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Business English C1

Business English C1 Advanced

360,00 
  • 24 teaching units
  • 12 weekly lessons
  • 90 minutes
  • Format: Group (3-8)
  • Place: Online
  • ZENITH lingo Language Academy
    Course start: 2023-01-24
  • ZENITH lingo Language Academy
    Course end: 2023-04-27
  • ZENITH lingo Language Academy
    Registration end: 2023-01-20
Course ID: BEA_1
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2 units (90 minutes) / 4 units (180 minutes) / 6 units (270 minutes) / 8 units (360 minutes) / 10 units (450 minutes) / 12 units (540 minutes)

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25 units (1.125 minutes) distributed to 5 half-day lessons, 5 units (225 minutes) per day

Intensive:
24 units (1.080 minutes) distributed to 3 full-day lessons, 8 units (360 minutes) per day

1. Course description

Business English C1 Advanced is a course designed for individuals with a solid English foundation who want to improve their language skills for use in a professional setting. The course focuses on building advanced language abilities and fluency and developing the skills and confidence needed to communicate effectively in a business environment.

Through this advanced course, participants will gain the language skills and knowledge needed to communicate effectively in various business contexts, including meetings, presentations, negotiations, and professional correspondence.

Pre-requisite

To be eligible for the course, participants should have a strong foundation in English and be proficient in primary business English skills. It is recommended that participants have completed an intermediate or upper-intermediate business English course or have equivalent experience.

Certificate

Upon successful completion of the course, learners will be awarded a Certificate of Completion. Those who demonstrate active participation in at least 85% of the classes and achieve a score of 90% or higher on course assessments will be eligible to receive a Certificate of Achievement. These certificates serve as recognition of the student’s dedication and accomplishment in the course.

2. What you will learn

In Business English C1 course, students will enhance their knowledge of complex business concepts and develop their ability to communicate effectively with colleagues, clients, and partners. The course will focus on a range of topics, including advanced business vocabulary, grammar, and communication strategies. Through interactive lessons, group discussions, and individual assignments, students will gain the confidence and skills needed to excel in a global business environment.

In addition to strengthening essential language skills, this course will also provide students with a comprehensive introduction to fundamental business principles and practices, such as marketing, finance, and negotiation. By the end of the course, students will have a solid understanding of how to conduct themselves professionally. They will be prepared to tackle various business-related tasks and challenges.

3. Who is this course for?

  • business managers
  • business professionals
  • entrepreneurs
  • business students

4. Course program

Lesson 1

Reading and Discussion: Organizations

  • Organizational Structure
  • Corporate Longevity

Listening and Discussion: Organizations

  • Corporate life-cycle
  • Family firm

Vocabulary Building: Industries and Companies

Grammar: Determiners 1

Lesson 2

Reading and Discussion: Company Structure

  • Wikinomics
  • Company Structure

Listening and Discussion: Company Structure

  • Big and Small Companies
  • Family firm

Vocabulary Building: Company Structure

  • Organizational Tasks

Grammar: Determiners 2

Lesson 3

Reading and Discussion: Management

  • What is management
  • Functions of Management

 Listening and Discussion: Management

  • What makes a good manager

Vocabulary Building: Management

  • Useful collocations to describe the roles of managers

Grammar: Subjunctive mood

Lesson 4

Reading and Discussion: Work and motivation

  • Importance of motivation
  • Attitude to work

 Listening and Discussion: Work and motivation

  • Managers and motivation
  • Out-of-work activities

Vocabulary Building: Describing workplace motivation

Grammar: Relative clauses

Lesson 5

Reading and Discussion: Managing across cultures

  • Cultural differences
  • Managing across cultures
  • Globalization and localization

Listening and Discussion: Managing across cultures

  • Cultural differences

Vocabulary Building: Managing across cultures

  • Essential vocabulary to describe intercultural management

Grammar: Infinitives and Gerunds

Lesson 6

TEST

Lesson 7

Reading and Discussion: Change

  • Dealing with Change

 Listening and Discussion: Change

  • Change Management

Vocabulary Building: Change

  • Essential vocabulary to describe change

Grammar: Essential grammar for describing change

  • Continuous form
Lesson 8

Reading and Discussion: Governance

  • Corporate governance

  Listening and Discussion: Governance

  • Corporate governance in Asia

Vocabulary Building: Governance

  • Discourse Makers

Grammar: Adjective + past participle

Lesson 9

Reading and Discussion: Start- ups

  • Going into business

 Listening and Discussion: Start- ups

  • The birth of a business

Vocabulary Building: Advanced verbs to describe start-ups

Grammar:

