Finished Part 1 With Sound English In International Commerce A Policy Regulations

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  • ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN INTERNATIONAL COMMERCE AND MEDIA COMMUNICATONS:
  • This is a course designed specifically with both Lecturers and Undergraduate ESL, EFL Students in mind.
  • The English Language has now become a powerful International, Multi – Cultural Communication Tool: English is the leading business language, used on a world – Wide scale.
  • * ALL YOUR WRITTEN LECTURE NOTES SHOULD BE BROUGHT WITH YOU TO THE FOLLOWING SEMINAR FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES.  * EACH STUDENT TO BE GIVEN A COPY OF COURSE POLICY, RULES AND REGULATIONS, UPON PAYING OF FEES OR PRECEEDING THE COURSE. 
  • All students are EXPECTED to be here because they wish to improve their language skills, particularly conversation. For this purpose, they are asked to have a good attitude towards the course and all related study.
  • Please Note: It is a Non Refund Policy Legislation.
  • The students will be treated as adults on this course, so it is expected of them to behave with Respect: for their tutor and each other. Please remember: CONCENTRATION AND DEDICATION are your best policies! 
  • COURSE FEES:Are to be paid at the beginning of each period of study, in advance of each lesson. Unless the student chooses to pay for the whole Course IN ADVANCE.
  • Please Note: All Policy Procedure is subject to the Course Policy Procedures and Sub – Clauses, as stated above.
  • Schedule dates and times to be set later, by your course Tutor.
  • Students are expected to take their study seriously; they are here to have an enjoyable learning experience.
  • NON ALCHOHOLIC DRINKS are allowed, but these are not provided and must be purchased outside the premises, before the course.
  • It is asked that you respect the above policies. Thank you and wishing you a pleasant and useful learning experience!
  • Finished Part 1 With Sound English In International Commerce A Policy Regulations

    1. 1. English In International Commerce.<br />Using English Language As A Global Business Communication Tool… <br />
    2. 2. By Melody Amina Edwards. BA HONS UK; TESOL DIP Canada.<br />I have worked in all hierarchical educational fields for many years in a total of 7 different countries , so far. <br />They include: The UK and Canada. Various Middle Eastern countries: Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, Egypt, Turkey and Malaysia. <br />More recently, I am expanding my experience to include Asia and the far east, Insha - Allah. <br />
    3. 3. The Art Of Global English:<br />
    4. 4. THE COURSE ETHOS AND PHILOSOPHY: <br />The main objective: To improve SPOKEN ENGLISH.<br />FOR THIS REASON. DURING ALL LECTURES AND SEMINARS. It is expected of you NOT to speak in Arabic to the Tutor or other Students in anything other than the English language. Note taking is a compulsory condition of the course. All notes should be written in English only!<br />* ALL YOUR WRITTEN LECTURE NOTES SHOULD BE BROUGHT WITH YOU TO THE FOLLOWING SEMINAR FOR DISCUSSION PURPOSES. <br /> <br />
    5. 5. We encourage diversity and innovation!<br />
    6. 6. Further Notes: The Course Policy<br />The copy should be acknowledged by a signed receipt of the course policies, in agreement by the student and each student will then be given a receipt, signed by the course Tutor to acknowledge receipt of their payment. Once this whole procedure has taken place. The Student is totally financially and academically committed to this total course of study, until it is fully completed.<br />
    7. 7. Student Study: Attitude! <br />All students are EXPECTED to be here because they wish to improve their language skills, particularly conversation. For this purpose, they are asked to have a good attitude towards the course and all related study.<br />
    8. 8. Course Fees:<br />A SPECIAL DISCOUNT WILL BE OFFERED TO THOSE STUDENTS WHO DO CHOOSE TO PAY THEIR FEES IN ADVANCE:<br />THIS WILL CONSTITUTE QUITE A SAVING! FOR THOSE OF YOU, NOT YET IN FULL – TIME EMPLOYMENT OR STILL AT YOUR PERIOD OF STUDY. E.G. AT COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY.<br />FEES WILL NOT BE REFUNDED:<br /> <br />
    9. 9. Non – Refundable Policy: Sub Clauses<br /> <br />1a) Fees paid by students will not be refunded for any of the following reasons.<br /> <br />2b) A student failure of attendance, for whatever reason.<br /> <br />3c) A student change of direction and preference of an 'alternative choice' of study. I.e. another different course or subject.<br /> <br />4d) Lack of transportation facilities. E.g. car problems or failure.<br /> <br />Terminal illnesses or sudden attacks of bad health.<br />
    10. 10. The Course Timetable<br />Both the Lectures and the Seminars are to be held once weekly. This means you will attend one Lecture per week and one Seminar.<br />Each Lecture and each Seminar is expected to last for at least an approximation of: One hour, depending on related materials, verbal communications and unforeseen circumstances.<br />Students signing up for the course are expected to be punctual<br /> (Not to arrive late) and to come fully prepared and equipped for each lesson. <br />
    11. 11. Student Membership; Regulations<br />Verbal abuse and disrespect will not be tolerated and will result in immediate termination of the course. PLEASE NOTE: Termination of an abusive student will mean A NO MONETARY REFUND POLICY. Therefore any student who is asked to leave, for the above, stated reasons, will not receive any return of their previously paid course fees.<br /> <br />Student’s Signature: Date of signing:<br /> <br />Tutor’s Signature: Date of signing:<br /> <br />Amount Paid: Paid in full.<br /> <br />
    12. 12. Your Contact Details:<br />Please put your CONTACT DETAILS: <br />PHONE: EMAIL:<br />HOME ADDRESS:<br /> <br />NON ALCHOHOLIC DRINKS are allowed, but these are not provided and must be purchased outside the premises, before the course. <br /> <br /> <br />This is a serious course of study and it is hoped that all students entering the premises will receive a valuable learning experience. All students will be encouraged to use as much verbal participation as possible.<br /> <br />
    13. 13. The ‘Quietness and Repect’ Rule<br />There is a general 'quietness and respect' rule to be applied during all Lectures. This is to ensure that your Lecturer can give you the benefit of their experience and you can make notes for future reference and seminars.<br />You, as the student will be encouraged as much as possible to make<br />‘Intelligent conversation’ during all Seminars. The general idea being, to generate and promote a sound and interesting discussion group. Please join in and give opinions etc. <br />'REMEMBER PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT!'<br />
    14. 14. The End! <br />

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