There is never a better place to start a new year, than with a story of hope, and if you are interested in Cornwall, there is no better story than one that contains not only hope, but buccaneers and mining – a true blend of culture, language and adventure!
So, our first blog story will be the story of the hope that is within Lithium for Cornwall, and how our Vocational English Courses (taught in a CLIL/TVET style) can be closely focused on the type of language that is relevant to their desired professional field.
Lithium & Hope
At Language Tree, our Vocational English course is flexible enough to design bespoke courses for groups wishing to extend expertise in both mining and the environmental management of the industry itself, with the added bonus that its an area we are particularly interested in!
As a British Council accredited school, we are engaged in supporting students from a diverse spectrum of backgrounds to study with us here is Cornwall. We have supported students to come and work in mining roles as part of our Vocational English courses, and to continue their studies at the world famous Camborne School of Mines. Our students have had sought after trips to Geothermal Engineering Limited, Imerys and Geevor as part of their supporting learning activities – and have always been the most loved of our Vocational English Courses scientific educational trips.