You complete an English test and a Needs Analysis during your first lesson and your host teacher plans a course specifically designed to meet your needs.
You and your host teacher review the course content and your progress as you go along but there is always a formal review half way through your course.
Many students taking a Business and Professional English course are fully aware that they need to improve their competence and confidence in using English generally as well as developing their skills in relation to their particular business or professional needs.
So Business and Professional English means developing your overall skills in using English but also focussing on specific functions and contexts that you need in your work.
Examples of contexts that are often asked for are:
The daily routine and timetable is obviously discussed between you and your host and depends on your needs and the specific language areas you wish to focus on. As an example, a typical weekday on a twenty-hour-per week course might be the following: