Learn English to find employment or for career development
Whether you are in work or looking for work, we can help with your career development.
Learn the workplace culture and language to progress towards your individual learning goals.
Looking for work?
English for Job Seekers
Intensive 48-hour course over four weeks
(12 hours per week).
Develop your job-seeking skills and English for the Kiwi workplace.
Learn how to approach employers with a suitable CV, respond to interview questions and develop your professional networking skills.
Your English level needs to be intermediate and above (confident users of English).
Need career development?
English for Employees
Free 30 or 45 hour, part-time course.
Improve your English skills for your job.
Learn more about Kiwi workplace culture and how to communicate well with customers and staff.
Focus on work-related literacy and numeracy.
You must be a resident with a job (full or part-time).
What will I learn?
You will learn the English that is used in New Zealand workplaces. You will also learn about Kiwi workplace culture and helpful information about employment in New Zealand.
Work Talk Focus on finding work in New Zealand. Learn how to approach employers and tailor your CV for specific job applications. Prepare and practise for job interviews and develop your professional networking skills
English for Employees Learn English to communicate well in your job and work safely. You can also learn about cultural issues and expectations of the Kiwi workplace.
When are classes held?
Classes are held at different times to suit learners. Contact your local centre to find the best times for you.
How long are courses?
Work Talk is a 48-hour course. It is 12 hours per week for four weeks.
English for Employees is a 45-hour course. It is a part-time course, with flexible hours (2-4 hours per week, often outside working hours, unless during work time is appropriate)
How much does the course cost?
Work Talk There may be a fee. (ask your centre)
English for Employees Courses are free, but you must be a citizen or resident with a job.
WHAT OUR WORKPLACE LEARNERS SAY
How real learners found their experience