Learning how to be a good communicator involves being exposed to three important terms: grammar, fluency, and communication skills. Here’s a sample logical explanation that links the three altogether: Possessing the ideal communication skills requires fluency in a certain language by means of using proper techniques in grammar and other factors.
We’re doing our own Novemberfest as, not a “beer-fest”, but more of an “English-fest”! We’re generous in discounts as we are offering lowered rates for both our corporate and public training courses until the end of the month.
Despite recent reports that show Filipinos getting ahead in speaking English, there are still thousands who are struggling communicators. The basics considered by a native English speaker surprisingly remain as challenges to an average Pinoy, hence the birth of “carabao English”.
Apart from its well-loved tourist attractions and trademark Filipino hospitality, the Philippines is a country that promises a more productive and memorable experience to every non-native English speaking tourist by means of comprehensive and cost-effective ESL (English as a Second Language) training.
Education is highly crucial in making a student of any age and level more globally competitive, just like professional skills training to an employee of any rank and designation. Being well-educated and well-skilled at the same time is what the world demands for an ideal workforce, and for survival. The quality of education in the Philippines has deteriorated over time due to lack of resources vis a vis the continuously growing number of enrolled young individuals — an ongoing challenge to the nation despite its economic progress, the increase in foreign investments, and considering today’s business practices and lifestyles heavily influenced by modern technology.