MALI is an internationally accredited Yemeni organization with a large number of qualified Yemeni personnel committed to the long term.
We offer internationally accredited Business English lessons from intermediate to advanced levels.
Through MALI’s regional associates of training professionals and suppliers, we can provide appropriate, long-term services and support across a wide range of training needs.
We believe training is a continuous and cumulative process, with neither time nor place accepted as a constraint.
Because of MALI’s established presence in Yemen, the vast network of contacts MALI fosters and the recognition of our services, we feel we are uniquely placed to provide the level of support that our clients seek.
Our quality of service often exceeds many clients’ expectations. We are presently providing training services and consultancy to a diverse sector of businesses and individuals across Yemen. As mentioned above, MALI has a dynamic team and a vital presence in four key locations, Sana’a, Aden, Taiz and Dubai.
In over 25 years of operation in Yemen, we have successfully trained over 200,000 people from a variety of backgrounds in ELT, IT and management and provided a range of consultancy services to many prominent organizations.
· 1995 English Language Training
· 2004 ESP & Skills Development
· 2005 Recruitment / Manpower Supply
· 2012 IT training Special Section
Teaching at MALI reflects the latest in TEFL methodology. The core of the MALI curriculum and pedagogy is to teach English in such a way so as to give students the ability to learn for themselves, with an emphasis on communicative ability.
The MALI curriculum meets the needs of the students; to communicate accurately and effectively using English in a wide range of situations, to learn about different cultures, to provide other “soft-skills” training to improve students’ job potential – Business, Computer Skills, Office Administration, Interpersonal Skills, etc.
MALI methodology reflects the latest trends in English Language Training worldwide. The methodology has the following characteristics; learner-based: putting the main responsibility for learning onto the student; de-emphasizing ‘lecturing’; encouraging ‘facilitating’.
Communicative: teaching students to USE English rather than teaching them about English.
Authentic: teaching English that is actually used in the English-speaking world today.
Integrated: using all skills at all times rather than focusing on discrete skills.
Eclectic: using what works in practice in the classroom rather than adhering to any formal methodology or school of thought.
Our research has shown that our current schedule of courses covers the main training issues that concern corporate and individual needs in Yemen today.
Notwithstanding, it is our aim to generate courses that fit into these organizations’ strategic goals and training requirements. We are, therefore, prepared to accommodate any comments or to generate specifically designed courses for specific needs. We are both flexible and adaptive to these needs.
Training is a continuous and cumulative process, with neither time nor place accepted as a constraint. To us the time and place must suit the individual and organization’s needs and circumstances. Our services and activities are influenced by circumstances – not constrained by convenience.
Our adopted curriculum is reflective of the latest courses taught in Management, English Language and Computer training worldwide. In over 16 years of operation in Yemen we have trained over 100,000 students in various fields.
Communication today is one of the most important resources that individuals and organizations must possess. The effective communication of information, ideas, thoughts, management orders and beliefs is paramount to the continued existence and health of any organization whether public or private.
All of our courses are designed to provide members with a formal understanding of the importance of the needs for effective communication and equip them with the tools and techniques of effective work-place communication.
Students see or hear a language model, often in the context of authentic material, and they engage in a variety of controlled practice activities to commence using the language communicatively.
We take care to listen to our clients. We aim to be responsive, but also to stimulate and challenge. We would welcome the opportunity to work in partnership with your company, to help develop solutions to provide