English for Information Technology is fully tailored to the specific needs of developers, programmers, and technicians. Whether you are new to the sector or are a working professional, you will learn and practice the specific English skills required to excel in your profession. English Castle teachers focus on the specific vocabulary and syntax you need depending on your objectives.
English for Construction combines a strong grammar syllabus with the specialist vocabulary students need to succeed in this area. It contains topics that reflect the latest developments in the field making it immediately relevant to students’ needs. The CD-ROM accompanying the book contains the course book audio and interactive glossaries.
English for the Oil Industry combines language and communication related to a range of activities within the oil, gas and energy industry: the processes of exploration, extraction, refining, transportation, and marketing products.
This course is for professionals working in the tourism industry and students of tourism to further their education. It builds the professional skills needed for the tourist industry while developing language. Authentic material from Dorling Kindersley’s acclaimed Eyewitness Travel Guides explores some of the world’s top tourist destinations. It is a three-level course starting with per-intermediate to upper-intermediate.
This four level course uses informative illustrations to present and explain technical concepts. It is ideal for vocational education and for teaching company employees. The Technical English series is a challenging and rewarding course. It provides students with, not only the language skills necessary to function effectively on technical courses or in the workplace, but also the everyday English needed in a variety of situations.
Suitable for law students and newly qualified lawyers, this leading course uses academic and professional contexts to develop an understanding of the law whilst consolidating the language skills needed for a career in the legal profession.
This course develops the communication skills and specialist English language knowledge of engineering professionals, enabling them to communicate more confidently and effectively with colleagues and customers. It covers topics common to all kinds of engineering – including civil, electrical and mechanical – such as procedures and precautions; monitoring and control; and engineering design. Authentic activities – from describing technical problems and suggesting solutions to working with drawings – make the course relevant and motivating.
In short, manageable units, this course focuses on the everyday language needed by hotel employees. It deals with a range of customer-facing situations, including reception, bar work, and answering the telephone.