Corporate Trainings

Corporate training program is designed to strengthen the student’s language skills with the end-goal of achieving success in communicating with potential clients, business partners and fellow colleagues. Each course is designed to hone the student’s productive (speaking and writing) and receptive (reading and listening) skills. The curriculum is designed to aid partner companies in providing quality and solid language training to its new hires, managers and supervisors. The modules offered are customized according to the learning objectives of the group to be trained. The company may hand pick the topics accordingly. Since The Study’s ultimate goal is to help the trainees be better and more equipped in what they are tasked to do, affordable group rates are applied.




Reviewing the Foundations of Grammar

  • Verb Tenses
  • Subject – Verb Agreement
  • Sentence Construction
  • Sentence Variety
  • Prepositions
  • Clauses

Common Grammar Errors in the Workplace

  • Commonly misused words & sayings
  • Pronouns: nominative & objective cases
  • Subject – verb agreement
  • Prepositions
  • Tenses

Public Speaking

  • Debate simulations
  • Presentation skills
  • Speeches for various presentations & occasions
  • Vocal variety
  • Content
  • Creating audience impact
  • Organization of ideas & improving the thought process
  • Effective visual aids
  • Bridging the gap with your audience
  • Establishing dredibility through non-verbals
  • The importance of power dressing
  • Self-improvement through feedback
  • Personality development
  • Modulation through vocalization

Effective Verbal Communication

  • Accent modification
  • Pronunciation, intonation, and accent neutralization
  • Effective communication in the workplace
  • Negotiating
  • Checking and understanding
  • Paraphrasing for clarifications
  • Avoiding conflict & conflict resolution

Business Writing

  • Inferring information from context clues
  • Effective reading & Comprehending
  • Expressing Empathy and sincerity in written communication
  • Writing concise emails
  • Indicating slaient points in responses
  • Summarizing blocks of information
  • Distilling important information
  • Proofreading
  • Crisis management through emails: avoiding conflict & conflict resolution
  • Proposal, Memorandum, and Report Writing
  • Making an impact in presentations (visual aids)

Cultural Exchange

  • Understanding European / Asian / American cultures
  • Cultural background
  • Understanding business practices
  • Understanding dos & don’ts
  • Understanding verbal & non-verbal differences

Customer Service

  • Building rapport
  • Email, phone, and video conferencing etiquette
  • Active listening & responding
  • Conversation management
  • Customer education
  • Overcoming objections
  • Dealing with irate customers


Foreign languages