Communicative English (CEP)

This programme is specifically designed for busy professionals who see effective communication as a vital factor in their workplace. The Communicative English Programme will help you to improve your communication skills and function more efficiently at work among your colleagues, managers and staff.

This programme is registered under the HRDF. Company Contract Training is also available for this course.

This programme is also suitable for college students who want to improve their English proficiency to be better prepared to enter the workforce.

This part-time programme covers Communicative English skills ranging from Elementary to Intermediate. Each level consists of 2 modules and takes 12 weeks to complete (6 weeks per module).

  • Elementary through to Intermediate levels
  • Each level is 12 weeks in duration
  • Approximately 48 instructional hours per level
  • ELS Certificate of Attendance for students
Course ObjectivesAt the end of this course, students should be able to:

  • Achieve full potential for professional success.
  • Master speaking, listening and reading skills for effective communication.
Course Structure

  • 9am – 1pm every Saturday over 12 weeks per level

  • None
Maximum Class Size

  • 15 students per class




Shinora Miyuki, JAPAN

First and foremost, I got the courage to talk with people who come from abroad. Because there are little opportunities to communicate with them in Japan, I was really nervous at first. However, soon I could feel relax at ELS. The teachers and classmates are so kind and friendly! Second, I knew a lot of differences about culture. Since more than half of students are from the Middle East such as Iraq and Iran, which are unfamiliar to Japanese people, the stories they told to me were interesting. For example, I didn’t know that Iraqi and Iranian use the same word which means something quite different to each. Third, I learned how to study English. When a new word appears, everyone tried to explain the meaning in English using their own words. It helped me not only increase my vocabulary but also how to speak English. I am also used to using an English-English dictionary. After I go back to Japan, I will try to use many words which I learned from Ms. Anita and Mr. Steven and I will try to find someone with whom I talk in English! If I cannot find anyone, I use mirror – Ms. Rachel told me to do so! Thank you for everything! Mr. Steven, Ms. Anita, Ms. Rachel and my classmates in 108, arigato!

Session Dates

  • 11 Oct 2014 - 22 Nov 2014
  • 10 Jan 2015 - 14 Feb 2015
  • 28 Feb 2015 - 4 Apr 2015
  • 18 Apr 2015 - 23 May 2015
  • 30 May 2015 - 11 Jul 2015
  • 8 Aug 2015 - 12 Sep 2015
  • 26 Sep 2015 - 7 Nov 2015
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