Oil & Gas English Course

Study Mode:

Full time: 15 hr/week 

Term start date:

Every first Monday of each month

Age group


Number of students

Max 8 students

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Course Overview:

Our specialist technical English language course is for students and professional workers in the oil and natural gas sectors. It is designed for participants who already have a good knowledge of Business English and who need to improve their language and communication skills in the oil and gas sector. The programme covers speaking, writing, listening and reading.

What is the English level required to attend an oil and gas English course?

Students should have a high Intermediate level (CEFR B1/B2) to enrol for an oil and gas course. In other words students should have good knowledge of General English with good grammar and communicative skills to be able to follow and participate in the course.

Aim of the course:

Having successfully completed this course, you should have more confidence and fluency in this area of Business English. You will be able to conduct yourself in meetings and during presentations with greater impact and you will be able to write constructive reports using the appropriate language

Why is it important to take this course?

Whether you have direct contact in English, are presenting research at an international conference in English, reading articles or hoping to study or work in an English speaking  environment, it is vital to feel confident and be able to comprehend and communicate effectively. Our oil & gas English course focuses on the skills that any professional will need in English: speaking, listening, writing and reading at the same time as building accurate grammar and vocabulary to be able to communicate with confidence.

 How are our Oil & gas English courses designed for?

All of our English Oil and Gas courses may be taken online, in-company or our college. Areas of learning in the course are listed below:


  • Health and safety, risk assessment and accidents in the workplace

  • Work duties and responsibilities

  • Identifying and describing objects, equipment, processes and procedures

  • Language for geophysical and geological surveys and statistics

  • The language of meetings, negotiations and presentations

  • Report-writing and business e-mails.

  • Sales and marketing of petroleum products.

  • Impact on the environment, society and politics of the petroleum sector.