Eton Institute, UAE’s largest training and development centre with branches in Abu Dhabi and Dubai announced that its popular Intensive courses in Arabic and English are back starting this 16th September 2012. All language courses offered at Eton Institute are accredited by EAQUALS and learners receive free certificates after the completion of their level, and are recognised worldwide.
The 30 hours intensive courses run for a duration of 3 weeks and cover a part of the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Language Learning) levels. The courses involve 2 hours of interactive learning in a group setting, daily from Sunday to Thursday, with convenient morning or afternoon timings, suitable for young adults and professionals, who are able to take a couple of hours off every day towards self-development. The courses are designed to help individuals learn or improve their language skills in the shortest possible time.
Moaz Khan, Marketing Manager at Eton Institute explained: “At Eton Institute, we believe in creating opportunities for learning that are suitable for everyone and cater to their individual preferences and availability. The Intensive courses in Arabic and English is one of the several options that are available for learning and serve to a niche community of learners who are available during the mornings or in the afternoons, and can set aside a couple of hours every day towards self-development. The Intensive courses are extremely popular with university students, young adults and mothers in-between their school runs.”
The Arabic and English Intensive courses at Eton Institute are conducted every 4 weeks throughout the year and are available at both its locations in Abu Dhabi and Dubai. The next course is scheduled to start this coming Sunday on 16th September and is conveniently offered in mornings (8am-10am or 10am-12pm) and afternoons (2pm-4pm) in various levels as per the learner’s proficiency. A free placement test is also available which can be taken online at www.eton.ac  to determine a learners existing level in over 19 languages.