“It has been tremendously delightful to have Sue Davis as an instructor in this course as she is very nurturing and patient. In addition, she is a passionate professional who provides top quality services. Sue would ensure that every student gets the best from her throughout the class and she is willing to go the extra mile to help anyone who needs that extra help with their pronunciation. I have received feedback from my friends that they can understand me better and how I am speaking in a clearer manner.” Paul (Singapore), Bachelor of Commerce, Deakin University


“Peninsula Health has benefited from the services of Australian Accent and Pronunciation over the last seven years. Their staff have assisted our International Medical Graduates to refine their pronunciation and comprehension, ably responding to individual difficulties and linguistic differences and accommodating the provision of their services around the busy professional lives of these doctors. Feedback from their service has been detailed, timely and informative and, through such feedback, have given Peninsula Health an understanding of the huge task facing these employees. And outcomes have been achieved ! We recommend Australian Accent and Pronunciation to other people and organisations requiring such assistance.” Sarah Hawkins, Medical Education Officer, Peninsula Health

aboutusSue Davis BT, B Ed is the founding Director of Australian Accent and Pronunciation. She has been providing English Pronunciation Training to a wide range of public and private sector clients who speak English as a Second Language over the past 10 years.

Her work has been critical to the development of effective communication by enabling her clients to speak English more clearly and confidently. In addition, her work also improves their ability to listen to and understand spoken English.

Her clients have included Academic Staff and Students from Deakin University, Queensland University of Technology, RMIT, Monash University, Medical Staff from Peninsula Health, Parks Victoria and Centrelink.

Sue is passionate about supporting International Students. Throughout the year Sue conducts English Pronunciation and Professional Readiness courses for International Students to assist the development of their cross-cultural competency. In addition to the English Pronunciation Training, knowledge and skills regarding professional language and behavior in the Australian workplace are developed. This supports the transition from studying overseas to studying in an Australian University and securing employment in an Australian workplace. It also facilitates living and working in the Australian culture.

As part of the Company’s corporate social responsibility program, since 2009, Sue has provided English Pronunciation Courses for the Salvation Army and as a volunteer, supports their Bridges to Employment Program and Migrant Social Support Network.