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Foreign Language Training
Foreign Language Training

International conferences, small talk with partners from different countries, e-mailing with customers abroad – knowing how to speak other languages is becoming increasingly important in the everyday working world. Being able to speak foreign languages opens doors and saves money.

English on the Job!

Small talk,  international conferences, employee assessments, meetings with foreign business  partners – English is becoming increasingly important for companies as the  primary language used for communication. We have developed four workshops for  you, which you can book as in-company training. Practically oriented,  specifically targeted and effective.

Workshops Business English at a glance

  • Small groups with a maximum of 6 participants
  • 10 lessons per workshop
  • E-projector and interactive whiteboards
  • Includes seminar documentation
  • Coffee, tea, cold beverages and fruit

Professional Trainers

Our language trainers are the key to your learning success. They have solid specialist, teaching and social skills. Professional language trainers, communicative teaching concepts and modern learning methods – the ISK offers you optimal conditions for successful learning.

Contacts are the basis for success in business. And every contact begins with small talk – small words that have a big effect. In this workshop, you will learn all about the different forms, techniques and conversation structures used in small talk. How do I receive and greet business customers? Which form of address should I use? What are typical small-talk topics? Which topics are taboo? You will learn how to take intercultural aspects into consideration and to avoid “communication pitfalls”. Style level, body language, voice and delivery will be analyzed, evaluated and improved. At the end of the workshop you will have strategies that enable you to use small talk to pave the way towards successful business relationships.

Employee performance reviews, negotiations with customers, strategy talks with partners from different countries – as different as these negotiations might be, internationally active companies are expected to use English as the language of communication. In this workshop, you will learn about the different forms and communication structures of negotiations. You will practice the phrases and structures used in Business English to be able to successfully lead international negotiations. You will get tips and information on how to take intercultural aspects into consideration and avoid “communication pitfalls”. You will improve your communication skills so that you will have great self-confidence during your next negotiations with international partners.

Employee performance reviews, negotiations with customers, strategy talks with partners from different countries – as different as these negotiations might be, internationally active companies are expected to use English as the language of communication.       
In this workshop, you will learn about the different forms and communication structures of negotiations. You will practice the phrases and structures used in Business English to be able to successfully lead international negotiations. You will get tips and information on how to take intercultural aspects into consideration and avoid “communication pitfalls”. You will improve your communication skills so that you will have great self-confidence during your next negotiations with international partners.

Conferences, in-house discussions, meetings with international partners – internationally active companies and organizations are expected to use English as the primary language of communication. In this workshop, you will practice the phrases and structures used in Business English so that you will be able to conduct meetings in English and to contribute your own specific information with confidence. You will learn about the different language styles needed to write the minutes of meetings and you will get tips and information on how to take intercultural aspects into consideration and avoid “communication pitfalls”. You will improve your communication skills so that you will have great self-confidence at your next meeting in English.