English Courses for Business in Lincoln

SIMON & SIMON offers English language courses in Lincoln 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 English courses in Lincoln to your specific needs as a language student. We assess your skills as an English speaker and then design a course specifically suited to your requirements. Our tutors are experts at determining the main areas of focus for their students, and they constantly receive glowing feedback in this regard. And, to ensure that we have picked the right tutor for you, we will send you a profile detailing your tutor’s background and experience prior to your beginning the course.

Much has changed in recent years when it comes to language learning and we have built these modern learning elements into our Lincoln English courses. One such element is the Communicative Approach, which sees the majority of the course taught in the target language. We find that this makes for exceptional immersion and rapid progress, ensuring that you will soon be speaking English confidently in social and business environments.

In depth: Our English Courses in Lincoln

1:1 and Group English Courses in Lincoln

We offer our Lincoln English courses in either a one on one or a group basis. Students learning on a one to one basis tend to make faster progress due to the personalised lessons that this method affords, but group sessions offer benefits in terms of affordability and group conversations. Group sessions do, however, require that all members be committed. We limit our groups to a maximum of six students to ensure that each student receives sufficient time with the teacher.

English Course Management

Your course will be overseen by one of our Account Managers, who are all highly experienced, extremely professional, and multi-lingual. Your Account Manager is responsible for sending you your tutor’s profile, formulating your course plan, sending you your course material, and creating progress reports for each 30 to 40 hours of learning.

English Course Locations & Schedules

We have a large network of English tutors, which allows us to offer our services in many major European cities, and select cities throughout the world. In order to eliminate unnecessary travel on your part, we can arrange lessons at your workplace or even your home. For more on our locations, please contact our London office on 020 7821 0999.

Lincoln English Course Schedules

For your convenience, our English courses in Lincoln run throughout the year. You are free to choose how often you take lessons, though many of our students make the most progress while taking a 90-minute lesson at least once a week. Though weekend lessons are available on request, our hours of operation are between 8am and 6pm from Monday to Friday. We also offer an intensive language training course that runs for 6 hours a day, Monday to Friday, equating to 30 hours per week. This course can be arranged at your workplace or a Lincoln residential centre.

English Course Content

Before your course commences, we will assess your current level of English ability. We will also discuss your desired outcomes with you. This will give us a clear picture of what you want to achieve, whether it is English for conversational purposes or English for business use. Once we have a clear target in mind, we will tailor your English course to your individual requirements.

English Language Examination Courses

If you have an upcoming English examination, we can design a course that will assist with preparation for said examination. Our tutors have helped our students achieve a success rate of 95 percent, verifying the fact that we are proficient in preparation assistance. And, in addition to assisting with your preparation, we can register you for your examination, administer the examination, and issue you with your results following your completion of the examination.

About English

Though English is Britain’s native language, it is actually a derivative of the West Germanic languages brought to Britain in the 5th century AD by the Anglo-Saxon settlers. The Germanic languages evolved as they spread across what was then the medieval kingdom of Northumbria. Over the years, it grew to resemble the modern English language. This form of the language was then spread across the globe in the 18th century as a result of the colonial, military, political, cultural, scientific, and economic influence of the British Empire. The USA further expanded the language through similar influence in the mid-20th century. As a result, English is now the chosen language of international discourse and is widely learned as a second language. Used across the globe by many nations, only the native speakers of Mandarin Chinese and Spanish outnumber the native English speakers.

About Lincoln

Lincoln is a cathedral city and county town of Lincolnshire, England. The non-metropolitan district of Lincoln has a population of 85,595; the 2001 census gave the entire urban area of Lincoln a population of 120,779. The council identifies a ‘Greater Lincoln’ catchment area covering surrounding villages and towns, which has a population of 250,000. It has several twin towns: Port Lincoln, South Australia; Radomsko, Poland; Tangshan, China; and Neustadt an der Weinstraße, Germany. The earliest origins of Lincoln can be traced to the remains of an Iron Age settlement of round wooden dwellings (which were discovered by archaeologists in 1972) that have been dated to the 1st century BC. This settlement was built by a deep pool (the modern Brayford Pool) in the River Witham at the foot of a large hill (on which the Normans later built Lincoln Cathedral and Lincoln Castle).

The origins of the name Lincoln may come from this period, when the settlement is thought to have been named in the Brythonic language of Iron Age Britain’s Celtic inhabitants as Lindon “The Pool”, presumably referring to the Brayford Pool (compare the etymology of the name Dublin, from the Gaelic “dubh linn” (“black pool”). It is not possible to know how big this original settlement was as its remains are now buried deep beneath the later Roman and medieval ruins, as well as the modern city of Lincoln.

Whether you’re learning a language for the first time or are looking to develop your existing language skills, call SIMON & SIMON today on +44 (0)20 7821 0999 to discuss the best language training course for you.

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