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Occupational English Test

Passing the OET for nurses can mean a better job, a higher income, or more job opportunities. While there are many reasons to take and pass the OET exam for NURSES, there is only one place to turn to “Bijou Language Training Center” when you need help preparing for this rigorous exam. Stop stressing about your OET exam.

Join us at the earliest limited seats we are flexible, and we have options to suit your budget and individual need. They’re also professional specific, so you’ll have access to a program created specifically for nurses. You won’t get a one size fits all approach with us. We’ve tailored our programs to meet your profession’s specific needs. Overcome your fear and visit us

: 2 Month
2 Hour

The Occupational English Test (OET) is a language test for health practitioners who have qualified to practice in one country and wish to gain provisional registration to practice their profession in another which has an English-speaking context. The OET assesses English language proficiency as it is used in medical and health professional settings. The OET is administered by the OET Centre up to ten times a year and in over 40 locations around the world. The test is administered by the OET Centre and supported by the University of Melbourne, whose Language Testing Research Centre developed the original test under contract to the Australian Federal Government.

The OET Test measures the language competency of health practitioners who are seeking registration and the ability to practice in an English-speaking context. It is designed to ensure that language competency is assessed in a relevant professional context. The OET is recognized by the regulatory authorities of most major health professions across Australia and New Zealand. It currently tests the followingprofessions: dentistry, dietetics, medicine, nursing, occupationaltherapy, optometry, pharmacy, physiotherapy, podiatry,radiography, speech pathology, veterinary science.

Test Content and Structure

The OET test consist of four sections: Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking.

  • The Listening sub-test consists of two parts:
    • Part A: Part A consists of an audio-recorded, simulated professional-patient consultation with note-taking questions.
    • Part B: Part B consists of a recorded talk or lecture on a health-related topic with short-answer/note-taking questions.
    • Each section consists of about 15 minutes of recorded speech. A set of questions is attached to each section and test takers write their answers while listening.
  • The Reading sub-test consists of two parts:
    • Part A is a summary reading task. This requires test takers to skim and scan 3-4 short texts (a total of about 650 words) related to a single health-related topic and to complete a summary paragraph by filling in the missing words. Test takers are required to write responses for 25-35 gaps in total, within a (strictly monitored) time limit of 15 minutes.
    • Part B test takers are required to read two passages (600-800 words each) on general health topics and answer 8-10 multiple choice questions for each text (a total of 16-20 questions) within a time limit of 45 minutes.

Writing sub-test in brief

The Writing sub-test involves a task in which test takers, via interaction with a set of clinical case notes, produce a letter (usually of referral) to another professional. The body of the letter must consist of approximately 180-200 words and be set out in an appropriate format.
(duration – 45 minutes)

Speaking sub-test in brief

The OET Speaking sub-test is a test of the test taker’s oral use of English language to communicate in a simulated health-related consultation. The test taker and the interviewer interact face-to-face. It consists of two simulated consultations in the form of two role-plays.
(duration – 20 minutes)

Test Centers

The OET has Test Centers in many cities around the world. The best way to see if we are testing at a venue close to you a particular administration is to start the application process. We do not test at all venues at every administration.

Fees

The cost of the OET is different depending on where you sit the test. All prices are in Australian dollars. New candidates must sit all 4 sub-tests. Effective 01 June 2010, a booking fee of $7.00 will be applied to the total of all applications.

To take the Test in Australia, the fees are

  • Full sit (4 sub-tests) – AUD $580.80
  • 3 sub-tests – AUD $470.80
  • 2 sub-tests – AUD $332.20
  • 1 sub-tests – AUD $193.60

To take the Test outside Australia, the fees are

  • Full sit (4 sub-tests) – AUD $775
  • 3 sub-tests – AUD $600
  • 2 sub-tests – AUD $425
  • 1 sub-tests – AUD $225

The results of your Test are published on the website for you to access by logging in to your online profile approximately 19 business days after the test. Official Statements of Results will be posted as soon as possible after this. Come and Join! BLTC for Classroom Coaching for OET for the success you desire.

Prepare for a top OET score with the most qualified instructors. Each student will get personalized attention to perform well in exams. We focus more on the area where they are lacking.

  • What is the Occupational English Test (OET)?
    • listening, reading, writing and speaking – with an emphasis on communication in healthcare settings.
  • OET (Occupational English Test ) Preparation Course is for ?
    • 12 health and allied health professions: OET Dentistry, OET Dietetics, OET Medicine, OET Nursing, OET occupational Therapy, OET Optometry, OET Pharmacy, OET Physiotherapy, OET Podiatry, OET Radiography, OET Speech Pathology and OET Veterinary Science.

Benefits of OET

OET can help to ensure that the English language skills of healthcare professionals are at the right level to work in the healthcare sector.

  • Regulatory authorities, registration boards and councils can ensure that internationally trained healthcare professionals have appropriate standards of English, specific to the healthcare sector. This is key to guaranteeing patient safety and well-being.
  • Hospitals and other healthcare employers can ensure that their employees (doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals) have the necessary English language communication skills for delivering quality healthcare.
  • Education institutions can ensure that graduating students have employment-ready or registration-ready language skills by including OET preparation and testing in their courses.

Other benefits of OET:

  • gives confidence in the language competence of practising healthcare professionals.
  • optimises communication with patients, carers and colleagues, in turn improving the quality of care.
  • establishes a fair way to select internationally trained health professionals.
  • attracts candidates committed to excellence and professionalism.

OET Language Skills

The OET assess the four main language skills shown below:

Skill Area: Content: Demonstrates their ability to:
Listening Common to all professions Follow and understand a range of health-related spoken materials such as patient consultations and lectures
Reading Common to all professions Read and understand different types of text on health-related subjects
Writing Profession Specific Write a letter in a clear and accurate way which is relevant for the reader
Speaking Profession Specific Effectively communicate in a real-life context through the use of role-plays

Where is the OET -Occupational English Test used ?
The OET test is currently used by the governing bodies of the professions at state and national level in Australia, New Zealand & Singapore. Each board or council determines the result required from candidates to meet the language competency standards required in order to function in their profession.
OET Preparation Course content and student outcomes:

OET reading | OET writing | OET listening | OET speaking

  • Letter writing including but not limited to: formal and informal letters, patient referral letters, hospital admissions letters, reminder letter to patients, patient discharge letters etc.
  • Speaking using tone| diction| fluency| accuracy & volume, which covers typical patient scenarios in Australia
  • Pronunciation and appropriate language for when dealing with people in all contexts e.g. hospital settings and private clinics
  • Functional language, taking patient histories, giving explanations, giving advice, aggression conversation and giving re-assurances
  • Dealing with children, teenagers, adults and older Australians
  • Australian health care sector – understanding the role of different government departments and understanding public and private health enterprise
  • Speed reading and comprehension for all components of the OET test
  • Reading for specific purposes – understanding the text and being able to answers specific questions relating to the text
  • Health professional’s grammar in writing and speaking for the OET test

Basic English Course

Why Basic
Course

This course primarily Caters to the needs and requirements of those students who are well versed with basic vocals but are more prone to commit grammatical errors.

It encompasses all the basic aspects of grammar and enables the student to develop proficiency in English.

We follow a scientific approach which is well tested and has been proven effective in developing fluency among the basic learners whose first language is not English.

It is guaranteed that one would be able to hold a conversation in English fairly well soon after the completion of this course.

