Language Courses

 

Tower’s language department now provides private classes for managers and intensive immersion training for one or more students.

All of Tower’s language classes are provided on-site or in our own classrooms by highly qualified language professors in their native language. The selection of language courses on offer includes Advanced Language Skills Training (EN, FR, GE), Mini-Group Courses (EN, FR, GE, IT, LU, SP), Business English Training for Executives and Semi-Intensive and Full Immersion Courses in all the popular languages. Another option for busy employees is our extremely convenient web-based English Language courses that feature listening and speech recognition capabilities and allow the user to study at his or her convenience without being committed to a set time or location!

Available Language Courses

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The purpose of this Course is to help the student(s) learn or improve their skills in the target language (i.e., English). Upon completion of the course, they will have a good knowledge of the correct terminology required for everyday social and business situations – listening, speaking, reading, and writing.

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The purpose of this Course is to ensure that the client(s) hear and speak only the target language on an undisturbed basis away from their office and normal working language.The instruction is designed to help them quickly learn terminology and grammar so they will be more comfortable (fluent) in everyday business and social situations – listening, speaking, reading, and writing.

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This course consists of ‘one to one’ training sessions at least twice per week which are designed strictly for busy executives who want to have individual lessons tailored to their specific linguistic skills and business requirements – banking, marketing, logistics, etc.

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This interactive speaking skills course provides the participants with the knowledge and abilities needed to achieve the five essential skills of an effective speaker:

  • Persuade
  • Inform
  • Impress
  • Convince
  • Get result

Being able to present ideas in a clear and organized way helps you to become more effective in everyday situations such as chairing a meeting, making a presentation, teaching a course or work process, making a speech, accepting an award, and speaking at social functions.

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Presented by Christopher E J Heath, Managing Partner, EuroMondiale, this workshop addresses the question of “How do I get my superiors to listen to me?” Many communication skills courses assume that there is no power difference between the communicators but the reality is that we often must communicate across different levels of authority! What should we do?

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This course is for anyone who must correspond in writing with internal or external recipients and would like to produce clear and concise documents as quickly and efficiently as possible. At the end of the training, the participants will have a good knowledge of how to effectively ‘communicate’ when writing formal business letters, reports (narrative or analytical), e-mails, faxes and, time permitting, a review of important details concerning Power Point Presentations in English.

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In the best companies, all employees have clear and consistent information about company strategy and objectives. They know what the priorities are. The purpose of an employee communication strategy is to improve knowledge and understanding of the proposed approach to major change, both in particular teams and in relation to the organization as a whole. Effective internal communication is critical to improved performance and successful change management strategy.

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It goes without saying that report writing is not necessarily the most exciting part of a person’s professional life. However, it is almost certainly one of the most important things that they have to do. Reports serve many purposes from helping leaders make important decisions, to presenting information concerning new strategies or summarizing actions that have already been taken.
There are many types of reports, including technical research papers, market analyses, feedback from meetings, staff appraisals, and simple team memos. Often, the hardest part of preparing a report is the initial step of ‘getting started’ and this course will help the participants learn how to gather their thoughts, collect the data and draft the initial outline.

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The purpose of this 30-hour Course is to help the participants become skilled at the target language (terminology and fluency) that they require for everyday business and social situations – listening, speaking, reading, and writing.

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An understanding of proper telephone courtesy is useful for anyone who regularly must use a telephone in his or her job. When customers or potential clients phone a company, they expect to have a prompt and courteous response. If this is not the case, they may develop a false impression of the company they are calling. While telephone courtesy is only one part of the equation, it is clear that improper or impolite behaviour can often adversely affect a relationship.

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Is your presentation too long, too detailed, or, perhaps, too boring? Does the prospect of presenting it to an audience make you nervous or agitated? If, like most of us, you feel there is room for improvement, this course could be for you!

Whether you are addressing an audience of 10 or 100; your presentation style can act as a catalyst to light the audience on fire, or put them to sleep! The best presenters know that telling a story is a good way to get a point across! They speak with purpose and Vision!

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When you are asked to give a speech, do you wonder if the myth that great speakers are born, ‘not made’ is true? Do you wonder how some people can stand in front of an audience with no anxiety and give a moving, dynamic speech?

Well, the fact is that most people who are great speakers have spent years developing and practicing their skill. They know that more than 50% of the audience’s impression relates to what they’ve seen and not what the speaker said.

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The purpose of this Course is to ensure that the client(s) hear and speak only the target language on an undisturbed basis away from their office and normal working language.

The instruction is designed to help them quickly learn terminology and grammar so they will be more comfortable (fluent) in everyday business and social situations – listening, speaking, reading, and writing.

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