English Training


If you just communicate you can get by. But if you skillfully communicate, you can work miracles. - Jim Rohn

In the globalized environment of the contemporary world, English has emerged as the global language of education and trade. It is a common medium that provides educational mobility and credit transferability across the world.

The decision to make the national languages the medium of instruction in India was indeed a progressive and a modern decision, as indicated by the economic success of countries like China, Japan, Korea, Germany and France. But the post internet period of development demands much more curricular space and infrastructure for English in view of its unquestioned emergence as the global medium of communication and the key to the treasure house of global knowledge and employment.

A fundamental shift in employment opportunity has also occurred, whereby the State is no longer the major employer. The private sector employer, in his effort to survive in a globalized environment, is increasingly insisting on English as a basic skill for employment. The growing demand for spoken English has largely been a direct response to the needs of IT related service industries, and especially those of the BPO (Business Process Outsourcing) service industry that has boomed in our country.

The inalienable link between language and employment is recognized and respected. Therefore the training of English language skills by Change Foundation will be designed in such a way as to serve purely as a tool of employment.

Except in the small number of fee levying private and metro schools accessed by the children of affluent families the quality of English teaching in the mainstream government schools is extremely low and poor.

Recognizing the responsibility, Change Foundation has initiated the project to strategize, plan and facilitate training programs/activities to enhance English language skills to the underprivileged and economically weaker sections of the student society in India, especially in the rural Tamil Nadu to break the copyright of this language.

Your participation for the betterment of this endeavor could be in the following ways:

  • Conduct weekend classes on simple communication
  • Organize guest lectures to insist importance of oral expressions
  • Conduct small workshops involving the students to ward off their shyness
  • Spread ease amongst the students on frequent intervals through ice-breakers and prepare topics for 1-2 minutes speeches to bring out their communication skills
  • Refer bright students lacking in communication from the lower-middle class families.

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