Business German Coaching
- Business German is significantly different from everyday German. This is especially true for German business vocabulary – less so for grammar. Due to our profound business background and our intense research on the subject of the German Business Language, we know these differences better than our competitors do. In other words: We understand what you really need to know about the German business language better than anybody else.
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As a result of many years of working with managers from around the business world and from all industries, S&W Training has developed methods that are particularly time-efficient for our target group and therefore perfectly customized. For example, we have developed decision-making trees (flow charts) for many subject areas that can replace boring German grammar tables. This is only one of many unique features of S&W Training’s Business German Training. As a result, engineers, technicians and scientists among our clients greatly value our client-orientation.
Please observe in your own interest:
Virtually every single language school offers ‘Business German’. However, in most cases ‘Business German’ only means that language trainers without any special business qualification will work with you. Therefore, they may be able to translate isolated business vocabulary more or less well for you.
This is, however, generally different at S&W Training – and, as far as we know, only at S&W Training. The reasons are as follows:
- S&W Training has a unique level of competence in the field of the German Business Language among its staff.
- In addition, S&W Training continually invests in linguistic research on the subject of modern Business German.
Taking into account today’s requirements of executive language coaching, we offer our Business German Coaching face-to-face as well as online. Our offline and online modules are designed in such a way that they can be optimally combined.
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