English For International Business and Industry

For specially arranged programmes Anglo-Continental can prepare proposals for any combination of the English language subject areas listed, for groups of any size, and for any duration from 4 to 50 weeks.

These programmes normally include:
Phase 1 – 30 lessons of general English language tuition per week up to a suitable level for specialised training.
Phase 2 – 20 or 25 lessons per week of general English language tuition in international classes, and 5 or 10 lessons per week of specialised tuition in the language of the chosen subject area, in closed professional groups.

Assessing your training needs

Contact us for an assessment of your training needs and we will be pleased to provide you with a training proposal which meets your requirements.

Meeting your needs

You can be assured that from the moment you begin your course, we will aim to provide a programme which is designed to meet your needs:

  • Entry test and needs analysis
  • Assistance from our Professional Training Coordinator
  • Guidance from our expert trainers
  • Studying with other professionals working towards common objectives
  • Progress report on course completion.


For these Professional Training Programmes the fees per participant depend on course intensity and duration and the number of trainees in the group compatible in their language levels and learning needs to work together in specialised tuition.

For detailed proposals and quotations contact us by email at english@anglo-continental.com Please provide us with details of your training requirements, subject areas, numbers and language levels of participants, and the duration of the programmes required.

  • Types of business
  • Customer care
  • Communication in the workplace
  • Telephoning and video conferencing
  • Meetings and presentations
  • Use of technology
  • Formal and legal documents
  • Financial reports and communications
  • Budgeting and financial planning
  • The banking industry
  • Bank management
  • International transactions
  • Investment
  • Accounting
  • Organisation and structure
  • Defining policies
  • Staff recruitment
  • Financial reports
  • Staff training, welfare and motivation
  • Dispute resolution
  • Communication and correspondence
  • Types of market
  • Advertising
  • Describing products and services
  • Meetings and presentations
  • Market research
  • Formal and informal communication
  • Administrative processes
  • The need for health and safety rules
  • Risk assessment
  • Fire risks
  • Health and safety in the workplace
  • Formal documentation
  • Legal systems and practice
  • Company law
  • Contracts
  • Commercial law
  • Written and oral communication skills
  • Anatomy
  • Symptoms and diagnosis
  • Medical and surgical treatment
  • Medical research
  • The pharmaceutical industry
  • Prescription and administration of drugs
  • Communication with patients and colleagues
  • Ship Operations
  • Ship types and characteristics
  • Ports and terminals
  • Crewing and training
  • Maintenance and repair
  • Maritime law
  • Marine Insurance
  • Design
  • Measurement
  • Materials
  • Manufacturing, assembly and quality control
  • Static and dynamic principles
  • Energy and temperature
  • Fluids
  • Mechanisms
  • Hotel facilities and services
  • Travel arrangements
  • Safety and hygiene
  • Dealing with customers
  • Food and drink
  • Formal and informal documentation