  • Vocabulary Building
  • Phonetics
  • Stress, Rhythm & Intonation
  • Grammar
    • Determiners : defining a determiner , kinds of determiners
    • Verbs, Adverbs
    • Prepositions, Conjunctions, Interjections
    • Articles (Definite, Indefinite)
    • Tenses (Present, Past, Future)
  • Basic English Course
    • Letters
    • E-Mails
    • Resume
    • Paragraphs/Summary/Descriptions
    • Essays/ Story making with Guidelines
    • Articles
    • Notice/ Notes/ Messages
  • Conversational skills (GD’s/ Role Plays/ JAM sessions/ Picture Descriptions)
  • Formal/ Informal Salutations
  • Reading Comprehensions
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Intermediate English Course

Why Intermediate
Course

As soon as the students attain a bare minimum degree of fluency in English, there arises a need to understand the grammar portion a little bit further which would eventually afford them a greater degree of fluency.

Therefore, this course has been tailor made for such students and will eventually enables them to use English accurately and without hesitation.

A large variety of practical exercises have been brought under the ambit of this course which will certainly facilitate the growth of overall fluency and confidence of the student.

And more importantly, we ensure that the learning process is fun as well as interactive so as to create an ideal atmosphere in the class wherein the student learns English the natural way.

  • Vocabulary Building Sessions
  • Phonetics (Stress, Rhythm & Intonation) Sessions
  • Public Speaking & Presentation Skills
  • Usage of the following grammar topics through Audios & Exercises
    • Subject-Verb Agreement
    • Conditionals
    • Direct Indirect
    • Active Passive
    • Clauses
    • Moods
  • Writing Sessions
    • Paraphrases
    • Idioms & proverbs
    • Articles/ Essays
  • Listening Sessions & Video watching
  • Reading Sessions
  • Role plays/ group discussions/ Debates etc..
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English Fluency Program

  • Vocabulary Building
  • Reading practice
  • Public Speaking & Presentation Skills
  • Stress, Rhythm & Intonation
  • Writing skills
    •  Resume/CV
    • Paraphrases
    • Précis Writing
    • Debates
  • Communication skills (Elocution/ Extempore/ Debates/ G.D’s)
  • Figures Of Speech
  • Listening Sessions for practice
  • Factual/ Controversial/ Abstract Conversation
  • Videos & songs for easy comprehension of the language.
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Pre Basic

Why Pre Basic
Course

This is a very fundamental and foundational course which provides an acquaintance to the language of English.

Students with a Hindi medium background feel alienated even to the basic structure of English and therefore find it extremely difficult to understand English.

We have specially designed this course keeping such students in mind, which will equip them with all the basic words and sentences required to speak and understand English.

 

COURSE CONTENT FOR PRE BASIC

  • Describing Words
  • Opposite words
  • Confusing words ( Homonyms)
  • Uses of THIS/ THAT/ THESE/ THOSE
  • Uses of HE/ SHE/ IT
  • Uses of HAS/HAVE/HAD , IS/AM/ARE , WAS/WERE
  • Asking questions
  • Punctuations
  • Defining a sentence
    • Kinds of sentence
    • Subject and predicate
    • Words commonly mis spelt
    • Aids to correct spellings
    • Improve spellings
    • Noun : parts of speech ,defining noun, kinds of gender
  • Spoken English Activities
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Business English Program

  •  Introduction to Business Communication
  • Topics covered in Business English training
  •  Presentation Skills
  •  Meetings, Socializing, Introductions
  • Handling customers on telephone
  •  Customer centric training
  •  Writing reports, writing business letters
  •  Cultural awareness
  • Idioms and phrases
  •  Mock presentations
  •  Tense and grammar usage during spoken and written communication
  • Language function in business
  •  Mock real-time scenario of handling customers on telephone
  •  Understanding reports and looking for conclusions
  • Reading skills looking for specific information
  •  Meetings, setting agenda and controlling the conversations
  •  Mock meeting students need to set an agenda themselves
  •  Conversation starters with superiors and subordinates
  • Basic Sales and Marketing fundamentals
  •  Hearing for speech accent and intonations
  • Correspondence with superiors and subordinates via email
  • Usage of diplomatic language
  •  Understanding the role of the employee in the organization
  • Mock for spoken correspondence and via email
  • Complete mock assessment and weak point highlighting
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Creative Writing

  • Functional Grammar
  • Detailed study of all the parts of speech.
  • The Sentence: Detailed study of different kinds of sentences.
  • Parts of Sentence.
  • The Articles.
  • The Nouns / Pronouns.
  • The Adjectives.
  • The Verb / Proverb
  • The Modals
  • Subject-Verb Agreement.
  • Various tenses and its types.
  • Direct and Indirect speech.
  • Idioms and Phrases.
  • Composition
  • Story Writing
  • Report Writing
  • Paragraph Writing
  • Essay Writing
  • Précis Writing
  • Letter Writing
  • Notices
  • Memos
  • Meeting Minutes
  • Creative Writing without Grammar
  • Comprehension through passages.
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Housewife Special

: 1 Month
1 Hour

Do you feel embarrassed, nervous or shy when you try to speak or understand English? It is NOT Your Fault! Most classes and teachers are using old methods, old lessons, and old textbooks that caused your problem. With this refreshing and new method you will see breakthrough in speaking excellent English! You will feel more relaxed, happy, and confident when you speak English.

BLTC welcomes you to join our English Speaking Training programs.BLTC is committed to giving you a great and a different learning experience with ensured results. Whether you wish to start learning English as a beginner or you are a student, Executive, House wife, we have the right English speaking course for you, making you speak fluent English with neutral accent guaranteed!

  • Course Contents
  • Basic Grammar
  • Building Vocabulary
  • Accent Neutralization
  • Emphasis on Verbal Communication through Role play, GD, Extempore
  • Basic Computer Skills
  • Personality Development
  • Effective Communication
  • Principles of Pronunciation
  • Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing Effectively
  • Emphasis on Verbal Communication by: Extempore, Free Speech & Group Discussions
  • Personality Enhancement
  • Body language & Occasional Dress Code
  • Makeup tips for different occasions
  • Telephone etiquettes
  • Dining Etiquettes
  • Time Management
  • Anger Management
  • Grammar & Vocabulary
  • Building Basic Vocabulary
  • Implementation of Grammar in sentence formation
  • Basic Grammar-The Sentence, Parts of Speech, Tenses.
  • Diction Analysis
  • Pronunciation Power Guide
  • Introduction to Vowel & Consonants
  • Intonation and Syllable Stress
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Young learners Program

: 2 Month
2 Hour

Do you feel embarrassed, nervous or shy when you try to speak or understand English? It is NOT Your Fault! Most classes and teachers are using old methods, old lessons, and old textbooks that caused your problem. With this refreshing and new method you will see breakthrough in speaking excellent English! You will feel more relaxed, happy, and confident when you speak English.

BLTC welcomes you to join our English Speaking Training programs.BLTC is committed to giving you a great and a different learning experience with ensured results. Whether you wish to start learning English as a beginner or you are a student, Executive, House wife, we have the right English speaking course for you, making you speak fluent English with neutral accent guaranteed!

