Would you like to feel more comfortable when dealing with German-speaking business associates? Do you sometimes wonder how to address people and worry about the dos and don'ts in the workplace? The Business German training course will teach you how to cope with the linguistic and cultural aspects of doing business in German.
Our first Business German training course starts at the end of April. During the course, you will practise typical business conversations using examples from your own work situation. In small groups, with a maximum of 10 participants, you will take a practical approach to improving your language skills and learn to be more confident in various situations.
If you would like to know what to expect from the Business German training course, we are organizing an interactive webinar on 7 April from 10 to 11 a.m. It will give you an impression of our virtual classroom, teach you some of the ‘finer points’ of German and allow you to ask the teacher any questions you may have. The webinar will be entirely in German.
Interested? The training course starts on the following date at the following time:
We look forward to meeting you in our virtual classroom!
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