Accent Reduction Classes

accent reduction For english as a second language Speakers:

Above all, accent reduction classes are designed to help you feel confident and communicate clearly. Therefore, they can be considered the last step towards native proficiency in your English language education. It is often the case that people want to soften their accent purely to speak completely understandably all the time. To clarify, the goal is not to sound exactly native but instead, close enough to native that communication is effortless. So, all courses of training offered are tailored to each person’s individual needs. I am happy to work towards whatever goals you specify for yourself and want you to be able to celebrate your identity while communicating effectively too.

accent reduction For regional native english speakers:

Accent reduction classes for native English speakers with regional accents can help you to find clarity and confidence in speech in all situations. Importantly, all accents are wonderful and should be celebrated. I grew up with a Nottingham accent because I was born born and raised there. As a result, I have access to that part of my voice but naturally sit with an RP dialect nowadays. Therefore, I can completely empathise with the identity issues arising from judgemental views on accents. However, I also understand how frustrating it can be to be regularly misunderstood, misheard or asked to repeat yourself. In short, I possess the sensitivity and personal experience to find tailored solutions to your specific communicative issues.

An interesting article on the subject of accent reduction training can be found here and is worth a read.

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Typically, to achieve a strong sense of improvement, I recommend taking 10 one hour coaching sessions on a weekly basis. However, I do take single bookings as well. All enquiries are welcome.


Via Skype, Zoom or Google Hangouts

  • From the comfort of your own home

In Person

London, Hampstead (NW3 2QX)

  • Current enhanced DBS background check

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