Employee English Training

Do you need to improve your English to succeed in your company? English Today provides both private and in house employee English training. We create English training programs to help you become your best. Get better results in less and enjoy the learning process.

What is poor English costing you?

  • Missed Opportunities? 
  • Wasted Time?
  • Frustration or Stress ?

Learning English does not have to be boring or difficult. We understand your frustration and that is why we create customised learning plans to help you get better results in less time while you enjoy the journey. Do not forget to read this post until the end because we will explain the steps to joining English Today and we give you some program options to help you achieve your goals.

There are 3 easy steps to joining English Today

  • Choose Your Schedule 

    Do you want to study in the mornings, mid-afternoons or after office hours ? How many times a week do you want to study? Most people choose two or three times a week. What days do you want to study? Mondays and Wednesdays or Tuesdays and Thursdays or perhaps on the weekends.

  • Choose your teacher

    Do you want to study with a local teacher, a native English-speaking teacher or do you want a combo class with 50% local teacher and 50% native teacher?

  • Choose Your English Program

    • General English
    • Business English
    • English for Presentations
    • English for emails
    • Business Report Writing
    • English for Socialising

English Today Provide the Following Employee English training Options: 

English Training to Help You Become Your Best – Get Better results in less time and enjoy the journey

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