Online Course English for Construction

Minimum entry level: Beginner

English for Construction  course description

Our live online English for Construction course combines a strong grammar syllabus with the industry related vocabulary. Our online English teacher will help you become much more confident in communicating in English with your clients and colleagues. The course combines role-plays and a variety of exercises and will provide an engaging and motivating environment for your progress.


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English for Construction  course outcomes

By the end of the course you will be able to:

– Talk about different jobs and roles in the Construction Industry
– Talk about trades and materials
– Follow and give instructions
– Ask and answer questions about deliveries
– Ask and answer questions about equipment
– Describe and explain problems


English for Construction  course sample syllabus

– The construction industry: introducing yourself and others, talking about jobs in the construction industry, understanding a house plan
– Trades: describing trades and the stages of trade training, talking about materials, making calculations, giving instructions
– Heavy equipment: delivery, controls and equipment, equipment on site
– Building supplies: placing and confirming orders, checking stock items, talking about insulation, explaining problems
– On site: working with sub-contractors, following directions, understanding different types of weather, giving reasons
– Health and Safety: warning signs, site safety, first aid, waste disposal
– The contractor’s office: dealing with clients and projects, giving calculations, calculating an area, describing the shape of constructions
– Planning ahead: projects, schedules, making comparisons, writing quantities
Team work: roles and responsibilities
– Design: technical drawing, estimates, discussing ideas and improvements
– Equipment: faults, repairs
– Processes: sequencing events, planning a process, explaining charges
– Documentation: document control, talking about amendments, giving specific information about documents


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