ENGLSIH

  • Language pronunciation
  • Phonetics
  • Stress, Rhythm & Intonation
  • Grammar
    • Parts of Speech
    • Tenses
    • Articles
  • Sentences of daily use
  • Vocabulary building
  • Activities
    • Scrabble, Boggle
    • Tambola
    • Movie Time
    • English Songs

COMPUTERS

  • Tux Paint
  • MS Word
  • MS Paint
  • MS PowerPoint (Creating slides etc.)
  • Internet (Surfing, online games, music etc.)
  • Creating Mail IDs
  • Skyping (Video Chat)
  • Hardware knowledge
  • Typing practice
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Voice & Accent

  • Pre-training Assessment
  • Understanding Accents (British/ American/ Australian)
  • Introduction to International Phonic Symbols
  • Vowel Sounds
  • Syllable Stress & Pronunciation
  • Consonant Sounds & their correct enunciation
  • Diphthongs (aye, ow, oi, oa, ew & ea)
  • Sounds (s, sh, p, b, z/j/zh, th/the etc.)
  • Intonation – Pattern & Rhythms
  • Voice Modulation
  • Rate of Speech
  • Enunciation of Foreign Names & Places
  • Speaking Like A Native
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Business Etiquette

With the expansion of the global marketplace more and more organizations are conducting business across cultures. This has brought about a need for the increase in awareness about Business Etiquette that exists in various cultures especially the west.

BLTC’s Business Etiquette Training Program focuses on presenting oneself with finesse and making others comfortable in a business setting. This program also has a component of Personal Grooming Training that is targeted at young professionals who are just entering a business environment.

BLTC Business Etiquette and Personal Grooming Training Program focuses on the following areas:

  • The importance of the first impression
  • Grooming
  • Wardrobe
  • Body language
  • Voice and speech
  • Meeting etiquette
  • Business phone etiquette
  • Business email etiquette
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Soft Skills

In today’s era organization realize that while people need to be qualified to do their jobs, there is a range of less-measurable skills that are just as important to workplace success. Known as Soft Skills these include attitudes, behaviours and interpersonal skills. Today, employers crave managers with the critical soft skills. These skills tend to be more generic in nature. In other words, these are skills key to effective performance across all job categories. And these Soft Skills have come to play an even more crucial role in management positions in today’s environment. As the world has changed and the nature of work has changed, the skill set required of managers has changed.

In the last few years, survey after survey has been conducted in businesses. Employers have been asked the skills they want to see in their employees. Time after time the results remain consistent. The Soft Skills are in demand. Unfortunately, these are the skills that are in short supply today. Topping the list for most businesses are skills such as communication skills, interpersonal skills, team player skills, ethics, creativity, an ability to value diversity, responsiveness and a willingness to change.

At BLTC we primarily focus on Training and Development. Our extensive Soft Skill Training Programs encompass a wide range of skills that most organizations find an integral and necessary part of everyday business. From basic communication skills to strategy and change management BLTC offers a wide range of Soft Skill Training to address every business need. It is an integral part of Corporate Training in today’s world.

Placing Soft Skills high on your list of business priorities could be just the thing to see your company succeed.

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Interview Skills

  • Introduction & Know Yourself
  • Types of Interviews
  • Introduction to the professional world- Why Job? What Type?
  • What is Recruitment? Recruitment Procedure.
  • Resume Writing
  • Interview Stages
  • Common Interview Mistakes
  • Non Verbal or Body Language
  • Do’s and Dont’s
  • Dress Outlook
  • Effective Verbal Communication
  • Common Interview Questions
  • Behavioral Management
  • Tricky Interview Questions
  • Mock Interviews
  • Group Discussions and Group Dynamics
  • Written Test/ Aptitude Test/ Telephonic Interview
  • Interpersonal Relations/ Skills
  • Resolve Conflict/ Critical Thinking
  • SWOT Analysis
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Customize Sessions ( As per requirement of Student)
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Presentation Skills

Presentation skills are important in every profession but are considered of prime importance in the corporate world. In the world of corporate, presentation skills is not only a must for faster growth in the organization but also, a necessity to be in the eyes of management to get responsible assignments.

Positioning yourself and your ideas in a consistently positive and professional manner enables you to make a professional impression — the first time and every time. Raw information is logical but being logical does not capture anyone’s attention for too long. Persuasive Presentations start with raw information, opinions are added, colored with imagery, and given personality. The more of the mind you tickle, the more retention and motivation you reap.

The Effective Presentation Skills Training Program at BLTC will teach you how to prepare quickly, learn and practice the best method for delivering your message, and maintain audience interest at all times.

The focus of the training will be in the following areas:

  • Audience Perception
  • Appearance and posture
  • Use of eye contact, hands and gestures
  • Voice volume, pitch and emphasis

Audience Comprehension

  • Understand the needs of your audience
  • Understand your own communication style
  • Creating impressive openings
  • Getting the audience’s attention
  • Flow for persuasive presentations

Audience Interaction

  • Effective use of visuals and handouts
  • Overcoming objections
  • Persuading with benefits
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Personality Development Skills

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IELTS

We are providing coaching IELTS in two ways:

: 1 Month
2 Hour

: 15 days (fast track)
2 Hour

Both Regular and weekend classes available.

IELTS is the International English Language Testing System which tests English proficiency across the globe. IELTS respects international diversity and is fair to anyone who sits the test, regardless of nationality. Research shows that IELTS motivates test-takers to develop real and well-rounded English rather than learning by rote. This means your understanding of English is improved and valid for real life in an English-speaking country.

IELTS is owned by three reputable, international organizations: : British Council, IDP: IELTS Australia and the University of Cambridge ESOL Examinations (Cambridge ESOL).. It has the highest quality control and security procedures. More than 6000 organisations, including many government departments and universities, rely on IELTS. The IELTS scoring system is recognised globally, giving you a truly international result.

You can choose from two types of IELTS test: Academic or General Training, depending on whether you want to study, work or migrate. Both modules are made up of four parts – Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking. IELTS results are graded on the unique IELTS 9-band scale.

  • Listening
    • 4 Section
    • 40 Items
    • 30 Mints
  • Reading
    • 3 Section
    • 40 Items
    • 60 Mints
  • Writting
    • 2 Task
    • 150-250 Words
    • 60 Mints
  • Speaking
    • 11-14 Mints

TEST CENTERS

Candidates can sit the test at one of over 800 centres and locations in over 130 countries. Tests are held on fixed dates throughout the year in the same examination conditions across the world. The test centres are managed by the British Council, IDP:IELTS Australia or by independent organisations that meet strict standards of quality, security and customer service. Click here to find a test centre

Fees

Fees are set by test centers and vary from country to country. Expect to pay around £115 GBP, €190 Euros or $200 USD. For information on registration, fees, test dates, locations and formats, select your test location.

Scores for IELTS

There is no pass or fail in IELTS. Candidates are graded on their performance, using scores from 1 to 9 for each part of the test – Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking. The results from the four parts then produce an Overall Band Score.

This unique 9-band system measures scores in a consistent manner – wherever and whenever the test is taken. It is internationally recognized and understood, giving you a reliable international currency. IELTS scores have a recommended validity period of two years.

The IELTS 9-band scale

Each band corresponds to a level of English competence. All parts of the test and the Overall Band Score can be reported in whole and half bands, eg 6.5, 7.0, 7.5, 8.0.

