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The Basic Intention


... why and how?


The company that offers its employees in-house foreign language training and further education decides on the following objectives


  • Foreign language skills are operationally necessary.

  • The offer of linguistic training and further education is understood as a social service within the framework of the company culture, the benefits of which are of benefit to the company.

  • As an incentive for deserving employees.


These considerations also include the extent to which the employee receives the training as an open offer, whether their interest is intrinsic or extrinsic, or if they are expected to participate in a certain program.


































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Little or no prior knowledge.

In the main language English, the number of pure beginners is relatively low due to previous schooling. More often you have to deal with participants who have a certain, but essentially only rudimentary, previous knowledge. The proportion is usually around 10%. In all other languages, on the other hand, the beginner tends to be the norm.

Program Structure


...da greift eins ins andere

A differentiated, goal-oriented course program can be derived from the combination of the above formal conditions and the intended benefit:

Survival training for beginners

Development of language skills within the framework of basic social intentions.

Basic training and refresher for all skill levels

Tightly structured program structure to develop and expand existing language skills in the area of colloquial or technical language.

Individual training

Individual and flexible response to special requirements in the form of

Individual, area or specialist language courses such as:

Communication on the phone, business correspondence, presentations, meetings, negotiations, product and process descriptions

Conversation training

Language retention with an open content orientation.

Organization and Support


The task of organizing foreign language training and further education is to bring together the actual parameters - prior knowledge, objectives, effort, benefit - based on the ideal ideas to an optimal compromise. The following aspects come into play:


previous knowledge

Homogeneous previous knowledge is one of the most important prerequisites for successful work in groups.


goal setting

The participants have as similar intentions as possible.


Group size

Decides to what extent the participant can actively practice the language.



Means the number of training units per week and has an effect comparable to that of the group size.



Means the required total number of training units in relation to the given objective.


running time

The duration results from the intensity and scope. Every course or training section has a definite, planned end.


performance control

Can be useful and motivating in the form of small tests - however, it should be avoided to make the performance assessment and qualifications an end in themselves.



Can be useful in consultation with the participants.



Required in terms of homework, possible in terms of lesson-compensating units.











There are quite a number of steps that we have to take together to complete the puzzle.


























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