Have you identified Communication Barriers in your place of Work
Perhaps you’re a Non-Native English speaker hoping to improve your English for IELTS, Work or Social Life?
Are you frustrated that your English Grammar is good but you don't understand Newspapers, TV or Radio?
Do you think your English is stopping you getting a better job, a better career or promotion to a better role?
If you feel your English is slowing you down, then Ozy English can get you back on track
Antoine Burke is a Language and Business Graduate of University College Dublin, Ireland and a Cambridge CELTA qualified English Language Teacher
He's also a former International Athlete and was a one time World Leading High Jumper and World Championship Medallist. He's won numerous National Titles and still holds National Records in both track and field athletics disciplines.
It is this unique background that has allowed Antoine to bring a high performance approach to learning the English language. Antoine has worked at some of the most prestigious schools in Melbourne and Sydney including the Sydney English Language Centre- Bondi, the Melbourne Language Centre and the Australian Catholic University, Melbourne.
He has taught every level of English from Elementary to IELTS and Business preparation and his unique professional background has included experience in the Public and Private Sector, in three continents, where he's been exposed to a wide variety of English in Government, Finance and Sales roles.
ABOUT OZY ENGLISH
Ozy means Australian ..and 'Ozy English' means learning how to communicate- the Ozy way.
It's about helping you understand everyday, spoken English.
That means; the ability to speak and communicate clearly with a range of colourful and descriptive English words, expressions and slang.
It's an opportunity to learn Real English, the kind of language you don't learn in School. The English language is changing all the time. With Ozy English you'll be up to date.
Ozy English was developed by Antoine Burke in 2010 with the aim of bridging the gap between Academic English and Real English. Real English is when people say things like;
..."that was heaps good"..INSTEAD OF "that was great"
..."then he goes to me"....INSTEAD OF "then he said to me"
..."they headed off early"...INSTEAD OF "they left early"
Real English means understanding a million expressions. It's knowing the difference depending on context, environment and intonation. It's understanding the difference between American and British English; Formal and Informal; Technical, professional and Colloquial English
Ozy English explains the difference.