Teacher: Nicole Picard (Toronto)
Promotion: Trial Class 25% Off!
Relationship are important to the business world. They are what builds a strong company. Here are some examples of courses: networking, phone communication, internal and external communication, social conversation with clients and colleagues, expressions, understanding international speakers.
My course is adapted to the students needs. I offer a course outline and then ask for suggestions from the students to incorporate their experience and business type. I work with current and updated materials, articles and podcasts as well as in depth discussions.
City / Country of origin: Canada
Mother language: English
Spoken languages: English, French
ABOUT THE TEACHER
My name is Nicole and I originally come from Montreal,Quebec.
Which means I am bilingual in French and English,my primary language is English. I have been travelling between Montreal and Toronto for work for many years and recently I decided to move to Toronto to explore its possibilities.
My original profession is a Fashion Designer, I decided to transform my career into teaching when I was hired by Lasalle College in Montreal. This is when I realized I found a career I was truly passionate about. I am able to do 2 of my favourite things learning and helping people learn.
When I am not teaching, I am usually doing sewing projects, discovering the city by bike, reading biographies and when I have time working with new entrepreneurs.
Fashion Design and Marketing, Lasalle College, 1999.
Business Mentor,Futurepreneur:2010-2015,New Business Entrepreneurs
Business and Career Mentor,TRIEC and Woodgreen Community Services:2015-2016, Toronto/ Business Professionals
Corporate language trainer, Language Advantage Inc.: 2013-2015, Toronto/Business Professionals.
Corporate Language Trainer, ELAM and Ecole le Cite: 2011-2013, Montreal/Business Professionals and Government Employees.
ESL Language Trainer, College Platon: 2009-2012, Montreal, Adults Age 17-45.
ESL Language and Fashion Marketing Professor, Lasalle College: 2007-2009, Montreal, Young Adults Age 18-25.
Your English proficiency level will be evaluated by the teacher according to this framework:
A1 - Beginner:
A2 - Elementary:
B1 - Intermediate:
B2 - Independent:
C1 - Advanced:
C2 - Proficient: