A course with Angela Harwood will give you:
- The key to winning and keeping successful contracts because of the linguistic fluency and social confidence that you wouldn’t otherwise have achieved
- Increased confidence to enable the development of contacts, and the ability to communicate with them on the right level
- Acceptance within the potential client’s social environment and being able to interpret certain signals and nuances
- A better understanding of British culture which will provide many advantages for diplomats and international or British businessmen or businesswomen wishing to enhance their international careers
- Optimum use of your time whilst in the UK
Location and Timings
- At your own premises or arranged by us in Henley or London
- Dates and timetables negotiated to suit your diary
- All Programmes are preceded by an initial discussion to assess your needs, offer advice, and ensure clarity of your objectives and confirmation that we can meet them
- Strict confidentiality is maintained at all times
Contact Angela today to discuss your requirements and arrange your first coaching session:
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What people say...
“Angela Harwood has been a great teacher: very patient, kind and accurate. I really enjoyed being tutored by her!
Now I have become a university professor. My stay in Oxford and the improvement of the English language I experienced there was outstandingly important for my career.”
“I came to UK in 2006 to start my motorsport career on the path to F1. I could hardly speak any English and it was difficult to communicate with the team and the media.
After a few months having private tuition with Angela my English improved dramatically. Being very honest I never thought I would enjoy myself learning English, but I really did! She is one of the best teachers I had, that’s for sure.”
“Without Angela’s active encouragement and specialised tuition for the IELTS exam, her Preparation for Interview skills, and Cultural Awareness, I would not have won a place to read Economics at Oxford University.”