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ALTE CEF Assessment

This multiple choice assessment tool covers a range of grammar and lexis. Each correct answer receives one mark. This gives a final score out of fifty.


1-14            Elementary (Level 1)

15-35          Intermediate (Level 2)

35+             Advanced (Level 3)


Learn a process approach and write more confidently and effectively in English.  You'll learn to tailor your writing to your readers and develop a range of language that you use in your writing.

Negotiation Skills

Whether hammering out details of a complicated contract, settling a dispute with a client, or making trade-offs between business units – Negotiation is a necessary and challenging aspect of business life.

Dynamic Presentation Skills

Aimed at today's busy executives and those studying for or wishing to further their careers in business, Dynamic Presentation Skills looks at what constitutes a successful, motivating presentation and gives learners an insight into the essential skills and techniques they will need to ensure their presentations are both motivating and memorable.


For learners of Business English at intermediate & Upper-intermediate level who want to write better emails.

Business English Grammar for Non-0Native Speakers

Strengthen Business English Grammar principles in a simple, easy to understand and comprehend, format.

Dana Spicer

English assessment scores illustrate the need for speaking, listening and writing improvement.  The underlying challenge is the demand  for reinforcement of basic grammatical principles, therefore, ‘BEE’ includes a supplemental focus using BEG, Business English Grammar for Non-Native Speakers.

The initial 50 hours of 'BEE' will provide a learning environment for Level 2 and Level 3 participants, (*ALTE assessment scores ranging from 2 through 3+).

Course goals include tackling some of the most common challenges for Thai learners of English like missing verbs, plural "s", verb conjugation over twelve tenses, "ever-never" and modal verbs, plus overcoming written and spoken English production issues including word order and phrase building.

 Learning Outcomes:

  1. Communicate by ‘sending-receiving-responding’ and questioning for better understanding
  2. Identify and apply grammatical principles to spoken and written English
  3. Differentiate between statements and questions through a better understanding of the differences in tone and stressed phonemes in Thai and English.
  4. Manage written correspondence, (email), by developing a system of continued improvement of common written responses and descriptions.
  5. Plan, create, rehearse and deliver a well-organized presentation
  6. Explain in more abstract detail, complex concepts in English.

Business English Essentials - Participant Module

Participant Module

BEE - 'Business English Essentials' is offered in three levels of training and covers the following topics in an integrated skills curriculum:

  • Introductions & Socializing
  • Contact Management & Relationship Building
  • Telephone Skills: Outbound / Inbound
  • Presentation Skills, Meetings
  • Decision Making & Assertiveness
  • Sales & Persuasive English Training
  • Business Writing: Correspondence, Email & Reports
  • Dynamic Leadership & Communication Skills
  • Telecommunication & Teleconferencing
  • Negotiation Skills

Better Business Writing


The essence of business writing is not simply transmitting data; it is conveying complex ideas and the relationships among them. Complicating this task is the relentless time pressure that is a fact of business life today. This collection aims to help busy executives and employees learn to organize their ideas quickly and communicate them clearly and concisely.


Angelia Herrin
Group Editor, Newsletters

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Presentation Skills

Making good presentations is more than just good delivery:  It involves developing a strategy that fits your audience and purpose, having good content, and organizing materials effectively.  The choices that you make in each of these areas are affected by your purposes, the audience and the situation.