Online Lessons “English for Human Resources”

– With a free Demo lesson, level assessment, tailor-made Study Plan, regular Progress Reports and CPD Course Completion Certificate in line with CEFR

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Online lessons “English for Human Resources” with a qualified British teacher 

These online lessons “English for Human Resources” are a perfect solution for Human Resources professionals wanting to learn the common job-related English terms and expressions. Our online English teachers will provide you with a framework for communicating in recruitment, appraisals, Health and Safety and staff development. You will learn English for writing job advertisements and contracts, handling meetings and interviews, conflict resolution and provision of effective learning strategies for the future.

 

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Book a FREE Demo English lesson with your level assessment and a tailor-made Study Plan

Have questions? Book a quick video chat with our online English teacher Ruth

 

English for Human Resources course outcomes

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

– Develop your ability to communicate using HR terminology in English
– Improve your skills in conducting job interviews and recruitment in English
– Improve your skills in conducting Staff Appraisals
– Develop your understanding of the language associated with Financing and Human Resources
– Improve your understanding of all HR processes
– Advance your English Speaking and Business Writing skills

 

English for Human Resources course sample syllabus

– Recruitment
– Training, motivation and rewards
– Redundancies and settlements
– Organisation and leadership
– Financing personnel
– Insurance and pensions
– Managing change
– Social welfare
– Labour law
– National and international labour market
– Internationalisation of work practices
– Effective communication skills for meetings and negotiations
– Effective telephoning skills
– Hosting visits, socialising, meeting and greeting
– Persuading and compromising
– Written communication including email, reports and formal letters
– Making proposals, offers, suggestions
– Professional hospitality