The work-focused programme was designed for students already working in English, the company said, or those looking for employment in an English-speaking environment.
Lea Aylett, Academic Director of The Language Gallery, said, "The English for Work course is for people looking to enhance their CV by improving their business English. Professionals from other countries, no matter their field of work, will benefit from these classes, focussing on English specific to the working environment.
This includes CV writing and interview skills, making presentations, emailing and networking, as well as making small talk and socialising in the workplace. The English for Work course gives students the tools they need to enable them to plan the future steps of their career."
The school has also launched Spanish and German evening classes, mainly aimed at domestic students.
Located in the Holborn area of the city, the London school is the one of seven locations worldwide for The Language Gallery, which is part of the Global University Systems group.
By Matthew Knott