Business English Skills: Meetings & Socializing

A premier workshop for business professionals. Designed to boost understanding and confidence working with international clients and co-workers.

Prices and registration

Business English Skills, part 1; 'Meetings and Socializing' is a premier program for business professionals working with international corporations, customers and co-workers.

The program is designed to boost your confidence and professional demeanour when using English as a second language in your work life.


We offer you a tailored premium program consisting of 2 separate workshops, each covering an important and specific part of working in an international business environment. The workshops will be efficient, professional and include lots of practical training.

The focus for this first workshop in the series will be ‘Meetings & Socializing’, and will cover the following topics:



  • Small talk
  • Networking



  • Starting and ending a meeting
  • Asking for and giving an update
  • Making suggestions
  • How to make interruptions
  • Participating in a decision-making meeting 
  • Disagreement and criticism
  • Negotiating 



  • Duration: 12 academic hours. 1 lesson per week á 3 academic hours.
  • Diploma: All attendees will get a digital diploma when the course is finished.
  • Requirements: All attendees must be at or near B1 level in English.


This is a premier program with limited number of seats.


Feedback from former students

Synes dette var et veldig nyttig kurs. Til tross for at jeg er ganske komfortabel med å snakke engelsk ble jeg utfordret og lærte mye.”

“Synes det var en god opplevelse. Meget dyktig instruktør.”

”It was easy to talk with Stephanie and she helped me with my presentations. She gave me the feedback I needed.”

“The teacher has a big role on our interaction and inspire me to speak every time. The questions and subjects were a good and match my need.”

I learned a lot and I became more sure of myself.”




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Stephanie Vizcay Tjensvold
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