This workshop can be delivered face-to-face or online. 


Do you know your pronouns from prepositions and articles from adjectives? Can grammar mistakes sometimes lead to miscommunication in your workplace? 

This course reviews and develops strong foundation skills in English grammar for work. Through detailed analysis, feedback and advice, you will be able to identify and correct common errors with confidence, resulting in more accurate, clear and professional communication.

This workshop is for you if …

 You would like to gain more confidence in the fundamentals of English grammar.


After attending this workshop, you should be better able to:

  • use improved knowledge English grammar to avoid and correct common grammatical mistakes 
  • communicate clearly, concisely and precisely  
  • project a more polished image through accurate use of English grammar.

Workshop outline

Grammar fundamentals

  • How good is your grammar?
  • Understanding word classes
  • Grammar in typical work situations

Talking about the present and past

  • Giving an update
  • Talking about your company’s history
  • Writing your LinkedIn profile

Nouns, article and quantifiers

  • Information or informations?
  • A, an or the?
  • How much or how many?

Talking about the future

  • Will or would?
  • Making recommendations
  • Presenting an action plan

The language of questions

  • Finding out about others’ needs
  • Requesting and offering help at work
  • Checking understanding and getting agreement

Choosing the correct preposition

  • Using prepositions of time and place
  • Collocating prepositions with common verbs

Why choose us?

Find out why you should choose us and how we deliver our workshops face-to-face or online

Full-day workshop schedule

Face-to-face Public training dates 2021/2022
28-29 June 12-13 August 9-10 December 2021
17-18 January 2022 28-29 March  

Prefer to join a part-time course?

This workshop can also be delivered part-time on weekdays and weekends focused on skills and English language for working professionals over 10 or 20 weeks.