  • Verbs with prepositions
  • Third conditional
Lesson 10

Reading and Discussion: Employment trends

  • Employment trends
  • Job skills
  • Giganomics

Listening and Discussion: Employment trends

  • Work Patterns
  • Job skills

Vocabulary Building:  Advanced  vocabulary for employment discussion

Grammar: Reported speech 1

Lesson 11

Reading and Discussion:  Recruitment

  • Stages of recruitment
  • CV/Resument and cover letter
  • Job application

Listening and Discussion: Recruitment

  • Job interviews

Vocabulary Building: Advanced vocabulary to describe intercultural management

Grammar: Reported speech 2

Lesson 12

EXAM

Lesson 1

Reading and Discussion: Organizations

  • Organizational Structure
  • Corporate Longevity

Listening and Discussion: Organizations

  • Corporate life-cycle
  • Family firm

Vocabulary Building: Industries and Companies

Grammar: Determiners 1

Lesson 2

Reading and Discussion: Company Structure

  • Wikinomics
  • Company Structure

Listening and Discussion: Company Structure

  • Big and Small Companies
  • Family firm

Vocabulary Building: Company Structure

  • Organizational Tasks

Grammar: Determiners 2

Lesson 3

Reading and Discussion: Management

  • What is management
  • Functions of Management

 Listening and Discussion: Management

  • What makes a good manager

Vocabulary Building: Management

  • Useful collocations to describe the roles of managers

Grammar: Subjunctive mood

Lesson 4

Reading and Discussion: Work and motivation

  • Importance of motivation
  • Attitude to work

 Listening and Discussion: Work and motivation

  • Managers and motivation
  • Out-of-work activities

Vocabulary Building: Describing workplace motivation

Grammar: Relative clauses

Lesson 5

Reading and Discussion: Managing across cultures

  • Cultural differences
  • Managing across cultures
  • Globalization and localization

Listening and Discussion: Managing across cultures

  • Cultural differences

Vocabulary Building: Managing across cultures

  • Essential vocabulary to describe intercultural management

Grammar: Infinitives and Gerunds

Lesson 6

TEST

Lesson 7

Reading and Discussion: Change

  • Dealing with Change

 Listening and Discussion: Change

  • Change Management

Vocabulary Building: Change

  • Essential vocabulary to describe change

Grammar: Essential grammar for describing change

  • Continuous form
Lesson 8

Reading and Discussion: Governance

  • Corporate governance

  Listening and Discussion: Governance

  • Corporate governance in Asia

Vocabulary Building: Governance

  • Discourse Makers

Grammar: Adjective + past participle

Lesson 9

Reading and Discussion: Start- ups

  • Going into business

 Listening and Discussion: Start- ups

  • The birth of a business

Vocabulary Building: Advanced verbs to describe start-ups

Grammar:

  • Verbs with prepositions
  • Third conditional
Lesson 10

Reading and Discussion: Employment trends

  • Employment trends
  • Job skills
  • Giganomics

Listening and Discussion: Employment trends

  • Work Patterns
  • Job skills

Vocabulary Building:  Advanced  vocabulary for employment discussion

Grammar: Reported speech 1

Lesson 11

Reading and Discussion:  Recruitment

  • Stages of recruitment
  • CV/Resument and cover letter
  • Job application

Listening and Discussion: Recruitment

  • Job interviews

Vocabulary Building: Advanced vocabulary to describe intercultural management

Grammar: Reported speech 2

Lesson 12

EXAM

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FAQ

What is a language course?
A language course at ZENITH lingo is a set of language lessons designed to assist or guide customers to improve their communication skills in a particular language.
What is a lesson?
Time spent with a language teacher to learn a language is a lesson which consist of teaching units.
What is a unit or teaching unit?
A unit or teaching unit is 45 minutes.
What is the minimum number of teaching units per lesson?
Minimum number of teaching units per lesson is two (2 x 45 minutes) or 90 minutes. Maximum number of teaching units per lesson is eight (8 x 45 minutes) or 360 minutes.
Can I book only one unit per lesson?
Unfortunately, currently we cannot offer only one-unit lesson to our clients.
What is the minimum number of lessons per course?
In group courses, we have determined number of lessons per course.
What equipment do I need to study English online with ZENITH lingo?
We recommend using a laptop or desktop computer as it makes it easier to follow our digital coursebooks. However, you can join online classes simply with your smart phone. We are currently using Zoom for our video lessons, so it is best if you download the Zoom software.

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