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Business English
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            Business English

Business English means different things to different people. For many, Business English focuses on the vocabulary used in the universe of commerce, trade, finance, law and international relations.

For many Business English is expanded to include techniques, methods, practices and procedures. The following links include business vocabulary and business training for careers, jobs and functions. Link to additional Business English information

The best method of learning Business English in a confidential and efficient format to suit today’s busy Business executives is with a skilled and experienced private Business English tutor. Link to Private one-to-one Business English lessons for Executives

Business English for Careers is for employees, adults or students who require intermediate and advanced Business English to get the first job in the international English-speaking business community or get the first promotion or to enter a business school. Link to Intermediate & Advanced Business English for Careers

This Study Tour group program (for 10 to 250 participants) consists of interchangeable tours, study programs and event attendance. This allows the study tour participants maximum flexibility for price, time or location considerations. Link to Business English and Industry Tour program

Business Entrepreneur School Projects are ideal for individuals who have the drive to tackle the challenges of self-employment in today’s rapidly changing business environment. Start your Own business & Study Business English

The internship preparation program is open to new Canadians, LINC graduates, international work/study visa students, students preparing for business school, students preparing for career training, graduates preparing for work in English speaking workplaces, job seekers who need to improve their business English language skills. Internship Preparation Program for students

The ESL 100 and ESL 200 content is a blend of English as a second language, English for Business and English for special purpose. Students will learn English grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and definitions using actual career training terminology, instruction manuals, trade and industry publications, industry text books, tests and exams, business forms and correspondence. Beginner English for Career Training - Group Programs

Many Canadian police departments hire and train candidates directly without any extra or special training or pre-requisite police fundamental programs. For Police Career training information go to our new police careers page

Most international ESL teaching jobs require a work permit. In most countries, it is impossible to obtain a work permit for a professional ESL teaching position without a university degree and a professional ESL teacher training certificate. Link to TESL Career Training information.

There are over 1000 Ontario career training programs that prepare students for well paying jobs in Canada, the USA and other countries throughout the world. These programs offer instruction from industry professionals that offer true industry experience, current techniques and may include work study cooperative placements. Link to additional Ontario career training locations and programs

These programs are designed for international professionals who wish to study Business English plus Business and work in Canada for experience and additional qualifications. Business Administration Career Training Programs

Law Career Training in Ontario includes paralegal, law clerk and law office administration. Link to Law Career Training in Ontario

Link to the career training registration forms

Link to ESL English Classes Registration Forms

For additional info Call 647 247 3897 or email: info (at) eslincanada (dot) com .

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