Cambridge English for Job-hunting is designed to develop the specialist English language knowledge and communication skills that job-seekers need to apply for and secure jobs. Ideal for both working professionals and those new to the world of employment, the course comprises six standalone units covering core areas such as CV preparation, cover letter writing, and answering interview questions. Authentic materials such as genuine CVs and cover letters give learners practical experience in understanding and preparing vital documents. The course also offers valuable advice to help improve job-hunters' confidence, including help with difficult interview questions and how to present yourself effectively.
Cambridge English for the Media develops the communication skills and specialist English language knowledge of media students and professionals, enabling them to work more confidently and effectively. Covering a range of media-related fields including newspapers, television, radio and marketing, the eight standalone units enable students to concentrate on the areas that are most relevant to them. As well as teaching specialist language, the course also develops job-specific skills such as writing headlines, producing advertisements and preparing a pitch. Authentic teaching materials such as newspaper articles and blogs help prepare learners for real working life. Comprehensive teacher's notes are available online.
Self-study vocabulary practice.
Official preparation material for Cambridge English: Advanced, also known as CAE.
The book covers selected vocabulary needed by students taking Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) exam and includes exam-style tasks for each paper. Cambridge Vocabulary for Advanced builds students’ lexical knowledge for success at an advanced level. It includes useful tips on how to approach Cambridge English …
In 2009 I Produced, directed and filmed this Crime Doc set in Cambridge in the 1970′s. I managed a very small team on a tight budget and with only a short period of time to complete the documentary had to find ways of tracking down contributors who could easily have moved from the area. As well as sifting through old newspapers and documents I ran adverts in the local papers, spoke to journalists and people who worked at Cambridge University during that period. Word spread and I was able to interview a host of people who were in Cambridge at the time of the crimes including a woman who lived with one of the victims where the rapist struck. She experienced the aftermath of one of the attacks.