Corporate Clients

English Language Training for Corporate Clients


Trinity Language Centre (TLC) provides flexible English language training for company employees. Whether you’re based overseas and are looking for a residential course in the UK, or already working in the UK and wish to improve your English skills, TLC can provide the training you require.

Bespoke courses can be designed to match your or your employees’ needs. It may be one to one training for a Director, who is currently working in the UK and wishes to improve their conversational English, or a residential Business English course designed for a group of middle managers. Study visits will focus mainly on English language but may also include visits and activities, team building and management and leadership training.

Courses are available throughout the year. Course durations can vary from one to one session on a daily or weekly basis to a 3-day intensive conversational English course. We can also offer more substantial courses which combine other topics and skills. Business English is taught by our partner, Imagine English, who uses an innovative accelerated learning approach. Prices may vary according to the duration and the time of year.

The region of North Wales lends itself perfectly to corporate clients wishing to improve their English. Clients may stay at Trinity House in Llandudno. Alternatively they may prefer to stay in a hotel, guest house or self-catering accommodation locally. Whatever your preference, TLC will help with all accommodation and transport arrangements. Quotations will include a number of accommodation choices to suit your needs.

All fees and prices are subject to negotiation and agreement and a quote can be provided on request.




Sample Business English Programme for Corporate Clients

Day Morning Afternoon Evening
Day 1 - Airport Transfer to Llandudno
- Light lunch on arrival
- Welcome meeting and briefing
- Rest and settling in
- Evening meal in local restaurant
Day 2 - Breakfast
- Business English class, at two levels if required (3 hours with 15 minute break)
- Sandwich and salad lunch
- Tour of Llandudno, Conwy and surrounding area
- Evening meal at the Centre
- Evening team building exercise in preparation for Day 3 afternoon activities
Day 3 - Breakfast
- Packed lunch
- Team Building exercise in the outdoors, including climbing, abseiling, caving , high ropes courses or quad biking
- Evening meal at centre - Evening relaxation and visit to local hostelries
Day 4 - Breakfast
- Business English class, at two levels if required (3 hours with 15 minute break)
- Lunch at the management centre
- Leadership and Decision making exercise at Bangor University Management Centre
- Evening meal at Bangor University Management Centre
Day 5 - Breakfast
- Business English class, at two levels if required (3 hours with 15 minute break)
- Packed lunch
- Further Team Building exercise in the outdoors, including climbing, abseiling, caving , high ropes courses or quad biking
- Evening meal
- Evening relaxation and visit to local hostelries
Day 6 - Breakfast
- Business English class, at two levels if required (3 hours with 15 minute break)
- Light lunch
- Personal development exercise and language development review exercise, individual action planning
- Evening meal in restaurant
- Review of learning and visit to local hostelries
Day 7 - Breakfast - Depart for airport




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