The UK’s language skills deficit is already estimated to cost 3.5% of GDP, as firms miss out on expanding internationally. We know from experience that busy business leaders in financial services need a different approach to learning a foreign language. That’s how the concept of the 5-step language coaching was born – only available from ProLingua Global.
Traditional language teaching
|Follows a general scheme|
|Teacher gives instructions and exercises|
|Limited to course books|
|Student is passive|
ProLingua Global language coaching
|Completely bespoke to your needs, personality, learning style|
|Natural conversations are at the heart of the process|
|Equal status between you and the coach|
|Authentic and relevant materials to match your needs|
|You learn by actively participating|
|We listen to your thoughts, feelings and needs|
You want to understand it and be understood, speak it and feel comfortable with it.
Choose from four signature programmes according to your goals. Each is designed for the specific needs of executives in the financial services industry. There are 3-6 levels within each programme to match your language knowledge.
To impress partners
To understand partners
To be understood by partners
To win partners
A unique teaching technique that customises language learning for individuals. ... The topics were very well organised starting from basics and working towards more advanced level in my individual learning space.
The methods combined with a variety of current topics, work & non-work related, have helped to build up my confidence in speaking the language where I have to react quicker.
My confidence & appreciation of the German language has leapt forward.
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