Executive Development Program (EDP)

For a long time, the focus in industry and related fields was on to conduct ‘hard’ skills. These skills were more job-specific and were actually related to technical knowledge. However, in the field of employment, the employers today are looking for the candidate who have mastered the Soft Skills and have had professional training in personality development. Today, achieving all-round development requires not only technical skills but also soft skills, which prepare the candidates for the job market in the new global order.

Course Content

  • Voice & Accent
  • Body language
  • Public speaking
  • Group discussion
  • Role plays
  • Communication skill
  • Presentation skills
  • Personality development
  • Business English
  • Attitude Training
  • Mastery in Interview
  • Letter Writing Skill
  • Email Drafting
  • Project Based Learning ( PBL)

Business English at Work ( BEW)

Many students learned the fundamentals of grammar in elementary school. As students progressed through junior high and high school, teachers concentrated on writing—not grammar. Because of the increasing use of e-mail communications, proper grammar is more important than ever before. The correct use of English is tantamount to getting and holding a job. Business English at Work helps students learn and review grammar by using relevant activities that students are likely to encounter in the workplace. As students progress through the course, they will be more confident and proud of their writing skills. The tools that they learn in Business English at Work will help them communicate more effectively in business and in all aspects of their lives.