Formación inglés Administrativo / Secretariado (Empresas)

La formación de inglés Gymglish PRO (formación profesional de inglés, plan de formación continuo, Fundación Tripartita) se dirige a aquellas empresas que deseen ofrecer a sus trabajadores una formación profesional de inglés a distancia o en Blended Learning.

 

Formación Inglés Administrativo / Secretariado

Gymglish PRO INGLES ADMINISTRATIVO Y SECRETARIADO


• Duración de la formación: 12 meses  (máx. 40 horas) o 6 meses (máx. 20 horas)

• Nivel requerido:  todos los niveles (excepto principiantes)

• Seguimiento y Certificado de finalización de la formación

• Posibilidad de financiación por la Fundación Tripartita

  


Nuestra formación de inglés administrativo / secretariado es personalizada y se adapta a sus necesidades de aprendizaje. Podrá elegir aquello que quiere trabajar con prioridad: inglés escrito, oral, un acento concreto, e-mails, conversaciones telefónicas, etc. Esta oferta de inglés administrativo / secretariado le ofrece cada día un nuevo episodio de la Delavigne Corporation que trata de forma preferente situaciones y terminología administrativa y de secretariado: teléfono, coger y dejar un mensaje, concertar citas, recepción, correspondencia escrita, etc.

 
Ejemplos de algunos episodios de INGLES Administrativo / Secretariado:

Philip's Hotel Stay (Scene 2 of 3)formation anglais administratif
Philip arrives at his hotel
   
     
 


Philip's Hotel Stay (Scene 3 of 3)

Philip phones the hotel reception desk
   
    
 

 

Auto insurance: A new mission for Brian (Scene 3 of 5)
Brian calls the insurance broker
   

 

 

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 A continuación la mostramos la transcripción de los audios de INGLES Administrativo / Secretariado:

 
 
1/ Policy and Politics
Luna DeLune writes an e-mail to Delavigne Corporation managers anglais administratif secretariat

From: Luna DeLune (luna.delune@DelavigneCorp.com)
To: Department Managers (managers@DelavigneCorp.com)
Subject: DC hiring policy
Attachment: hiringpolicy09.pdf

Dear Managers,

It has recently come to my attention that some of you aren't up-to-date on the hiring policy here at the Delavigne Corporation. The official policy is attached as a PDF file, but I'd like to draw your attention to some specific details.

Firstly, we are an equal opportunity employer. This means that when looking at resumes, or conducting interviews, Delavigne Corporation DOES NOT take the following factors into account: Gender, age, race, sexual orientation, religion, disabilities. Concretely, this means that we do not ask candidates about their religion or ethnicity, if they have or plan to have children, and we do not make any assumptions or jokes about any of the above subjects. Ever.

Things we DO take into account: Employment history and experience (including references), performance, academic record, competencies (knowledge, skill, and abilities), suitability for the job in question.

Thanks for your attention to these matters. If anyone is interested in more hiring training, I can organize a training session. If not, just have fun reading the attached document!

Best,
Luna



2/ Philip's Hotel Stay (Scene 1 of 3)
Philip sends a message to Polly Watson on his E-Phone

Polly,
Could you please let the sales department know that I'm going to have to spend the night in Chicago? The big meeting with Dillon's Department Stores has been postponed until tomorrow. Have booked a room in the Windy City hotel. Hope it has beds. I'm exhausted. Another early start tomorrow. Looking forward to seeing you all again.
Philip



3/ Philip's Hotel Stay (Scene 2 of 3)formation anglais administratif
Philip arrives at his hotel


Philip: Good evening, I booked a room for tonight under the name 'Cheeter'.

Receptionist: Good evening, Mr. Cheeter. Let me just check on the computer. Ah yes, here we are. You're staying for just one night, is that right?

Philip: Just one night. In a comfortable bed, I hope.

Receptionist: Don't worry sir, all our beds are very comfortable. Some of them even have mattresses!

Philip: Oh...

Receptionist: That was a hotel joke, sir. Anyway, how would you like to pay for your room?

Philip: I'll be paying by credit card, but is it ok if I settle my bill tomorrow morning? I'm exhausted and would really like to get some sleep.

Receptionist: No problem, sir. Here's your card key.

Philip: Thank you. Could I have a wake-up call at 7.30am please?

Receptionist: Certainly sir.



4/ Philip's Hotel Stay (Scene 3 of 3)
Philip phones the hotel reception desk


Receptionist: Hello, reception desk.

Philip: Hi, this is room 712. I think there's a problem with my bed. It doesn't work.

Receptionist: I'm sorry, sir. Did you say your bed doesn't work?

