Language course via Skype / Webex
The language courses given via Skype or Webex are the perfect alternative for candidates who do not have time to follow a standard face-to-face training course or have practical difficulties getting to the course venue. This format is also highly suitable for students who communicate on the phone in Dutch, French, English or German on a regular basis.
It is however advisable, that the prospective learners’ initial language proficiency is low intermediate (1/5 ALTE or A2 CEF).
Standard 20-hour course, weekly 1-hour sessions. Course content is adapted to your needs and language level.
Our courses via skype / webex
Interactive and communicative
In our courses you start using the target language straight away. Our courses via Skype / Webex are based on communication and are very interactive. We incorporate role plays and conversation simulations to give you more opportunities to practise, and key phrases also help you digest the skills covered.
12 months' access to the e-learning platform and language webinars
At the start of the course, you will be given access to our online e-learning platform where you will be able to complete weekly exercises that are tailored to your needs and language level.
You will also have access to the e-lexicons where you can practise specific business vocabulary (e.g. terminology on the EU, finance, HR, legal, negotiating, telephone expressions, etc.).
You are also invited to take part in our monthly interactive webinars, during which an experienced instructor gives you practical tips on a business topic.
What I like about Lerian’s instructors is that they are always open to feedback, to sharing ideas and experiences and to different opinions. We enjoy our interactive collaboration with them and we can also communicate with them openly. All the trainers are also native speakers. We always get good feedback about their teaching style, the people and the flexibility of the courses. Their trainers really are excellent.
Source: Qfor customer satisfaction report, 2018