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“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.”

 Karen A., Financial Accounts Executive


Obviously English is widely used across the business world, but making a small effort to speak at least some basics of your business partner’s language can earn you a lot.

Choose from our four ProLingua Global Programmes, specifically developed to meet the needs of executives in the financial services industry.

Each Programme has 3-6 knowledge module, please click on the links to find out more.

Social Intro Programme

An introductory programme recommended if you have no pressure to speak the language fluently. However you want to learn the language as a courtesy factor to foreign colleagues, partners and clients.

Basic Business Programme

If want to understand key phrases clients and colleagues will use in important meetings and negotiations. Recommended when you want to be understood and converse in a basic way with clients and partners.

Fluency Programme

Recommended when becoming functionally fluent is your priority. You will be able to get yourself understood comfortably and confidently in business situations, and to understand most of what’s being said to you and around you.

Proficiency Programme

When you spend a lot of time in the target country, participate in high level negotiations, a lot is at stake and therefore you need a higher degree of comfortable fluency and proficiency. If you do day-to-day business abroad and want to have results urgently.

The unique 5-step ProLingua Language Coaching process for busy executives in the financial services industry

1. Diagnose

We assess your learning style, past experience with language studies, as well as your available time and current level of commitment.

2. Plan

We identify the ideal outcome and key areas for you. We then decide that is urgent and what is nice to have, so we can address these in the right order.

3. Learn

We coach you through natural conversations you are likely to encounter. We have a vast experience in conversations related to the financial services industry. You learn the language by discovery and practice.

4. Refine

As you are the driver of the process you are free to detour or rewrite the whole tour should your needs change. Through constant feedback and support you learn in a safe and encouraging environment.

5. Implement

The point of learning a language is to be able to take it outside the classroom and use it in real life situations. We help you with simple strategies to achieve this and organise a monthly networking event where you can test your new skills live.

How we make a difference with language coaching The DNA of ProLingua Global Language Coaching
Natural conversations

We know what people talk about in financial services industry. You pick up new words in a natural way.

100% relevancy

We only do what you need and when you need it. We prepare you for real life situations.

No course books

Only authentic material: articles, news, videos. To reach maximum engagement, enjoyment and results.

Mistakes are needed

We only correct mistakes if we don’t understand what you mean. Otherwise we don’t kill the flow of conversation by stopping you.

Focus and commitment

We ensure you maximise your potential spending the least possible time and energy on learning the language

Learning a new culture

Understanding and appreciating the cultural differences often mean more than speaking the language itself. Lot of business is won over small talks.

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