  • Band 9: Expert user
    • Has fully operational command of the language: appropriate, accurate and fluent with complete understanding.
  • Band 8: Very good user
    • Has fully operational command of the language with only occasional unsystematic inaccuracies and inappropriacies. Misunderstandings may occur in unfamiliar situations. Handles complex detailed argumentation well.
  • Band 7: Good user
    • Has operational command of the language, though with occasional inaccuracies, inappropriacies and misunderstandings in some situations. Generally handles complex language well and understands detailed reasoning.
  • Band 6: Competent user
    • Has generally effective command of the language despite some inaccuracies, inappropriacies and misunderstandings. Can use and understand fairly complex language, particularly in familiar situations.
  • Band 5: Modest user
    • Has partial command of the language, coping with overall meaning in most situations, though is likely to make many mistakes. Should be able to handle basic communication in own field.
  • Band 4: Limited user
    • Basic competence is limited to familiar situations. Has frequent problems in understanding and expression. Is not able to use complex language.
  • Band 3: Extremely limited user
    • Conveys and understands only general meaning in very familiar situations. Frequent breakdowns in communication occur.
  • Band 2: Intermittent user
    • no real communication is possible except for the most basic information using isolated words or short formulae in familiar situations and to meet immediate needs. Has great difficulty understanding spoken and written English.
  • Band 1: Non-user
    • Essentially has no ability to use the language beyond possibly a few isolated words.
  • Band 0: Did not attempt the test
    • No assessable information provided.

IELTS Score is valid for 2 years
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English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)

: 1 Month
2 Hour

A Standardized Test, the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), administered via the Internet, is an important part of your journey to study in an English-speaking country. The US-based “Educational Testing Service”(ETS), develops and administers the test worldwide, the TOEFL test is a registered trademark of Educational Testing Service (ETS). Additionally, institutions such as government agencies, licensing bodies, businesses, or scholarship programs may require this test. More than 8,000 colleges, agencies and other institutions in over 130 countries accept TOEFL scores.

Since its introduction in late 2005, the Internet-based Test (iBT) has progressively replaced both the computer-based tests (CBT) and paper-based tests (PBT), although paper-based testing is still used in select areas. In areas where the internet-based test is not available, a paper-based test (PBT) is given.

Test Content and Structure

The TOEFL Internet-based Test (TOEFL iBT) tests all four language skills that are important for effective communication: speaking, listening, reading, and writing. The structure of the TOEFL iBT is as follows:

  • Reading
    • 60-100 Min
    • 36-70 Questions/Tasks
  • Listining
    • 60-90 Min
    • 35-51 Questions/Tasks
  • Speaking
    • 20 Min
    • 6 Tasks
  • Writing
    • 50 Min
    • 2 Tasks

Question Types Scoring

  • Reading
    • 3-5 passages from academic texts; approx 700 word long with 12-14 questions per passage
    • 0-30 Marks
  • Listening
    • 4-6 lectures, each 3-5 min long; 6 questions each. 2-3 conversations, each 3 minutes long; 5 questions each.
    • 0-30 Marks
  • Speaking
    • 1 task to write based on what is read or listened to; 1 task to support an opinion on a topic.
    • 0-30 Marks

TEST CENTERS

The TOEFL test has more test dates (30–40) and locations (4,500 test centers in 165 countries) than any other English-language test in the world. You can retake the test as many times as you wish. The test is organized by the Educational Testing Service. You can register for the TOEFL® iBT online.

Click here to register

Fees

The cost of the test can range from US$160 to US$250 and varies between countries. For information on registration, fees, test dates, locations and formats, select your test location.

Scores for TOEFL

There is no passing or failing TOEFL® score; individual higher education institutions and agencies set their own score requirements. Your scores are based on your performance on the questions in the test. You must answer at least one question each in the Reading and Listening sections, write at least one essay, and complete at least one Speaking task to receive an official score.

TOEFL ® Score Scales

  • Reading
    • Score – 0-30
    • High (22–30), Intermediate (15–21), Low (0–14)
  • Listening
    • Score – 0-30
    • High (22–30), Intermediate (15–21), Low (0–14)
  • Speaking
    • Score – 0-30
    • Good (26–30), Fair (18–25), Limited (10–17), Weak (0–9)
  • Writing
    • Score – 0-30
    • Good (24–30), Fair (17–23), Limited (1–16)
  • Total Score
    • 120

TOEFL Score is valid for 2 years

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PTE-A

 Both Regular and weekend classes available.

PTE Academic is endorsed by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), who are owners of the Graduate Management Admission Test(GMAT), and is delivered by Pearson Language Tests – who also deliver PTE General (formerly London Tests of English) and PTE Young Learners (formerly London Tests of English for Children).

Test Content and Structure: PTE Academic

PTE Academic is designed to test your English reading, writing, listening and speaking skills. The test takes approximately three hours to complete. This includes an un-timed introduction to the test and one optional scheduled break of up to 10 minutes. There are three timed parts: Speaking and writing, Reading and Listening. Each part may contain a number of sections. Each section is individually timed.

  • Pearson Language Tests is a unit of the Pearson PLC group, dedicated to assessing and validating the English language usage of non-native English speakersPTE Academic is the world’s leading computer-based test of English for study abroad and immigration, which assesses listening, reading, speaking and writing all via computer in a single 3-hour test session. PTE Academic is endorsed by the Graduate Management Admission Council.

    It is a computer-based exam which focuses on real-life English used in academic surroundings. This is to say that integrated language is used throughout the test and students will listen to a variety of accents and academic language which they will encounter at English-speaking higher education institutions. The exam will include an unmarked voice recording of the candidate, which is part of advanced biometric data that should assist institutions in verifying the identity of candidates and should aid them with their admission decisions.

    The test will be a maximum of 3 hours long and takers can expect their results to be delivered to them, online, within 5 working days.

Test centers

There are test centers worldwide. You can retake the test as many times as you wish. The test is organized by the GMAC.You can register for the PTE Academic online or click here to register

Fees

For information on registration, fees, test dates, locations and formats, select your test location

Scores for PTE Academic

All questions in PTE Academic are machine scored. Scores for questions are based on correctness alone, while others are centered on correctness, formal aspects and the quality of your response. There are two types of scoring : Correct or Incorrect and Partial credit.

  • Speaking and Writing

    • Personal Introduction – Un scored
    • Read Aloud – Partial Credit
    • Repeat Sentence – Partial Credit
    • Describe Image – Partial Credit
    • Re-tell lecture – Partial Credit
    • Answer Short Question – Correct/Incorrect
    • Summarize written text – Partial Credit
    • Write Essay – Partial Credit
  • Listening

    • Summarize spoken text – Partial Credit
    • Multiple-choice, choose single answer – Partial Credit
    • Fill in the Blanks – Partial Credit
    • Highlight correct summary – Correct/Incorrect
    • Multiple-choice, choose single answer – Correct/Incorrect
    • Select missing word – Correct/Incorrect
    • Highlight incorrect words – Partial Credit
    • Write from dictation – Partial Credit

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TOEIC

Since 1979, organizations around the world have used the TOEIC® test to hire, place and promote employees.

