AMIDEAST is announcing the launching of a New English Language Course that is designed to meet both employees’ and employers’ needs
Online PR News – 05-October-2015 – cairo – AMIDEAST is announcing the launching of a New English Language Course that is designed to meet both employees’ and employers’ needs for probe communication skills, specifically in English.
According to a recent survey conducted by bayt, about 70% of hiring managers place top importance for proper English communication skills in their selection process; and almost 20% of them judge this starting from having an error-free CV.
“At AMIDEAST we are very excited about the launch of our new English Language Training Program. We believe that English language gives individuals and companies access to the global community and to global business opportunities. The program is therefore designed to be dynamic, innovative and focused on helping individuals have better language proficiency because better English means better business.” Said Shahinaz Ahmed, Country Director of AMIDEAST Egypt.
AMIDEAST is an American nonprofit organization engaged in international education, training, and development assistance. Working with international, regional and national partners, AMIDEAST provides programs and services to improve educational opportunities and quality, strengthen national institutions and develop language and professional skills for success in the global economy. Headquartered in Washington DC, AMIDEAST has a professional staff of over 600 and operates more than 20 field and program offices in the Middle East and North Africa.
In Egypt, AMIDEAST has operated continuously for almost 60 years. With main offices in Cairo and Alexandria and branches in Dokki and Heliopolis, AMIDEAST provides programs and services to Egyptians interested in exploring U.S. study opportunities and enhancing their communications and managerial skills for personal and professional advancement.
For inquiries and registrations contact AMIDEAST sales Egyptfirstname.lastname@example.org