• A strong knowledge of the English language a key to career advancement

    Posted on: Զع¹ 28th, 2013 by Pixel@110

    I note that the Careers Expo is being held on the 5th and 6th July at the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center. This event is a good starting point to reflect on some aspects relating to employment.

    1. The possession of advanced English communication skills will greatly improve the chances of career enhancement for Thai staff in whatever field they operate in, particularly with Asean Economic Community 2015 imminent.

    English Click can deliver English language training to suit the individual needs of the student.

    2. Applying for a job or new position and appearing at an interview is a crucial process that requires attention to details and practice in any language. Increasingly, with continuing globalization in the workplace, job recruitment is being undertaken in English.

    For those wishing to make a job application and attend an interview conducted in the English language, English Click can provide specialized training to help the student perform successfully.

    3. The range of professions and work pursuits available to people is huge – and one factor that makes life extremely interesting! And each area of work has its own particular ‘jargon’ or specialized language, often unknown to people outside the profession.

    English Click is able to provide a very wide selection of English language training that focuses on the contexts and English vocabulary and expressions that apply to particular professions.

    4. Continuing job training, including English language instruction, is a ‘win-win’ situation for both the organization that arranges the training sessions and the individual participants themselves. Increased knowledge and higher skill ability will enable both the organization and its staff to prosper.


    English language vocabulary

    Expo (noun): exhibition, fair

    reflect on (verb + preposition): think about

    aspects (noun): areas

    imminent (adjective): coming soon

    crucial (adjective): extremely important

    perform (verb): do, carry out

    pursuits (noun): followings

    contexts (noun): situations

    participants (noun): people taking part

    prosper (verb): become richer