Free materials for busy Business English teachers

FILLED: Full-time InCorporateTrainer®™ in Stuttgart

By Helen Sinclair on Sep 19, 2018 2:13:36 PM in Jobs - Filled

Your future job?

We are looking for a committed full-time InCorporateTrainer®™ to work with one of our clients - a global manufacturer in the automotive industry - with their Business English communication goals.  

As an InCorporateTrainer®™, you...

Meetings Language: Conditionals practice

By Ian Taylor on Sep 11, 2018 9:27:00 AM in Free Materials

Meetings grammar and role-play

This is a mini series of lessons to help incorporate conditionals into first controlled then freer practice meeting situations. It helps participants develop speaking and writing practice with conditionals and...

Full-time InCorporateTrainer®™ in Bamberg & Erlangen

By Helen Sinclair on Sep 5, 2018 12:43:40 PM in Jobs - Filled

Your future job?

We are looking for a commited full-time InCorporateTrainer®™ to work with two of our long-term clients, both global engineering companies,  with their Business English communication goals.  The job will be split between Bamberg &...

FILLED: Part-time InCorporateTrainer®™ in Erlangen

By Helen Sinclair on Aug 31, 2018 12:16:13 PM in Jobs - Filled

Your future job?

We are looking for a part-time InCorporateTrainer®™ to work with one of our clients in the Erlangen area.

The part-time position (16 – 20 hours per week during office hours) will involve 1-to-1 and group training in the client’s...

Is email making us stupid? (reading/discussion/roleplay)

By Helen Sinclair on Aug 29, 2018 2:45:00 PM in Free Materials

Technology in the workplace

The “memo” (along with the role play concept) and the “attached” article are best distributed well before a session begins, as it will take a bit of time for participants to read the whole article (some challenging...

Explain yourself: vocabulary practice

By Martin Wheeler on Aug 15, 2018 1:55:31 PM in Free Materials

This is a fun activity aimed at B1 and up.

For example: Yesterday you were seen driving an Audi TT.  Angelina Jolie was next to you. Explain yourself!


Don't shoot the messenger!

By Helen Sinclair on May 22, 2018 1:24:00 PM in Free Materials

Giving unpalatable advice diplomatically

Primary Aims:  Present and practice functional language connected with giving advice and handling sensitive HR situations. Secondary Aims: Present and practice vocabulary connected with this topic.


Full-time InCorporateTrainer®™ 

By Helen Sinclair on May 7, 2018 3:33:27 PM in Jobs - Open

Apply for future positions

Timing is everything and sometimes the stars align - sometimes not.  That's why, at Target Training, we have an ongoing recruitment process & are always looking for qualified & experienced trainers who could join us in...

Plain English: the beauty of verbs

By Ian Taylor on May 7, 2018 9:43:00 AM in Free Materials

A fair number of learners I deal with speak reasonably well, but struggle when it comes to putting their ideas into writing. This is often a result of their trying to apply an over-complex, formal style they picked up at school. This piece, when...

Conflict resolution: language and strategies

By Helen Sinclair on Apr 24, 2018 10:21:08 AM in Free Materials

This set of materials is primarily to get participants thinking about the language and strategies they use when managing conflicts in English. This should be done with higher level participants who are experienced conflict managers in German.