This hands-on, practical one week course covers the language needed for presentations, talks and lectures, and deals with the delivery skills required in order to maximize the effectiveness of the presentations. It also introduces language for Academic Writing, focusing on vocabulary, grammar, formality, register, and style. Areas of Academic Writing tackled are Abstracts and Articles/Papers, with critical analysis of model abstracts.
The SLS suite of courses – including Bronze Silver, and Gold – includes a range of value-added features for participants who want to maximise their learning experience and develop the skills – fluency, understanding, vocabulary, grammar, professional communication skills, intercultural skills or collaboration skills – they need for their jobs.
These courses will develop your skills for teaching and working in environments when students have special educational needs, such as dyslexia or autism.
Courses Our mission is to support professionals working internationally to collaborate more effectively and deliver better results.We consult organisations and support international team and leadership performance with:international leadership traininginternational executive coachinginternational team building, conflict management and facilitationYork Associates is a thought leader in the field of international leadership and team development with numerous publications on […]
The York Associates Cert IBET aims to develop EFL teachers wishing to move into Business English teaching and those who have been engaged in Business English teaching but wish to grow professionally while gaining a recognised qualification in the field.
This one-week group course will address the aim of internationalisation in schools. It is focused on teachers and administrative staff at schools who are non-native speakers of English. This course aims to improve the English language and international communication skills of the participants to enable them to work and teach in an international context. The course also focuses on developing methodologies for working with international students.
This course is for all professionals who want to better understand the challenges of teaching technical English. You will learn about different approaches to teaching aspects of technical English and develop your skills for teaching in areas such as static and process description, materials and engineering in pedagogical contexts.
These courses will develop your skills for teaching and working in culturally diverse environments.
This highly practical course covers a wide range of refreshing teaching ideas and activities to enliven lessons and make them more motivating. You will develop an awareness of current and established ideas and techniques in the classroom today, and can reflect on your own teaching methods and context as you develop your own teaching skills.
During this twelve-week programme, you will be allocated a work placement four days a week in a local organisation and attend a three- hour BEC preparation session once
a week for a total of thirty-six hours. The course will end with the BEC Vantage (B2) or Higher (C1) exam.