Listening and Reading Test

  • About the TOEIC ® Listening and Reading Test
    For more than 30 years, the TOEIC® Listening and Reading test has set the standard for assessing English-language listening and reading skills needed in the workplace.
    • Listening skills are important for face-to-face communication, meetings, videoconferencing, podcasts and telephone conversations.
    • Reading skills are necessary for email, reports, newsletters and other forms of business correspondence.
  • About the TOEIC ® Listening and Reading Test
    For more than 30 years, the TOEIC® Listening and Reading test has set the standard for assessing English-language listening and reading skills needed in the workplace.
    • Listening skills are important for face-to-face communication, meetings, videoconferencing, podcasts and telephone conversations.
    • Reading skills are necessary for email, reports, newsletters and other forms of business correspondence.
  • Build a More Effective Workforce
    The Listening and Reading test offers a common standard of measurement for comparing the language skills of current and potential employees. Test content reflects real-world tasks and provides you with the information you need to easily:
    • Recruit, place and promote the most qualified employees
    • Identify job-training requirements
    • Assign employees to positions overseas
  • Get a Global Advantage
    Nearly 14,000 organizations in 150 countries throughout the world trust the TOEIC test to determine who has the English language skills to succeed in the global workplace. Give your business a global advantage and build a more effective workforce with the TOEIC Listening and Reading test.

    Contact your local ETS Preferred Network office for more information on the TOEIC test in your country.

Speaking and Writing Tests

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The Occupational English Test (OET)

: 2 Month
2 Hour

The Occupational English Test (OET) is a language test for health practitioners who have qualified to practice in one country and wish to gain provisional registration to practice their profession in another which has an English-speaking context. The OET assesses English language proficiency as it is used in medical and health professional settings. The OET is administered by the OET Centre up to ten times a year and in over 40 locations around the world. The test is administered by the OET Centre and supported by the University of Melbourne, whose Language Testing Research Centre developed the original test under contract to the Australian Federal Government.

The OET Test measures the language competency of health practitioners who are seeking registration and the ability to practice in an English-speaking context. It is designed to ensure that language competency is assessed in a relevant professional context. The OET is recognized by the regulatory authorities of most major health professions across Australia and New Zealand. It currently tests the followingprofessions: dentistry, dietetics, medicine, nursing, occupationaltherapy, optometry, pharmacy, physiotherapy, podiatry,radiography, speech pathology, veterinary science.

Test Content and Structure

The OET test consist of four sections: Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking.

  • The Listening sub-test consists of two parts:
    • Part A: Part A consists of an audio-recorded, simulated professional-patient consultation with note-taking questions.
    • Part B: Part B consists of a recorded talk or lecture on a health-related topic with short-answer/note-taking questions.
    • Each section consists of about 15 minutes of recorded speech. A set of questions is attached to each section and test takers write their answers while listening.
  • The Reading sub-test consists of two parts:
    • Part A is a summary reading task. This requires test takers to skim and scan 3-4 short texts (a total of about 650 words) related to a single health-related topic and to complete a summary paragraph by filling in the missing words. Test takers are required to write responses for 25-35 gaps in total, within a (strictly monitored) time limit of 15 minutes.
    • Part B test takers are required to read two passages (600-800 words each) on general health topics and answer 8-10 multiple choice questions for each text (a total of 16-20 questions) within a time limit of 45 minutes.

Writing sub-test in brief

The Writing sub-test involves a task in which test takers, via interaction with a set of clinical case notes, produce a letter (usually of referral) to another professional. The body of the letter must consist of approximately 180-200 words and be set out in an appropriate format.
(duration – 45 minutes)

Speaking sub-test in brief

The OET Speaking sub-test is a test of the test taker’s oral use of English language to communicate in a simulated health-related consultation. The test taker and the interviewer interact face-to-face. It consists of two simulated consultations in the form of two role-plays.
(duration – 20 minutes)

Test Centers

The OET has Test Centers in many cities around the world. The best way to see if we are testing at a venue close to you a particular administration is to start the application process. We do not test at all venues at every administration.

Fees

The cost of the OET is different depending on where you sit the test. All prices are in Australian dollars. New candidates must sit all 4 sub-tests. Effective 01 June 2010, a booking fee of $7.00 will be applied to the total of all applications.

To take the Test in Australia, the fees are

  • Full sit (4 sub-tests) – AUD $580.80
  • 3 sub-tests – AUD $470.80
  • 2 sub-tests – AUD $332.20
  • 1 sub-tests – AUD $193.60

To take the Test outside Australia, the fees are

  • Full sit (4 sub-tests) – AUD $775
  • 3 sub-tests – AUD $600
  • 2 sub-tests – AUD $425
  • 1 sub-tests – AUD $225

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CELBAN

CELBAN* is a four module English assessment test that is required for International nurses in Canada. It is accepted by all licensing bodies all over Canada. It is specially designed in Canada.
In this four module test in which reading, writing, listening and speaking abilities of a student are accessed individually.
The CELBAN test is designed in Canada, especially for nurses by Canadian Language Benchmark an is entirely from the medical background. The Nurses feel comfortable to take the test as it requires the test of English proficiency for medical report writing, medical vocabulary and interaction with patients for treatment. Reading section may include reading topics as Diabetes, Rabies etc. Similarly Listening section has video and audio scenes like bed shift report, communication between nurse and doctor, patient and nurse, etc. Speaking section has role plays for history taking and giving discharge instructions to the patient. The writing section is the easiest one where you have to write an incident report and filling an entry form of a patient. All questions in reading and listening modules have only one type; multiple choice questions.

Test Content and Structure

Group Test

  • Listening – 45 minutes
  • Listen to interactions between nurses and patients, family members and other professionals and answer multiple choice questions.
  • The listening assessment is a response to five video scenarios in various settings, such as a hospital, home, clinic or medical office, which include interactions between nurses and patients, family members and other professionals. There are also four audio scenarios, such as phone calls and shift-to-shift reports.
  • Test takers are asked to answer multiple choice questions to demonstrate listening comprehension. In one section of the test, answers must be provided in a chart format where the test taker enters notes from the listening text.
  • Writing – 30 minutes
  • Complete a form and write a report similar to those required in nursing practice.
  • The writing assessment includes two sections:
  • Task 1: Filling out a form based on a video scenario (10 minutes).
  • Task 2: Writing a report based on information provided (20 minutes).
  • Reading – 50 minutes
  • Read or scan charts, patient notes, manuals and information texts related to health issues and answer comprehension questions.
  • The reading assessment includes two sections:
  • 1. Skimming and scanning (10 minutes)
  • 2. Reading comprehension (40 minutes)
  • Speaking – 30 minutes
  • Answer questions about yourself, your work experience and perspectives and complete two role plays with two certified CELBAN assessors.
  • The speaking assessment includes an oral interview and two role plays. Two assessors carry out the assessment. During the role plays the candidate is asked to interact with the standardized patient (one of the assessors) by asking questions to obtain information, and to give instructions and offer explanations. During the role play, candidates are also asked to answer questions to demonstrate their ability to narrate, describe, summarize, synthesize state and support opinion, and advice.

RESULTS

  • The students have to score in Listening-10 bands (92% Out of 84 questions, they have a chance of making 5-6 mistakes.) Reading- 8 bands, Writing 7 bands and Speaking 8 bands. Listening is a bit challenging, still most students are able to pass the test in the first chance.

