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English for General Business

This course provides exposure to Business English and basic socializing, meeting, negotiating, and presentation skills for company management and staff involved in international business. The course focuses on practical training in understanding and responding to an international clientele, and develops an awareness of cross-cultural differences and similarities in business.
Course length, intensity and class size for groups to be arranged according to participants’ levels and the client’s needs and requirements.

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English for Meetings

This course enables participants to improve their use of Business English in meetings with international clients, vendors and business partners. The course focuses on helping participants develop the ability to perform functions such as: making small talk before the meeting; expressing and reacting to suggestions and opinions; dealing with interruptions; asking for clarification.
Course length, intensity and class size for groups to be arranged according to participants’ levels and the client’s needs and requirements.

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English for Presentation

This course provides an overall introduction to the various features of presentations, and gives students practice giving presentations throughout the course in a context tailored to their work requirements. The course focuses on helping participants improve their presentation skills in areas such as: organizing ideas; giving effective introductions and conclusions; presenting key information clearly in a logical flow of ideas; using visual aids; using body language and effective speaking to deliver main points; handling questions. Course length, intensity and class size for groups to be arranged according to participants’ levels and the client’s needs and requirements.

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English for Negotiating

This course provides an awareness of similarities and differences in the ways negotiations are conducted in Japan and other countries. It also provides practical negotiating skills and language needed by Japanese people in the global marketplace. The course focuses on helping participants develop the ability to perform functions such as: emphasizing key selling points; stating positions; discussing concrete figures and conditions; reaching compromises and agreements; making a contract.
Course length, intensity and class size for groups to be arranged according to participants’ levels and the client’s needs and requirements.

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Business Writing

This course provides an overall introduction to the features of written English in producing business letters, faxes, e-mail, memos, and business reports. Participants will have the opportunity to practice their writing skills throughout the course in contexts tailored to their work requirements. The course focuses on helping participants improve their writing skills in areas such as: using formal and informal styles; organizing ideas and points in a logical sequence; asking for and giving information; making enquiries; making arrangements; using punctuation correctly.
Course length, intensity and class size for groups to be arranged according to participants’ levels and the client’s needs and requirements.

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Survival English and Preparation for Overseas Posting

This course provides basic English and communication skills for company employees with a low level of English who are to be sent abroad on business for an extended period of time and who need to handle a variety of situations in English in their daily lives. It features practical training in everyday situations that participants are likely face when transferred overseas, such as: arriving at the airport; asking for directions; ordering in a restaurant; making telephone calls; dealing with emergencies and health issues at a hospital; becoming oriented in relation to the local area and public transportation; raising awareness of local culture and customs.
Course length, intensity and class size for groups to be arranged according to participants’ levels and the client’s needs and requirements.

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Test Preparation

Language Resources offers a variety of courses to help prepare participants intending to take recognized English proficiency examinations such as TOEIC, TOEFL, and tests that are part of the University of Cambridge CELA suite: IELTS, BULATS, KET, PET, FCE, CAE, and CPE. These courses focus on improving test-taking techniques and also improve overall English language proficiency in the process.
Course length, intensity and class size for groups to be arranged according to participants’ levels and the client’s needs and requirements.

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English for Medical Professionals

Language Resources offers a variety of language services for people working in the medical and pharmaceutical industries, including specialized language training, translation, tape-transcription and proofreading / copy editing.
In addition to providing courses aimed at individual clinicians who treat English-speaking patients in the course of their work, we help doctors, nurses, pharmacists, researchers etc. with the English they’ll need for participating in conferences, symposia and workshops, focusing on areas such as: correcting and copy editing manuscripts; delivering effective presentations; acting as chairperson in plenary sessions; socializing with conference delegates etc.
Course length, intensity and class size for groups to be arranged according to participants’ levels and the client’s needs and requirements.

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English for the Hotel Industry

These courses provide exposure to the language necessary for those working, or being trained in the hotel industry, and give participants the opportunity to improve their speaking and understanding of English in the contexts of Front or Back of the House areas. The participants receive practical training in understanding and responding to international guests in a variety of situations including: taking reservations by email and on the telephone; dealing with enquiries and explaining hotel services and facilities; greeting and saying farewell to guests; taking orders in bars and restaurants; giving directions both within and outside the hotel; apologising for any errors made by hotel staff.
Course length, intensity and class size for groups to be arranged according to participants’ levels and the client’s needs and requirements.

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Taiyo Bldg 6F.
5-1-2 Kitanagasa-dori
Chuo-ku, Kobe 650-0012
Japan

Tel 078-382-0394

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