Language Training

Foreign language training for corporations and businesses

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Language Levels offered


Low Beginner

Learn essential vocabulary and simple grammatical structures necessary for everyday communication. Learn to express elementary needs, understand statements, and ask simple questions.


High Beginner

Learn to understand basic sentences and frequently-used expressions, communicate in simple and routine tasks, describe your background and immediate environment.



Learn to understand the main points of clear standard speech on familiar everyday subjects. Start, maintain and close simple face-to-face conversation on topics that are familiar or of personal interest.


Upper Intermediate

Learn to understand the main ideas of complex speech and text on both concrete and abstract topics, interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes regular interaction with native speakers possible.



Learn to express yourself fluently and spontaneously; use language flexibly and effectively for social, academic and professional purposes; understand a wide range of demanding, longer texts.

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*Levels based on the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages)


  • Improved Communication Skills: Participants will develop communication skills allowing them to be more effective when conveying ideas, information and instructions.
  • Improved Confidence: Participants will have more confidence in their foreign language skills leading to more successful interactions with people from around the world.
  • Enhanced Cultural Competence: Improved communication in a foreign language will allow participants to acquire a deeper understanding of other cultures making interactions more successful.
  • Business-Specific Vocabulary and Jargon: Participants will learn industry terminology and jargon relevant to their field.
  • Proficiency for International Business: Participants will be better equipped to engage effectively in international business activities.

Why study with us

customer service

 We won’t make you wait. Our team will strive for excellence from the first moment of contact. 

point of contact

We will assign you a team member who will be there to assist you and solve any problems that may arise.

& dynamic instructors

Our instructors will inspire and motivate you to learn and keep going on your journey of acquiring a foreign language.

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*Levels based on the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages)

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What is corporate language training?

Corporate language training refers to the provision of language learning programs or courses specifically designed for employees within a corporate or business setting. The goal of corporate language training is to enhance the language skills of employees in order to meet the communication demands of the global business environment. This type of training is particularly relevant for companies that operate in multicultural or multilingual contexts.

Is corporate language training offered in private classes or group classes?

Corporate language training can be offered in various formats, and both private and group classes are common options. The choice between private and group classes depends on factors such as the company’s preferences, the specific needs of employees, and the nature of the language skills required.

Are private classes or group classes more effective for corporate language training?

The effectiveness of private versus group classes for corporate language training depends on the specific needs and preferences of the employees and the nature of the language skills required. Private classes offer individualized attention and flexibility, making them effective for tailoring content to specific roles. On the other hand, group classes can foster collaboration and may be more cost-effective, contributing to a team-oriented learning environment.