 

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SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test)

  • Time:3 Hours ( for undergraduate program in USA); Scores : 2400, Each Section: 800
  • Result: 19 Days after the test date; Score Validity: 5 Years
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Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT)

: 1 Month
2 Hour

The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a computer-adaptive standardized test in mathematics and the English language for measuring aptitude to succeed academically in graduate business studies. Business schools use the test as a criterion for admission into graduate business administration programs. With more than half a century of testing expertise, the GMAT exam is the proven leader in predicting academic success in business schools. The GMAT exam is designed specifically for graduate business school students, and schools can be assured that all the test takers are interested specifically in management programs. With the GMAT, schools can identify students they feel best suited to their programs.

GMAT exam is intended to measure verbal, mathematical, and analytical writing skills that the examinee has developed over a long period of time in his or her education and work; test takers answer questions in each of these three areas.

Test Content and Structure

GMAT exam is delivered via computer at various locations around the world. In those international locations where an extensive network of computers has not yet been established, the GMAT is offered either at temporary computer-based testing centers on a limited schedule or as a paper-based test (given once or twice a year) at local testing centers.

GMAT Exam Format and Length

  • Analysis of an Lssue
    • 1 topic
    • 30 minutes
  • Break
    • Optional
    • 8 minutes
  • Quantitative section
    • 37 questions
    • 75 minutes
  • Break
    • Optional
    • 8 minutes
  • Verbal Section
    • 37 questions
    • 75 minutes

TEST CENTERS

GMAC® owns the GMAT exam and works closely with two strategic partners to manage the test: ACT, Inc., develops and reviews the questions and prompts used for the GMAT exam, and Pearson VUE delivers the exam at testing centers around the world. The examinee may register for the GMAT either online or by calling one of the test centers. Graduate Management Admission test (GMAT) can be taken all around the year at Thomson Prometric centers GMAT is held in more than 100 countries.

Fees

Test Fee is $250.

Scores for GMAT

GMAT® test takers receive four scores—
• Verbal
• Quantitative
• Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA)
• Total

Verbal & Quantitative

Total GMAT scores ranges between 200 to 800. The Verbal and Quantitative scores range between 0 to 60.

The Verbal and Quantitative scores measure different constructs and are not comparable to each other. If you do not finish the exam in the allotted time, one will still receive scores as long as one has worked on every section.

Scores will be calculated based upon the number of questions answered, and your score will decrease significantly with each unanswered question.

Analytical Writing Assessment Score

The AWA score is an average of the two independent ratings for each section: Analysis of an Issue and Analysis of an Argument. These average scores can range from 0 to 6 in half point intervals.

Writing scores are computed separately from the scores for the multiple-choice sections of the test and have no effect on the Verbal, Quantitative, or Total scores.

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IELTS Life Skills

You will take the test face-to-face with an examiner, and with one other candidate. You will participate in a structured conversation listening and responding to a selection of tasks. The tasks in IELTS Life Skills are designed to reflect the everyday experience of communicating in an English-speaking country. You will be expected to take part in short discussions on everyday subjects including.

  • Personal details/experiences
  • Family and friends
  • Buying goods
  • Work
  • Health
  • Leisure
  • Education/training
  • Transport
  • Housing
  • Weather

What is IELTS Life Skills test?

IELTS Life Skills test is different from the General Training IELTS and from the Academic IELTS, it only tests two skills, Listening and Speaking. It is intended mainly for people wanting to immigrate to the UK. At the time of writing this (21 February 2015) the new test was announced at the same time as changes to UK immigration requirements and on the official IELTS website it is linked specifically to the UK immigration, but in the future other countries might add the IELTS Life Skills test to their visa requirements.

Test format

There are 3 people in the examination room: two test takers and one examiner. The examiner is assessing each of the two test takers. At times the two test takers are required to interact with each other. There is no break between the Speaking and Listening assessments. Note: the performance of one test taker is not supposed to affect the score of the other test taker.

Assessment process

There are four criteria each test taker is being assessed for:

  • Obtaining information
  • Conveying information
  • Speaking to communicate
  • Engaging in discussion

Levels

  • IELTS Life Skills – A1 Speaking and Listening
    • This test is for those who need to prove their English speaking and listening skills as part of their application to UK Visas and Immigration for indefinite leave to remain or citizenship.
      The times allowed for this level is-
      Speaking and Listening : 22 minutes
  • IELTS Life Skills – B1 Speaking and Listening
    • This test is for those who need to prove their English speaking and listening skills as part of their application to UK Visas and Immigration for indefinite leave to remain or citizenship.
      The times allowed for this level is-
      Speaking and Listening : 22 minutes
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ENGLISH SUMMER CAMP

: 35 Days

CURRICULUM:

  • BUILD UP CONFIDENCE
  • ACCURACY
  • MINUS STAGE FEAR
  • EFFECTIVE READING HABITS
  • WRITING SKILLS
  • ZERO ERROR LANGUAGE
  • BETTER PERSONALITY
  • ETIQUETTE
  • THINK CREATIVELY
  • CURRENT AFFAIRS
  • MOTIVATION AND LEADERSHIP
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Read Content in French
English

ALL LEVELS ARE AVAILABLE

A1 30 DAYS 
A2 30 DAYS 
B1 40 DAYS 
B2 40 DAYS 
C 45 DAYS 

All the levels in the Course will cover four aspects: LISTENING READING SPEAKING AND WRITING IN FRENCH LANGUAGE

Level 1 

Course Content (IN FRENCH)

  1.      Les Alphabets
  2.      Les Nombres
  3.   Les noms des : Fruits, Végétales, Colures etc.
  4.  Cultural Understanding
  5.     Langage Prononciation
  6.    Formel / Informel
  7.   Présenter, Se Présenter
  8. Les Articles
  9.         Conjugaison des verbes
  10.        Les salutations
  11.        Les Noms (masculin/féminin/singulier/pluriel)
  12.     L’interrogation
  13.       Négation
  14.      La Date et l’heure
  15.    Les adjectifs
  16.       Les Pronoms
  17.    Les Adverbes
  18.    L’impératif
  19.     Le Présent
  20.        Le Passé Récent
  21.          Le Future Proche
  22.      Speaking : Day to Day Conversation

      Level 2

   Course Content (IN FRENCH)

  1.       Langage Prononciation
  2.     Cultural Understanding
  3.       Formel / Informel
  4.    Conjugaison des verbes
  5.     Les adjectifs
  6.      Les Pronoms
  7.    Les Pronoms (-y, -en)
  8.    Les Adverbes
  9.  L’imperatif
  10.      Le Présent
  11.   Le Passé Récent
  12.    Le Future Proche
  13.    Le Passé Composé
  14.    L’imparfait
  15.   Les Verbes pronominaux
  16.  Le futur simple
  17.   L’expression de la condition
  18.  Préposition relatives (qui, que, ou)
  19.    Le subjonctif

    Level 3 

Course Content (IN FRENCH)

  1.     Les Pronoms Possessifs
  2.     Les Pronoms démonstratifs
  3.    Le Subjonctif présent
  4.     Le Conditionnel présent
  5.       Les adjectifs et les pronoms indéfinis
  6.    Conjugaison et l’emploi de:
  7.   L’indicatif présent
  8.  Passé Composé
  9.    L’ imparfait
  10.   Le Futur
  11.    Le conditionnel présent

     A1 DELF EXAM COACHING

EXAM PATTERN

      Type of tests: A1

Listening

  •    Comprehension questionnaires dealing with three or four very short recordings on everyday life (played twice). Maximum duration of recordings: 3 mins
  •    Duration Approximately 20 minutes Mark out of / 25

