If you need to learn English for your work, but you have difficulty with the professional language, you can take a business language course.
During the course you will practise specifically with professional communication in your work situation. We follow a book that fits your current level and/or we practise with material that is adapted to your specific work situation. For example, we can prepare a presentation that you have to give, we can practise with the type of e-mails you have to send often or we can practise with telephone conversations that you have regularly.
The group courses that will start at the end of May / beginning of June will be in one of our classrooms again. For private lessons you can choose if you would like to have the lessons online (Zoom or Teams) or in one of our classrooms.
We strictly follow the policies of the RIVM to keep our teachers and students safe.
The CEFR is a guideline to describe the proficiency level for European languages.
The main levels are A, B and C. At level A (basic user) you still need support and guidance when speaking. At level B (independent user) you can get by independently in everyday situations. At level C (proficient user) you have reached a proficiency equal to that of a native speaker. Each level is further subdivided into 2 parts. There is A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and C2.