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Languages of Asia
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Brunei and the US will this month start delivering the first of a series of intensive week English-language courses for teacher trainers and government officials in southeast Asia, where consolidated language skills are expected to help unify the region before it becomes a single economic zone in Some 70 teacher trainers and government officials will take part in the programme, which is funded entirely by the Brunei government and run jointly by the University of Brunei Darussalam UBD and the Honolulu-based East-West Centre. Courses begin with a seven-week module in English proficiency at UBD and continue in Hawaii with a four-week course in culture and leadership, says Terance Bigalke, director of education at the East-West Centre. For the diplomats there are specific courses on leadership and a range of regional issues which we're still ironing out, but which will cover environmental, population health and international relations challenges. Focusing on communication skills in speaking and writing, and using up-to-date information technology, the learners are expected to graduate from the programme with a wider skill set that will enhance dealings with fellow Asean members on the issues that face the region collectively.