Reading

  •    Comprehension questionnaires dealing with four or five written documents on everyday life.
  •   Duration 0 h 30 Mark out of / 25

  Writing

  •   Two part test:filling in a record, a form
  •          writing simple phrases (postcards, messages, stories etc) on everyday topics.
  •   Duration > 0 h 30 Mark out of / 25

  Speaking

  •   Three part test:
  •         guided conversation
  •        exchanging information
  •      role-play.
  •   Duration 5 à 7 minutes preparation: 10 minutes Mark out of / 25
  •    Total duration of all tests: 1 hour 20
  •    Total mark out of 100
  • Overall pass mark: 50/100
  •  Pass mark per test: 5/25

Course Content for the Exam

  1.     Les Articles
  2.       Conjugaison des verbes
  3.       Présenter, Se Présenter
  4.     Masculine, Féminin/ Singulier, Pluriel
  5.        L’interrogation
  6.   Négation
  7.    La Date et l’heure
  8.        Les Pronoms
  9.       Les Adjectif
  10.        Les Adverbes
  11.    Conjugaison des verbes pronominaux
  12.       L’impérative
  13.       Présent
  14.        Future Proche
  15.         Passé Récent
  16.       Passé composé
  17.  Imparfait

   A2 DELF EXAM COACHING

      EXAM PATTERN

       Type of tests: A2

   Listening

  •  Comprehension questionnaires dealing with three or four short recordings on everyday life (played twice). Maximum duration of recordings: 5 mins
  •  Duration Approximately 25 minutes Mark out of / 25

  Reading

  •    Comprehension questionnaires dealing with three or four short recordings on everyday life.
  •   Duration 0 h 30 Mark out of / 25

  Writing

  •   Two short pieces of writing (letter to a friend or message)
  •          describe an event or personal experiences
  •       Invite, thank, say sorry, ask for something, give information, congratulate in writing…
  •  Duration 0 h 45 Mark out of / 25

 Speaking

  • Three part test:
  •     guided conversation
  • exchanging information
  •  Role-play.
  •   Duration 6 to 8 minutes preparation : 10 minutes Mark out of / 25
  •   Total duration of all tests: 1 hour 40
  •   Total mark out of 100.
  •  Overall pass mark: 50/100
  •   Pass mark per test: 5/25

      Course Content For the Exam

  1.     Le Future
  2.      Les Pronoms
  3.       Pronoms -y et -en
  4.      L’expression de la condition
  5.     Subjonctif Présent
  6.      Préposition relatif (qui, que, ou)
  7.         Les Adverbes
  8.          Conjugaison et l’emploi de –
  9.    L’indicative présent
  10.    Le Passé Composé
  11.    L’Imparfait
  12.   Le Futur
  13.     Le conditionnel présent
  14.    Les adjectifs
  15.   Les pronoms possessifs, démonstratifs

## Why BLTC For French Language Training

  1. Certified Trainers
  2.  Can appear for DELF Exams held at Alliance Française de Delhi
  3. Smaller batches.
  4. Classes will be held as such to ensure maximum practice of the subject.
  5.  We have a complete study plan based on no. of hours each topic required.
  6. Extensive Doubt sessions.
  7. Personalized attention with focused classroom teaching.
  8. Ample Study material and class assignments which  are included in the course fee.
  9.  To avoid waiting for asking your query you can directly post your query on our whatsapp group so that faculty can answer.
  10. We help you to cover all the stages of your course smoothly rather than focusing on only one area
  11. Extensive speaking sessions are provided for every course.
  12. Comprehensive library is provided for your language building.Our trainers works on improving student’s understanding ability and also gives them the confidence they need.
  13. Our faculties does not only tutor you, They become your mentors for life.

LEVEL 1

  1. The Alphabets
  2. The Numbers
  3. Names of Fruits, Vegetable, colures etc.
  4. Cultural Understanding
  5. Langage Prononciation
  6. Formal/Informal
  7. Display, if present
  8. The Articles
  9. Conjugation of verbs
  10. Greetings
  11. The names(masculine/feminine/singular/plural)
  12. polling
  13. Negation
  14. The Date and Time
  15. The adjectives
  16. The Pronoun
  17. The adverbs
  18. The imperative
  19. Present
  20. Recent Past
  21. Close future

LEVEL 2

  1. Langage Prononciation
  2. Cultural Understanding
  3. Formal/Informal
  4. Conjugation of verbs
  5. The adjectives
  6. The Pronoun
  7. Pronouns (-y, -in)
  8. The adverbs
  9. The imperative
  10. Present
  11. Recent Past
  12. Close future
  13. Past tense
  14. The imperfect
  15. Reflexive verbs
  16. Simple future
  17. The condition expression
  18. Preposition for (who, what, or
  19. The subjunctive

LEVEL 3

  1. Possessive Pronoun
  2. Demonstrative Pronoun
  3. The present subjunctive
  4. The conditional
  5. Adjectives and indefinite pronouns
  6. Conjugation and employment
  7. Simple present
  8. Perfect tense
  9. Imperfect tense
  10. Future tense
  11. The conditional
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Chinese Language Course

Level 1 to 3; Integrated

ALL LEVELS ARE AVAILABLE
B1 40DAYS 2HOURS
B2 40DAYS 2HOURS
A1 30DAYS 2HOURS
A2 30DAYS 2HOURS
A3 40 DAYS 2 HOURS
A4 40 DAYS 2 HOURS

  • Introduction to Chinese Language
  • Speech sounds of Beijing dilect
  • Introducing Tones
  • Greetings
  • Surname, Firstname
  • Talking about your, Country, Nationality, City
  • Talking about your hobbies
  • Talking about your birthday and age
  • Introduction of chinese numbers
  • Introducing your family
  • Introduction of year, months, week days and dates
  • Introduction of time and daily schedule
  • Introduction of this and that
  • Introduction of interaction to do Shopping
  • How to interact in a restaurant, ordering foods, drinks
  • Introduction of Colors
  • Making a phone call
  • Introduction of how to ask you way in public places
  • How to talk about free time and entertainment
  • Customize Session
  • Business Vocabulary
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German Language Course

ALL LEVELS ARE AVAILABLE
A1 30DAYS 2HOURS
A2 30DAYS 2HOURS
B1 40DAYS 2HOURS
B2 40DAYS 2HOURS
C1 45DAYS 2HOURS
C2 45DAYS 2HOURS

All the levels in the Course will cover four aspects: LISTENING READING SPEAKING AND WRITING IN GERMAN LANGUAGE

A1 Level Course

 Grammar
  • Your Introduction
  • Greeting
  • German Word Spellings
  • Numbers
  • Time
  • Articles, Nouns, Pronouns, Singular-Plural
  • Interrogative Pronouns
  • Verbs and theirs conjugations (Regular and irregular verbs)
  • Modal Verbs
  • Nominative, Accusative and Dative cases, theirs nouns and Personal Pronouns
  • Possessive Pronouns
  • Definite and Indefinite and Demonstrative Articles
  • Imperative (Request/Command/Instructions)
  • Adjectives
  • Opposites
  • Prepositions
  • Present and Present Perfect Tense
  • Comparative
  • Vocabulary: Eatables, Clothes, Professions, Furniture, Transport mediums, weather etc

