The purpose of this course is to provide students the necessary medical terminology for developing English communication skills with English-speaking doctors and patients.
This course covers a wide range of topics including:
- Vocabulary, terminology and medical idiomatic expressions
- Roles of interpretation (patient consultation, the clinical examination and laboratory tests current)
- Doctor-patient relationship
- Understanding medical reports and case studies
- Medical abbreviations
- Drug equivalency tables, etc.
- Human Anatomy
This program uses specialized medical resources, current case studies, and specialized medical reports and journals. These vast resources are available to all of our students, free of charge. Also, this course requires a medium level of English.
English language courses
Preparation for TOEFL
This program will help you to achieve a higher TOEFL score and prepare for academic life at a university abroad. TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) is the most popular examination for measuring American English proficiency. It is necessary to get a good TOEFL score to enter a college or university abroad. This kind of test is designed to help you achieve that.
Preparation for IELTS
The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is an internationally recognized qualification and entry requirement for universities in the UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand. It is also widely used by governments as a language proficiency guide when issuing work visas and is accepted by various professional organizations. You will be taught skills and techniques, get regular feedback and homework tasks.
Using our teaching methodology, you will learn how English is spoken and used in real-life, day-to-day situations. Focusing on the four skills (reading, writing, speaking and listening), you will practice conversation skills along with improving your grammar, vocabulary, idioms and pronunciation. Learn the English you need to achieve your goals, be understood, and get things done.
This course aims to improve your conversation and speaking skills. It builds your confidence by providing opportunities to discuss, debate and exchange ideas, through communicative activities and tasks. The course will focus on improving fluency, and will also incorporate the vocabulary and functional language that you need to become a ‘natural English’ speaker.
Business English course is designed to help you make maximum progress in a short time. You will have the opportunity to study in a small class of six-eight students. This course is focused on the professional skills you need for international business communication. It will be a great chance to learn about business culture, and meet other business English students.
Our Legal English courses are designed for people working in the legal field and use English in their profession such as lawyers, consultants, translators, and managers involved in the negotiation of contracts and international transactions. The goal of this course is to teach you the proper grammar, vocabulary and composition required for the practice of law in an international context.
The purpose of this course is to provide students the necessary medical terminology for developing English communication skills with English-speaking doctors and patients. This program uses specialized medical resources, current case studies, and specialized medical reports and journals. These vast resources are available to all of our students, free of charge.
English for Children
Trinity Language Center provides English language courses for children and teens, aged 5 to 16 years old. Groups will be organized based on age and experience level. Our teachers help your child to complete and strengthen English language skills acquired in school. This is accomplished through various interactive activities while working in the classrooms of our center or in the comfort of your home or office.
With Trinity Language Center you can enjoy now one-to-one online English lessons in the comfort of your home or office, no matter where you are in the world, and at any time, day or night. Why take the trouble and spend the most important minutes in traffic jams to get to a specific location where to explore the boundaries of a foreign language?