening, and speaking—as all are needed in a hotel context. 

Specifically, this course includes modules on the following: 

  • In-Person Greetings/Reservations/Check In/Check Out 

  • Telephone Customer Service 

  • Online Customer Service 

  • Complaints and Feedback 

  • Presentations and Meetings 

 

The Hotel English course is aimed at learners in the A1—A2 range of English on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).  

The course has a test at the end of each module, and course participants must achieve a score of 75% to receive their Certificate of Hotel English as administered by East Coast Language College.  

Finance English

This 25-hour course teaches professionals how to use English to communicate in the world of finance. The course covers all four skills—reading, writing, listening, and speaking—to ensure a well-rounded approach.

 

Specifically, the course includes modules on the following:

 

  • Basic Terms

  • Accounting

  • Banking

  • Corporate Finance

  • Economics and Trade

 

The Finance English course is aimed at learners in the B1—B2 range of English on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

 

The course has a test at the end of each module, and course participant must achieve a score of 75% to receive their Certificate of Finance English as administered by East Coast Language College.

Medicine English

This 45-hour course teaches health professionals how to use English effectively in a medical context. The course covers all four skills—reading, writing, listening, and speaking—to ensure a well-rounded approach.

 

Specifically, the course includes modules on the following:

 

  • Medical and Paramedical Personnel and Places

  • Education and Training

  • Systems, Diseases, and Symptoms

  • Investigations, Treatment, and Prevention

  • Ethics and Research

  • Explanation and Presentation

 

The Medicine English course is aimed at learners in the B1—B2 range of English on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

 

The course has a test at the end of each module, and course participant must achieve a score of 75% to receive their Certificate of Medicine English as administered by East Coast Language College.

Business English

This 25-hour course teaches working professionals how to use English effectively in a workplace context. The course covers all four skills—reading, writing, listening, and speaking—to ensure a well-rounded approach.

 

Specifically, the course includes modules on the following:

 

  • Brands and Branding

  • Business Travel

  • Organizations

  • Advertising

  • Money

  • Culture

  • Human Resources

  • International Markets

  • Ethics

  • Leadership

  • Competition

 

The Business English course is aimed at learners in the B1—B2 range of English on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

 

The course has a test at the end of each module, and course participant must achieve a score of 75% to receive their Certificate of Business English as administered by East Coast Language College.

Teaching English to Young Learners

This 100-hour course teaches prospective English teachers how to instruct children in English. The course utilizes all four skills—reading, writing, listening, and speaking—to ensure course participants can exemplify the skills they will be teaching.

 

Specifically, the course includes modules on the following:

 

  • Children as learners

  • Teaching speaking, writing, listening, and reading

  • Lesson planning

  • Specialized activities

  • Classroom management

  • Teaching grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation

 

TEYL is aimed at learners who are B2 or higher on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).

 

Course participants are assessed in a number of ways including tests, assignments, and practice teaching. They must achieve a score of 75% to receive their Certificate in Teaching English to Young Learners administered by East Coast Language College.

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