Course Description

The full-time adult Internship course covers the areas of listening, speaking, reading, writing and grammar. Students complete a self-study pack which is marked by the Academic Management Team.

This course starts with full-time General English and Specialised English: CV & cover letter writing, applications, taxation, contracts, interview skills, etc for 1 week, followed by unpaid work experience for 3 to 12 weeks.

The Internship will give students work experience and improved language skills in a professional environment. The placement will develop the learning of life skills such as team work, task completion, decision making, organisational skills, communication skills, confidence building etc.

Students have use of a coursebook in class and are given homework as part of the course.

Students can attend a weekly language clinic, free of charge, where they will get one-to-one help on any aspect of English they wish to review.

Students can attend English 2000 social activities and excursions, to help build confidence in practising English outside the classroom environment. Some activities are free and all excursions will incur a charge and this is payable at Reception. Certain activities and some excursions are for students aged 18+ only.

Work Experience

  • Unpaid work experience in a professional environment
  • Hours and work are decided by the placement provider
  • Specific placements cannot be guaranteed, placements may be in any company or office
  • It may be necessary to take a bus or train to the placement
  • There are no fees for finding the work placement

Tuition

  • General English 20 lessons / 15 hours per week
  • Specialised English 4 lessons / 3 hours per week
  • Self-Study Pack
  • Language Clinic
  • Maximum 16 in a class

Learner Objectives

  • By the end of the course, learners will have:
  • Studied and practised a range of grammar in context relevant to their level
  • Read texts for gist and detail
  • Listened to texts for gist and detail
  • Studied and practised a range of lexis and functional language in context
  • Studied and practised pronunciation accuracy
  • Planned, organised and produced pieces of written work

Entry Requirements

  • The minimum age is 16
  • The minimum level is B1 Intermediate up to C2 Proficiency
  • Full CV
  • Motivation Letter
  • Photo
  • EU Nationals

Course Accreditation

  • An English 2000 Certificate
  • An English 2000 Course Report
  • A Placement Report

Course Dates

Weekly