Students are tested for proficiency
and assigned to appropriate levels. Performance is reviewed
periodically to determine deficiencies so that timely
steps can be taken to correct them.
Plan of Training
- Determination of the level : It is done with a validated international examination (Placement Test).
- Detection of Needs : a survey is applied to the organization (Language Competence Assesment)
- Type of Course and curriculum : The specific contents and characteristics of the teachers are decided.
- Administration and monitoring : The English course is executed with a periodic control.
- Return: Measure the absolute progress of the students with the initial examinations.
What level are you?
1.- Beginner See the link related to the method used.
Beginner, ranges from little or no
English to understanding simple statements and phrases.
Can read and write using basic grammatical structures
but has very limited vocabulary, makes frequent errors,
and depends on native-speaker translation for comprehension.
2.- Low Intermediate (TOEIC 10-150)
Understands most conversations spoken
slowly and distinctly; has fair, but not complete control
of structure and pronunciation. Able to express ideas
simply in written paragraph form, but makes many mistakes.
Vocabulary is very limited, must make frequent use of
3.- Intermediate (TOEIC 151-300)
Has general sentence structure under
fair control, with occasional obscurity of meaning.
Able to write simple essays, but has trouble with accuracy
and with use of complex structures. Vocabulary is limited,
but can engage, sometimes hesitatingly, in social and
4.- High Intermediate (TOEIC 301-450)
Reads and writes with some ease, making
occasional errors. Still has difficulty composing essays.
Uses all-English dictionary. Understands most conversations
and lectures on familiar subjects at normal speed. Able
to converse with fewer pronunciation mistakes.
5.- Low Advanced (TOEIC
Reads and writes with accuracy, making
errors in complex or technical forms. Understands most
conversations and lectures at normal speed, but specialized
language and idiomatic usage is still difficult. Able
to speak effectively, with a minimum of pronunciation
mistakes in most social and academic situations.
6.- Advanced (TOEIC 601-750)
Reads and writes effectively for most
purposes with occasional errors in complex structures.
Speaks fluently in most subjects, with errors in idiomatic
forms and making infrequent pronunciation mistakes.
Has little difficulty understanding familiar topics
at normal speed and much unfamiliar technical speech.
7.- Fluency (TOEIC 750-900)
Can handle most practical, social,
abstracts and professional topics with ease. Controls
language forms well, but make occasional errors in complex
structures. Errors rarely interfere with communication
with native speakers or understanding of technical subjects.
Though competent in specialized fields, can benefit
from idiomatic and technical usage in these areas.
* TOEIC scores are approximate.