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English for Specific Purposes - Course details

ESP courses offer you an opportunity to explore specialist English language skills and concepts to succeed in your area of work or interest.

English for Marketing (NQF 5)

At the end of the course, you will be able to use the appropriate language to:

  • Describe the role of marketing within an organisation
  • Outline a marketing plan for a specific product/company
  • Write a brief for a brand identity
  • Set marketing objectives for a specific product/company
  • Plan and write a press release
  • Present the marketing budget for a specific product/company
  • Pitch informally to a potential client
  • Describe a target market segment
  • Adapt a message for a new market
  • Discuss possibilities in an idea generation meeting
  • Develop an idea into a concept statement
  • Communicate effectively to internal stakeholders
  • Discuss digital marketing objectives and tools
  • Explain survey data
  • Explain a market research plan for a specific product/company

English for Human Resources (NQF 5)

At the end of the course, you will be able to use the appropriate language to:

  • Write up a Human Resources (HR) strategy
  • Produce a resource plan
  • Define job requirements
  • Conduct interviews
  • Write a training and development strategy
  • Conduct a mentoring session
  • Deliver a counselling service
  • Prepare a competence framework
  • Write performance standards
  • Present a review scheme
  • Deliver an employee briefing
  • Conduct a development review
  • Write a disciplinary procedure
  • Conduct a disciplinary hearing
  • Deal with a grievance
  • Write a reward strategy

English for the Financial Sector (NQF 5)

At the end of the course, you will be able to use the appropriate language to:

  • Describe products and services
  • Make suggestions to solve client problems
  • Compare, contrast and explain currencies and investments
  • Present financial reports and information
  • Draft financial letters, emails and reports
  • Describe and explain company performance
  • Write financial projections
  • Discuss the regulatory environment
  • Describe and report on trends

English for Engineering (NQF 5)

At the end of the course, you will be able to use the appropriate language to:

  • Describe technical functions and applications
  • Explain how technology works
  • Simplify and illustrate technical explanations
  • Describe specific materials
  • Specify and describe properties
  • Discuss quality issues
  • Describe component features and shapes
  • Explain manufacturing techniques
  • Explain jointing and fixing techniques
  • Describe positions of assembled components
  • Discuss dimension and precision
  • Describe design phases and procedures
  • Describe types of technical problems
  • Describe the causes of faults
  • Discuss repairs and maintenance
  • English for Engineering (NQF 5)
  • At the end of the course, you will be able to use the appropriate language to:
  • Describe technical functions and applications
  • Explain how technology works
  • Simplify and illustrate technical explanations
  • Describe specific materials
  • Specify and describe properties
  • Discuss quality issues
  • Describe component features and shapes
  • Explain manufacturing techniques
  • Explain jointing and fixing techniques
  • Describe positions of assembled components
  • Discuss dimension and precision
  • Describe design phases and procedures
  • Describe types of technical problems
  • Describe the causes of faults
  • Discuss repairs and maintenance

English for Aviation (NQF 5)

At the end of the course, you will be able to use the appropriate language to:

  • Use standard phraseology and plain language
  • Request clarification and make requests
  • Confirm and clarify
  • Request confirmation
  • Describe the seriousness of a situation
  • Give instructions and resolve problems
  • Handle turnaround incidents
  • Report anomalies
  • Describe what they can see, hear and feel
  • Respond to problems
  • Manage a departure
  • Coordinate actions
  • Deal with garbled messages
  • Report past actions
  • Describe a flight path
  • Clarify and rephrase
  • Use coded/numerical sources
  • Say why you are unable to do something
  • Report incidents
  • Distinguish call signs, frequencies and settings
  • Identify causes
  • Manage separation and level changes
  • Talk about feasibility and intention
  • Ask about availability
  • Express concern
  • Describe precautions
  • Express urgency
  • Relay information
  • Summarise
  • Suggest action

Forthcoming

English for Project Management (NQF 6)

Develops the professional English communication skills needed for a wide range of project management activities.

   
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