Participants' own area of work and specialisation (oral)
- Oral training-
Participants’ own area of work and specialisation
People who wish to achieve a particular linguistic objective in their business language in connection with selected areas of work and specialisation.
An example of a course objective might be:
- To be able to participate actively in conversations and meetings about business subjects and concerning selected areas of work and specialisation.
Concrete objectives for the training are drawn up after an initial proficiency test.
The course content can include:
- conversational training
- imaginary meeting situations
- oral presentations
- vocabulary training
- grammar exercises
The choice of texts and the training are based on general business language and on the participants’ own areas of work and specialisation.
Topics covered can include:
- Communication in general
- Current social debate
- Current business areas and themes
- Cultural and social conventions
- Social conversation and small talk
The number, frequency and time of lessons are arranged.
Suggestion: Stages of 30 – 60 lessons, 1 x 2 or 1 x 3 lessons a week.