Writing and Speaking

  • Writing and speaking about your country and other countries (Germany)
  • Informal Letter-writing
  • Talk in Café, Restaurant or a Supermarket
  • Fixing an appointment with an official
  • Writing and talking about Daily routine
  • Discussion about a vacation or a holiday
  • Writing about People (Friends, Family member etc)

Listening
All of the above topics will be taught with the help of audio exercises in order to enhance the German language listening skills

  • Individual attention, less number of students in batches assured

A2 Level Course

Grammar

  • Accusative, Dative and mixed Prepositions
  • Adverbs (for Time); then, after that, at first, back then, earlier, now etc
  • Present Perfect, Past and Future Tense
  • Comparative and Superlative
  • Complex Sentences
  • Sentence connectors ( because, that, whether, if, as etc)
  • Genetive case
  • Reflexive Pronouns and Prepositions
  • Relative Sentences
  • Final Sentences (In order to…., with that….)
  • Active- Passive
  • Wishful Sentence

Writing and Speaking

  • Knowledge of different Expressions
  • Talk over movies or daily life happenings
  • Discussions over Biographies
  • Understanding of difficult and long sentences
  • Writing and talking about free time activities
  • Positive and negative reactions

Listening
All of the above topics will be taught with the help of audio exercises in order to enhance the German language listening skills

  • Individual attention, less number of students in batches assured
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Read Content in Spanish
English

 COURSE CONTENT

All the levels in the Course will cover four aspects: LISTENING READING SPEAKING AND WRITING IN SPANISH LANGUAGE

  • Letra, Datos personales, Saludar y Despedirse
  • Numeros, Los dias de la semana, Meses del ano
  • Tres conjugacines, verbos ser tener y llamrse Gramatica de Unidad1
  • Revision y Problemas de los estudiantes
  • Intreses, Pronombres personales
  • Presente de indicativo, verbos regulares -ar,er,ir
  • verbos y preposiciones. Gramatica de Unidad 2
  • Preguntas sobre una ciudad
  • Introducion a hay,ser,estar
  • Cuantificadores, Gramatica de Unidad 3
  • Ropas,colores
  • Dialogo
  • Una actividad de Dialogo
  • Los possesivos, Gramatica de Unidad 4
  • Aspecto fisico, Adjetivos
  • Verbo gustar
  • Gramatica de Unidad 5
  • Hora, Situar en el dia
  • Frequencia, Gramatica de Unidad 6
  • Presente de indicativo, verbos irregulares
  • Frutas, Verdeduras, Bebidas y cosas de comer
  • En el Resturante
  • Gramatica de Unidad 7 y Revision y Problemas de los estudiantes
  • Distencias y Direcciones
  • Continuacion
  • Pedir informacion sobre direcciones
  • Gramatica de Unidad 8
  • letters, personal details, salutations and taking leaves
  • numbers, days of the week, months in an year
  • the three conjugations, verbs ser, tener and llamarse, grammar of chapter 1
  • intrests, personal pronouns
  • present tense for ar ir and er verbs
  • verbs and prepositions grammar of chapter 2
  • questions asked for a city
  • an introduction to hay, ser and estar
  • quatifiers, grammar of chapter 3
  • clothes and colours
  • dialouges
  • an activity on dialougues
  • possesive nouns, grammar of chapter 4
  • physical aspects, adjectives
  • gustar verb
  • grammar of chapter 5
  • time, and place in a day
  • frequencies, grammar of chapter 6
  • present tense for irregular verbs
  • fruits, vegetables, drinks, and things to eatings in a resturants
  • grammar of chapter 7 and revision and problems of student
  • distances and dirrections
  • continue
  • asking for dirrections
  • grammar of chapter 8
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COCKTAIL COURSES FOR ENGLISH

: 32 Days
1.5 Hour

  • DAY 1 VOWELS ,Consonants
  • DAY 2 SENTENCES MAKING uses of is,am,are.has,have,had,this,that,those
  • DAY 3 VOCABULARY USAGE
  • DAY 4 FREE SPEAKING SESSION
  • DAY 5 VIDEO WATCHING
  • DAY 6 PRONOUN, NOUN
  • DAY 7 Prepositions, Conjunctions & Interjections, adverbs
  • DAY 8 PUNCTUATIONS AND LANGUAGE FUNCTION
  • DAY 9 WRITING LETTERS
  • DAY 10 SYNONYMS AND ANTONYMS
  • DAY 11 PICTURE DESCRIPTIONS and LISTENING PRACTICE
  • DAY 13 IDIOMS
  • DAY 14 TENSES (PAST PRESENT FUTURE)
  • DAY 15 Writing – Story making with guidelines
  • DAY 16 Speaking Session (Impromptu / Extempore)
  • DAY 17 Phrases, Clauses & Simple, Complex Sentences
  • DAY 18 PERSONALITY GROOMING
  • DAY 19 GROUP DISCUSSIONS
  • DAY 20 COMMUNICATION SKILLS
  • DAY 21 CROWD ADRESSING
  • DAY 22 PRESENTATION SKILLS
  • DAY 23 SUMMARISING THE TEXT
  • DAY 24 INTERVIEW PRACTICE
  • DAY 25 EMAIL ETIQUETTES
  • DAY 26 SPEECH AND INTONATION
  • DAY 27 REPORT WRITING AND REVISION
  • DAY 28 Reading , Speaking & Writing practice
  • DAY 29 Writing – Resume/CV
  • DAY 30 Revision
  • DAY 31 TEST
  • DAY 32 Result & Corrections

 

Message from Chairman

Foresight, ability to seize the opportunity, relentless drive to succeed and tremendous business acumen are the four cornerstones of BIJOU Group, which have always kept us at the forefront of business value creation and a sustainable model of growth and achievement for the past three decades.

We continuously explore, set new benchmarks and bring about paradigm change, thus keeping our organization always ahead of the curve. Our customers keep raising the bar and expect us to exceed their expectations, providing us an opportunity to think differently and act differently; to innovate and deliver value-added products and services.
And yes, we continue to deliver and excel as our workforce is always focused on helping our customers achieve their goals. Our success is a result of our employees’ commitment to stringent delivery standards and determination to deliver the one thing that our customers and investors want most – RESULTS.

For us, the challenges of today are brimming with possibilities and we are confident that our pioneering entrepreneurial spirit will help us to expand our global footprint even during these challenging times.

Welcome to BIJOU Group…
Where we challenge today to shape tomorrow

With kind regards
Mr. Veejay Kr. Beri.
Chairman
Bijou Language Training Center

Message from President

Bijou Language Training Centre (BLTC) has been defined by its steadfast assurance to our students’ academic success and personal development. We have worked diligently to create an Authorized Registration and Training Centre that prioritizes quality training in GLOBAL ENGLISH, FOREIGN TEST PREPARATION AND FOREIGN LANGUAGES.

It is my honor and privilege to impart best preparation to our valuable students. We offer students a friendly environment. Our motto…LEARN AND GROW.

The broad range of resources and services we offer are customized to help students do well personally and academically and to prepare for their future specialized success.

Our devoted and well experienced staff members are fully committed to helping students succeed in their respective courses.

At BLTC we take extra mileage to keep our immigrants and students visa cases stress free and motivated various seminars and workshop are conducted to keep them comfortable and assist them get over examination fears to improve their RESULTS

I, take a great pleasure meeting and counseling students as well as their parents as much possible, and wish to personally welcome them at BLTC.

With kind regards
Ms. Jayashree Menon
(President)

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