English for special purposes

In ESP we offer classes in all industry specific areas. Our ESP focal point is that English is not taught as a subject separated from the students’ real world (or wishes); instead, it is integrated into a subject matter area important to the learners.

Being able to use the vocabulary and structures that they learn in a meaningful context reinforces what is taught and increases their motivation.


English for Travel and Tourism

This course is suitable for Intermediate to Advanced level students.

Students will learn practical communication skills needed in the world of Tourism, Hotels and Hospitality, and study trends in tourism. There is a regular ‘Country Focus,’ where students make a short presentation on an aspect of their country’s culture or tourist attractions.image

By the end of this course students will be better able to deal with situations that arise when travelling and discuss a variety of topics related to travel and tourism. Those planning to work in the hospitality industry will be more confident in dealing with common problems such as customer complaints.



English for Emergency Services

images (4)This Course has been designed to deliver Job specific English to members of the emergency services. We understand how frustrating things can be when your trying to communicate with English speakers in stressful situations. From Basic English to Advanced level, This course will make all the difference.


Aviation English 

Our English for Aviation classes are aimed at providing English language communication skills to pilots and air traffic controllers, and to help them achieve and maintain Operational Level 4 (now an international language requirement enforced by ICAO – International Civil Aviation Organization).image

The Student’s course of study is supported by a self-study CD-ROM with interactive animations and pronunciation support.


Let’s discuss your specific needs and we can design a course of study best suited for you or your company.

Project Details

  • Date Jan 2012
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