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MARCH 2016 EDITION
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Welcome to this month's Communication for Professional Development (CPD) newsletter where the focus is on reinvigorating your career. Read on to learn more about our English for Specific Purposes (ESP) courses and find out how one of our students benefitted from attending the English for Marketing course. Also, meet one of our extremely talented and dedicated teachers who thrives on the success of her students and learn key communication skills to advance your career. We look forward to seeing you at one of our next ESP courses - English for Marketing, English for Negotiating, Speaking for Business Contexts, and English for Job Applications and Interview Essentials - starting on 05 March.

Lambrine Pavlou
CPD Course Coordinator

What are English for Specific Purposes courses?
Our Students - Rhoda Malebye
Our Teachers - Gela Ohl
Career Communication Skills - Pitching
Upcoming courses
What are English for Specific Purposes courses?
When learning a new language, it is necessary to use the language every day and to study as often as you possibly can. Here are a few tips to help you achieve the most of your foreign language learning...
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Our Students - Rhoda Malebye
I am driven by success and so my work ethic is unquestionable. I take pride in accomplishing impressive performance outputs. To enhance my abilities, I attended the English for Marketing course. It was eye opening...
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Our Teachers - Gela Ohl
As a young matriculant, teaching was my first career choice but circumstances pushed me into a career of commerce...
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Career Communication Skills - Pitching
Pitching is the art of presenting a business idea or proposal to a decision maker, potential investor, supplier, customer, colleague or employee. The "elevator pitch" is a brief summary of the business opportunity being presented. A "sales pitch" focuses on the product or service only and is generally aimed at customers. Every pitch has to be adapted to the listener. However, whether it is for a formal presentation to a group or an informal exchange with an individual, the guidelines below will make the pitch more effective.
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