ESL Program

We would like to take this opportunity to introduce and share our expert skill in developing and structuring your organization to boost the company’s employee engagement to its full potential.

iLearn International Institute is one of the most preeminent emerging seminar training providers in the Philippines founded by young, committed, and passionate professionals aiming to accommodate and administer your company’s training and seminar needs. Our growing pool of experts can deliver a fun, unique, and engaging approach in sharing disciplines required for the improvement and success of your company.


In line with this, attached is the course outline for our ESL Program and their applicable rates for your reference. Hope you’ll find time to view the list and find a suitable training/seminar for your office needs.

For a 20-hour program

Full Cash Payment – PHP 16,000 (PHP 800/hour)

The student must pay the FULL amount before the beginning of the first class.

Minimum of 60-hour program

Full Cash Payment – PhP 36,000 (PhP 600/hour)
Installment Payment – PHP 48,000 (PHP 800/hour)

For the Installment Payment, Student must pay 50% of the amount before the beginning of the first class. The remaining 50% must be paid on or before completing the 20th hour of the program.

For an Assist Lesson

Full Cash Payment – Php 1,600 for 2 hours minimum (PHP 800/hour)

Student must pay the FULL amount before the beginning of the class.


ESL PROGRAM – for 20 hours

The following programs require minimum of 20 hours to complete.
1. Meetings
2. Presentations
3. Telephoning
4. Job Interview
5. Sales And Customer Service
6. Negotiations
7. Onboarding (New Hires)
8. Small Talk

Lesson 1: Creating an agenda
Lesson 2: Calling a meeting
Lesson 3: Starting your meeting
Lesson 4: Getting involvement
Lesson 5: Stating your opinion clearly
Lesson 6: Making a decision
Lesson 7: Taking control
Lesson 8: Wrapping up
Lesson 9: Following up
Lesson 11: Different types of meetings
Lesson 12: Brainstorming sessions
Lesson 13: Problem-solving meetings
Lesson 14: Regular staff meetings
Lesson 15: Project meetings
Lesson 16: Training sessions
Lesson 17: External meetings
Lesson 18: Disciplinary meetings
Lesson 19: Impromptu meetings


Lesson 1: Preparing your presentation
Lesson 2: Opening your presentation
Lesson 3: Speaking naturally
Lesson 4: Signposting
Lesson 5: Involving your audience
Lesson 6: Using impact words
Lesson 7: Closing your presentation
Lesson 8: Answering questions
Lesson 9: Handling difficult questions
Lesson 11: Different types of presentations
Lesson 12: Sales presentations
Lesson 13: Special events
Lesson 14: Recommendations
Lesson 15: Announcements
Lesson 16: Status reports
Lesson 17: Impromptu presentations
Lesson 18: Instructional presentations
Lesson 19: Motivational speeches

Lesson 1: Understanding telephone English
Lesson 2: Answering the phone
Lesson 3: Transferring a call
Lesson 4: Taking a message
Lesson 5: Handling inquiries
Lesson 6: Handling difficult inquiries
Lesson 7: Giving directions
Lesson 8: Giving instructions
Lesson 9: Handling complaints
Lesson 11: Making a call
Lesson 12: Making inquiries
Lesson 13: Leaving a message
Lesson 14: Leaving a voice message
Lesson 15: Dealing with technical difficulties
Lesson 16: Making an appointment
Lesson 17: Making an urgent call
Lesson 18: Asking for a subscription renewal
Lesson 19: Making a complaint

Lesson 1 Preparing Your Resume
Lesson 2 Responding To An Interview Invitation
Lesson 3 Greeting Your Interviewer
Lesson 4 Introducing Yourself
Lesson 6 Questions About Your Personality
Lesson 7 Questions About Their Company
Lesson 8 Questions About Your Experience
Lesson 9 Questions About Your Skills
Lesson 11 Questions About Your Goals
Lesson 12 Behavioral Questions
Lesson 13 Trick Questions
Lesson 14 Questions About Your Opinions
Lesson 16 Asking Your Interviewer Questions
Lesson 17 Addressing Concerns
Lesson 18 Ending The Interview
Lesson 19 Responding To Results