Philip: Yeah, I can't sleep! I've been tossing and turning all night!

Receptionist: Oh. Does that mean that you're awake?

Philip: Yes, I'm wide awake!

Receptionist: That's excellent! I was just about to give you your wake-up call.

Philip: Huh?

Receptionist: It's 7.30 in the morning, Mr. Cheeter. Wakey, wakey, rise and shine!

Philip: Oh, for the love of...



5/ Horatio's New Assistant?
Horatio receives a letter

Isabelle Maguinn
953 El Camino Real
San Jose, CA 94857formation anglais secretariat

April 15

Mr. Horatio Oléré
Director, Research & Development
Delavigne Corporation
Treasure Trove Towers, Suite 1413
9876 Nosegay Plaza
San Francisco, CA 94122

RE: Yesterday's interview

Dear Horatio Oléré,

I would like to sincerely thank you for the time that you spent with me last Thursday, briefing me on your company's background and operations, and interviewing me for the position of Laboratory Assistant at the Delavigne Corporation's head offices.

I was very pleased with the interview from my perspective, as I hope you were from yours. Now that I have met you and some of your colleagues, and know more about the activities of the Delavigne Corp, I am even more excited about the possibility of working with you and your team than I was before the interview. Your groundbreaking work with monkeys in a cruelty-free environment interested me particularly, and their significant role in your daily activities came as a mild surprise. Nevertheless, I feel that this job would be a perfect fit for my skills and abilities, and that I would definitely be a value-added addition to your company. I think I would prove particularly helpful during your periods of extended absence, as well as during 'sleepy time', which, if I understood correctly, occurs nearly every afternoon.

If you have any follow-up questions, please don't hesitate to call me at (408) 758-3629 or by e-mail at isaguinn@femail.com. I look forward to hearing from you in the near future.

Yours sincerely,
Isabelle Maguinn


6/ Auto insurance: A new mission for Brian (Scene 1 of 5)
Bruno sends an e-mail to Brian Jones

From: Bruno Delavigne (bruno.delavigne@DelavigneCorp.com)
To: Brian Jones (brian.jones@DelavigneCorp.com)
Subject: Auto insurance

Brian,

I've been having a recurrent nightmare recently. My dream keeps on taking me back to that fateful day many years ago when I collided with the Kalvin Krime truck and lost my faculty to smell. The last vision I have, just before I wake up screaming, is the face of the truck driver, the evil intent in his eyes, and the faint smile on his lips, as tranquil as my yoga master.

I made two mistakes that day: not putting on my seatbelt (and suffering horrific nasal injuries as a result) and not renewing my auto insurance. Since I was no longer covered, my insurance claim against Kalvin Krime was refused, even though the truck driver was the responsible party.

This is why, Brian, I'd like you to review the Delavigne auto insurance policies for our company vehicles. I'd like to be sure that our fleet has insurance coverage for all eventualities, including acts of God.

I'm counting on you, Brian. The health of your Delavigne colleagues is in your hands.

Bruno



7/ Auto insurance: A new mission for Brian (Scene 2 of 5)formation anglais administratif secretariat
Brian replies to Bruno

From: Brian Jones (brian.jones@DelavigneCorp.com)
To: Bruno Delavigne (bruno.delavigne@DelavigneCorp.com)
Subject: RE: Auto insurance

Dear Bruno,

I won't let you down, Bruno, you can sleep easy. May I suggest that next time you go to bed, you go easy on the chocolate liqueurs. Apart from the laxative effects, I'm sure they can't be good for your dreams.

I'll contact our insurance broker, Ouch Insurance, and check our current policy.

Brian



8/ Auto insurance: A new mission for Brian (Scene 3 of 5)
Brian calls the insurance broker


Shannon: Hello, Ouch Insurance, Shannon Truman speaking.

Brian: Hello, my name is Jones, Brian Jones. I'm calling from the Delavigne Corporation. I wanted to get some more information about our vehicle insurance policy.

Shannon: Sure, just give me a second here. Yep, here we are, Delavigne Corporation, I've actually got a note here to call you. Your policy has just lapsed.

Brian: Lapsed?!? What does that mean?

Shannon: It means that your vehicles aren't covered. In the event of an accident, if someone files a claim against you, you could be liable for thousands of dollars in damages. Not to mention that it is illegal to drive in most states without at least some liability insurance.

Brian: Lucky I called you. Bruno would kill me if he found out!

Shannon: It sounds like you might need life insurance as well. I'll send you an e-mail with details of the last policy your company purchased.

Brian: Ok, thanks.

Shannon: Check it, and with your agreement we can renew the same policy.

Brian: Ok. Goodbye.