Prospect Series

English for the offshore industry

  • 100%


  • 128


  • 1 Week

    of duration per module

  • 8 levels

    Qualified according to the European Reference Standard (CEFR)

The online English training program Prospect is specially designed for adults interested in or linked to the offshore corporate environment. So, much of its content is related to situations and issues relevant to this environment. It is also useful for other potential trainees who want to acquire and/or expand their knowledge of the English language.

More than providing a list of functional vocabulary, Prospect enables the participant to communicate effectively, interacting with competence in the professional environment and acquiring confidence to provide or find the information they need.


Within the industry, companies have a large number of expatriate employees. This cultural and linguistic diversity often hinders the training tasks of offshore supervisors.


Your employees need to understand basic English so that health and safety instructions are understood and fulfilled. Lack of communication and cultural misunderstanding can put lives at risk.


When your employees can communicate with confidence, they increase their level of commitment, increase their productivity and prevent accidents on board.

Our learning tools

During the training program, the participants will be in total control of their study pace and count on the following tools:
Leveling test

Instance to know the level of initial linguistic knowledge of the participant, both for their self-knowledge and to define their starting point in Prospect.


Explanatory texts that present elements for the analysis of the context/situation, the activation of previous knowledge and participation.

Video classes

Short videos that present, in simple and direct language, the key points and useful tips to reinforce the content of the Lectures.

Activities for self-evaluation

Multiple-choice exercises on the content presented, with correction, explanation and automatic references to evaluate their progress at the end of each module.

Problem solving

Challenges involving situations that may occur in the professional and personal life of the participant, which they must solve by using the knowledge learned up to that level.


Objective evaluations every 4 modules that demonstrate the level of knowledge acquired up to that point of the learning process.