Lesson 1: Welcoming your customer
Lesson 2: Asking the customer’s needs
Lesson 3: Recommending a product
Lesson 4: Handling concerns
Lesson 5: Suggesting another product
Lesson 6: Mentioning the price
Lesson 7: Up-selling and cross-selling
Lesson 8: Selling with impact
Lesson 9: Saying goodbye

Lesson 11: Helping customers find their way around
Lesson 12: Demonstrating the product
Lesson 13: Handling questions
Lesson 14: Explaining sales and reward programs
Lesson 15: Explaining in-store services
Lesson 16: Wrapping gifts
Lesson 17: Dealing with returns
Lesson 18: Dealing with angry customers
Lesson 19: Building customer loyalty

Lesson 1: Understanding Negotiations
Lesson 2: Selecting Your Negotiation Approach
Lesson 3: Taking A Win-Win Approach
Lesson 4: Avoiding People Issues
Lesson 5: Focusing On Interests
Lesson 6: Being Persuasive
Lesson 7: Resolving Conflict
Lesson 8: Knowing Your BATNA
Lesson 9: Knowing Your Inner Self
Lesson 11: Taking The Lead
Lesson 12: Setting A Positive Environment
Lesson 13: Setting Expectations
Lesson 14: Learning From The Other Side
Lesson 15: Framing Your Proposal
Lesson 16: Dealing With Resistance
Lesson 17: Giving And Taking
Lesson 18: Closing The Deal
Lesson 19: Following Up

Lesson 1: Talking about your personality
Lesson 2: Talking about your interests
Lesson 3: Talking about your education
Lesson 4: Talking about your experience

Lesson 5: Talking about your skills
Lesson 6: Talking about your weaknesses
Lesson 7: Talking about your personal values
Lesson 8: Talking about your motivation
Lesson 9: Talking about your goals
Lesson 11: Talking about why you joined your company
Lesson 12: Talking about your company
Lesson 13: Talking about your job
Lesson 14: Talking about your products
Lesson 15: Talking about your customers
Lesson 16: Talking about your competitors
Lesson 17: Talking about your corporate culture
Lesson 18: Talking about your company’s vision
Lesson 19: Talking about your career goal


Lesson 1: I, you, he, she, it, we, they
Lesson 2: My, your, his, her, its, our, their
Lesson 3: v. ing
Lesson 4: Me, you, him, her, it, us, them
Lesson 5: At, in, on
Lesson 6: S, a, the
Lesson 7: There is, there are
Lesson 8: Please come to my office
Lesson 9: I live in,
Lesson 11: I need to go now
Lesson 12: I need to start studying
Lesson 13: How often?
Lesson 14: What time?
Lesson 15: Will, going to
Lesson 16: Was, were
Lesson 17: How’s the weather?
Lesson 18: I was having a meeting then
Lesson 19: He thinks very carefully

Lesson 1: v. ing, to v.
Lesson 2: I would like
Lesson 3: I worked, I lived, I started
Lesson 4: I ate, I drank, I said
Lesson 5: For how long, how long ago
Lesson 6: I know that…
Lesson 7: I know how…, I know when…
Lesson 8: Can, could, have to, had to
Lesson 9: What have you done?
Lesson 11: Already, yet, ever, never

Lesson 12: I’ve been working on it since last year
Lesson 13: Because, so
Lesson 14: Big, bigger, the biggest
Lesson 15: Less, the least, fewer, the fewest
Lesson 16: I hadn’t been so happy until that day
Lesson 17: Active versus passive
Lesson 18: If…
Lesson 19: Which, that, who, where

Lesson 1: Talking about yourself
Lesson 2: Talking about your company
Lesson 3: Talking about your job
Lesson 4: Talking about business travel
Lesson 5: Talking about your customers
Lesson 6: Talking about your products
Lesson 7: Talking about your colleagues
Lesson 8: Talking about your weekend
Lesson 9: Talking about complaints
Lesson 11: Talking about your competitors
Lesson 12: Talking about projects
Lesson 13: Talking about motivation
Lesson 14: Talking about dress code
Lesson 15: Talking about hiring
Lesson 16: Talking about company rules
Lesson 17: Talking about your office
Lesson 18: Talking about your guests
Lesson 19: Talking about e-mails