So, you contact English Language Services NZ. What now?
First, we have a free consultation, online or face to face, to find out what package you are interested in, why you need it and what you want to achieve when you are in New Zealand.
Some clients are very sure of what they need and others are not. The consultation helps me to help you decide the best package for you. The consultation also gives me a ‘snapshot’ of how you use English.
Second, I prepare a sensible plan, with a package and price, for how I think I can help you. I may suggest easy stages so your progress can be checked and the programme changed if you feel that your needs have changed.
These are some of the requests I have had …
I want to work in New Zealand. I have my work visa but I’m worried about my CV and my interview skills!
A job interview requires you to present yourself, your business skills and impress the interviewer. You might want to focus on your confidence with vocabulary, pronunciation and delivery.
Usually, I recommend starting with a three-hour sequence for English at Work. Clients usually need and want more.
Actually I really just want to practise my speaking so I can talk naturally with New Zealanders!
Everyday English sessions are different. Students usually want to improve their confidence or fluency. You decide how much time you have free to practise these skills. You decide if you want to do it formally or informally such as Walk and Talk or Coffee and Chat.
Thank you, but I need help planning my trip around New Zealand. I would love to talk to a Kiwi about what to see and do!
I also have a new package, Travel Wisely in New Zealand. This is for the traveller who wants to plan a sensible, economic, well-timed trip around the country. They need someone who knows the best routes, the special places to see and the cuisine to try.
I am here for anyone who wants to improve their English experience in New Zealand!
A capable English speaker who really wants to get that amazing job but you feel that you do not have the confidence to speak well at the interview.
A new resident who wants to feel more confident talking to New Zealanders and doing everyday activities around town.
A solo traveller who wants to travel around New Zealand and needs to discuss and plan their journey with a Kiwi who knows the culture and country really well.
Not you? Just ask!
You tell me what you do need.
I can help you!
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