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Learning styleHomeworkSupportScheduleBudgetCertificate of completion or letter of reference
Easy Street
for relaxed learners  none - some basic no cancellations $ yes
Main Street
for motivated students medium standard 1 week $$ yes
for busy professionals maximum full 24 hrs / same day $$$ yes
Rodeo Drive
for special groups study pack total one day $$$ yes
Social Ave
for change-makers self-directed case-by-case limited $  -  $$$ yes
Junior Plaza
for young learners some basic none $  -  $$$ yes


⬇︎ Read program details below...



for relaxed learners


✓ Homework: none - some

✓ Support outside of lesson: basic

✓ Schedule: fixed, no cancellations


recommended area of study

speaking | grammar | vocabulary | writing | reading


easy-going lessons

  • I want to speak with my friends from Canada and England. (shop owner, age 53)
  • We would like to study grammar but we don‘t like exams. (designers, age 25 - 40)
  • No stress, please. Speaking English is fun for us. (seniors, age 65+)


for motivated students


✓ Homework: medium

✓ Support: standard

✓ Schedule: fixed, cancel 1-week in advance


recommended area of study

course-book guided | student-led focus | teacher handouts

introduction / overview of official English exam


general studies

  • My group needs grammar practice. We‘d like to use a course book and do homework. (office assistants, age 30 +)
  • I have to do small talk with customers and explain wine & food. I need help with menus and emails.  (restaurant owner, age 40 +)
  • Speaking is not such a problem for us. But, talking about politics, films and news is difficult. (fashion retailers, age 50 +)



for busy professionals or academics

✓ Homework: specific purposes

✓ Support: full

✓ Schedule: flexible, 24-hour cancellation


recommended area of study

topics necessary for work | presentations | negotiations | emails | essays | reports

full exam preparation, practice, sign-up and exam-taking strategy


job-related lessons

  • My colleagues and I are taking an English exam. We need to pass! (business people, age 30 - 45)
  • Our small team needs to prepare scripts and do interviews in English. Our schedule changes often. (media team, age 30 +)
  • I work and go to school. I need help with my university studies; it‘s A LOT of writing. (MBA student, age 37)


for special groups


✓ Homework: study-pack

✓ Support outside of lesson: limited

✓ Schedule: one day, skills development


recommended area of study

one-day intensive focus on: small talk topics for conferences | high-stakes presentations


skills workshop

  • My guys have to do English presentations and negotiations. They need more confidence. (business people, mixed ages)
  • We need to prepare for our English exam by doing several full practice tests and writing tasks. (career changers, age 36 +)
  • Our group wants to get better at small talk and practice techniques to keep a conversation going. (age 29 - 52)


for change-makers and special cases


✓ Homework: self-directed

✓ Support: case-by-case

✓ Schedule: limited


recommended area of study

individual or group-led request | career advancement training | social project subject


working on social projects or self-study

  • I am almost finished my studies and now I am looking for a job. I need to practice interview questions. (biologist, age 39)
  • We are training to be primary school teachers and we need to have the First Certificate Exam. (practicum teachers, age 24 +)
  • We are social aid workers helping in a crisis. English is everywhere. It‘s the language of volunteers. (mixed ages)


for young learners


✓ Homework: some

✓ Support: basic

✓ Schedule: fixed, no cancellations


lessons for early starters


  • Young learners have normal learning abilities and do not require special needs care.
  • Parents of young learners provide a supportive environment for English language studies.
  • Young learners have a positive attitude towards the English language and English speaking culture.

When you want it the most, there‘s no easy way out.

Celine Dion