English Courses for Business in Cambridgeshire

SIMON & SIMON offers English language courses in Cambridgeshire to both professionals and non-professionals alike. SIMON & SIMON’s team of English language trainers are made up of native speakers who on average have 15 years of experience teaching the language, as they are all fully qualified teachers.

Fully tailored to your specific needs.

At SIMON&SIMON we tailor our courses to your unique requirements. We are committed to being renowned for the most comprehensive English course Cambridgeshire has to offer, which is why we assess your current level of English before you begin your course and then create custom content to help you reach your goals. We also provide you with one of our highly-celebrated tutors, and send you a profile on your tutor’s experience and background prior to your course.

Everything about your Business English course in Cambridgeshire will be designed to increase your enjoyment of the course and hasten your learning process. A significant part of this is the Communicative Approach – a method which requires the majority of your course to be taught in English. This will cause adaptation and will soon see you speaking English confidently both in business and in social interactions.

In depth: Our English Courses in Cambridgeshire

1:1 and Group English Courses in Cambridgeshire

We offer our courses both on a group basis and as one-on-one lessons. Group lessons have definite financial benefits, and we ensure that each student receives enough time with the tutor by limiting groups to no more than 6 students. Those opting for 1:1 lessons make faster progress, however, as this allows us to cater to their individual needs and tailor-make their content.

English Course Management

Any English course Cambridgeshire can be proud of must be well managed. This is why we will place one of our highly-experienced account managers in charge of your course. In addition to overseeing your progress and sending you reports, your account manager will be responsible for sending you the profile on your tutor, your course plan, and your course material

English Course Locations & Schedules

We aim for total convenience, and we want to limit your need to travel as much as possible. This is why we have cultivated a large network of experienced teachers which allows us to offer our services in many major cities throughout Europe and the rest of the world. To further minimise your need to travel, we can arrange lessons at your workplace or even your home. To learn more about our global reach, please contact our London office and we will be happy to speak with you.

Cambridgeshire English Course Schedules

We run our courses throughout the year, allowing you to choose a schedule that best suits you. We typically operate from 8am to 6pm, Monday to Friday, though we can accommodate weekend lessons should you require them. Many of our students take at least one lesson per week, though some take more if their schedules permit. We also run an intensive course comprised of 6-hour lessons from Monday to Friday, totalling 30 hours per week. As with our regular lessons, this can be held at your home or workplace in Cambridgeshire.

English Course Content

You may want to learn English for use in business or you may want to learn conversational English for recreation. Whatever your needs, we will work with you to determine your particular requirements and we will assess your current level of English prior to your course. We will then use this information to custom-design course content especially for you. We will then assign the ideal tutor to you in order to help you reach your goals effectively.

English Language Examination Courses

Should you have any upcoming English examinations, we are able to offer assistance with preparation. Such is the experience and competence of our tutors that our students have achieved a 95% pass-rate to date. We are also able to register you for your examination, administer it, and issue you with your results following your completion of the examination.

About English

English emerged from the West Germanic languages spoken by the Anglo-Saxons in the ancient kingdom of Northumbria. Over time this language spread across the country, evolving as it did. By the 18th century, English had developed into the language we speak today. This was given a global stage through the British Empire’s influence on politics, warfare, science, economy, and culture. English was made more popular in the 20th century thanks to the United States’ influence in similar areas, leading English to become the third-most natively spoken language in the world after Mandarin Chinese and Spanish. Today English is the common language of international discourse and is widely spoken as a first or second language in many countries across the globe.

About Cambridgeshire

Cambridgeshire is a former United Kingdom Parliamentary constituency. It was a constituency of the House of Commons of the Parliament of England then of the Parliament of Great Britain from 1707 to 1800 and of the Parliament of the United Kingdom from 1801 to 1885. It was represented by two Knights of the Shire until 1832, when the number of members was increased to three. It was divided between the constituencies of Chesterton, Newmarket and Wisbech in 1885.

The parliamentary county was again reconstituted in 1918. In 1983, when the redistribution of seats took place on the basis of the expanded post-1974 Cambridgeshire, the constituency was divided between the new constituencies of North East Cambridgeshire (including a small part of Peterborough), South East Cambridgeshire and South West Cambridgeshire (including a minority of territory from the former Huntingdonshire).

The historic county of Cambridgeshire. (Although Cambridgeshire contained the borough of Cambridge, which elected two MPs in its own right, this was not excluded from the county constituency, and owning property within the borough could confer a vote at the county election.

Assess Your English Level

The following table depicts language levels as recognised by certain academic institutions throughout the European Union. You may use this to assess your level of proficiency in English. It is possible to progress a level for every 50 hours of language training you receive from your tutor, provided you match this time with an equal amount of self-study.

This table is meant as a guide only. Some language students learn faster than others and some have more opportunities for practice. Keep in mind that your circumstances may mean that your language development differs slightly from this projection.

 

Whether you’re learning a language for the first time or are looking to develop your existing language skills, call SIMON & SIMON today on 020 7821 0999 to discuss the best language training course for you.

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