English for the Pharmaceutical Industry is an ideal short course aimed at those working in research and development, production, and quality control in the pharmaceutical industry.

Duration

 30 hours

English for the Pharmaceutical IndustryCourse Details: English for the Pharmaceutical Industry teaches you how to communicate effectively in different areas of pharmaceuticals.The course is suitable for a range of pharmaceutical professionals, such as chemists, formulation scientists, lab technicians, medical writers, and clinical researchers. English for the Pharmaceutical Industry has six units which cover the core areas of pharmaceuticals, from initial substance discovery to the final stages of production and packaging. Every unit uses authentic situations and dialogues to concentrate on one fundamental aspect of the industry. Fact check What's my level? What's my level? Who's it for? English for the Pharmaceutical Industry is an ideal short course aimed at those working in research and development, production, and quality control in the pharmaceutical industry. English for the Pharmaceutical Industry is an ideal short course aimed at those working in research and development, production, and quality control in the pharmaceutical industry. Course content Providing information, introducing oneself, one's field and projects, summarizing action points, writing job ads. Asking about drug discovery and drug development, talking about time periods, asking for and giving opinions. Informing, asking questions during an audit, suggesting corrective action, discussing SOPs. Describing a process, getting information, making suggestions, linking ideas, requesting information and responding directly. Reporting severe adverse events, discussing the causes of SAEs, asking about implications form a drug, giving general advice, giving strong warnings. Expressing moments in time, giving instructions, describing a process, giving presentations. Providing information, introducing oneself, one's field and projects, summarizing action points, writing job ads. Asking about drug discovery and drug development, talking about time periods, asking for and giving opinions. Informing, asking questions during an audit, suggesting corrective action, discussing SOPs. Describing a process, getting information, making suggestions, linking ideas, requesting information and responding directly. Reporting severe adverse events, discussing the causes of SAEs, asking about implications form a drug, giving general advice, giving strong warnings. Expressing moments in time, giving instructions, describing a process, giving presentations. The benefits Engaging topics, motivating role-plays, and a variety of exercises provide a framework for each specialist subject Tip boxes in each unit include key language points, useful phrases, and strategies STARTER section at the beginning of each unit has warm-up and awareness-raising activities OUTPUT sections at the end of each unit encourage discussion and reflection Answers, transcripts, and a glossary of useful phrases at the back of each book Self-study material on the interactive MultiROM includes realistic listening extracts and interactive exercises for extra practice Engaging topics, motivating role-plays, and a variety of exercises provide a framework for each specialist subject Tip boxes in each unit include key language points, useful phrases, and strategies STARTER section at the beginning of each unit has warm-up and awareness-raising activities OUTPUT sections at the end of each unit encourage discussion and reflection Answers, transcripts, and a glossary of useful phrases at the back of each book Self-study material on the interactive MultiROM includes realistic listening extracts and interactive exercises for extra practice