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With this course you will practice speaking Dutch in everyday life and in the workplace. The course consists of 10 meetings of 3 hours and ends with a speaking test. You can read more about it on this page. Do you want to prepare yourself for the NT2 State Exam? Then view the course offerings at Civic Integration & State Examination

Are you taking this course in Rotterdam or Utrecht? Or would you rather go online?

Which course do you choose?

Rotterdam

10

weeks

  • Start date April 22
  • Number of lessons: 10 lessons, 1 per week
  • Self-study: 3 hours per week
  • Duration: 10 weeks

Utrecht

10

weeks

  • Start date April 22
  • Number of lessons: 10 lessons, 1 per week
  • Self-study: 3 hours per week
  • Duration: 10 weeks

Course costs

Course Course price Course materials
Dutch in the workplace A1 €710 inclusive
Dutch in the workplace A2 €710 inclusive
Dutch in the workplace B1.1 €710 inclusive
Dutch in the workplace B1.2 €710 inclusive
What will you learn in the A1 Dutch course in the workplace and beyond?

Course information:

With this course you develop your speaking skills up to A1 level. The starting level of this course is beginner level: A0. In this course the emphasis is on being able to have conversations in the workplace and in daily life. You learn to introduce yourself, ask and answer questions, talk about what kind of work you do and where you work, talk about your interests and much more. You can immediately use everything you learn at work and in your daily life.

In the course we work with one workbook including e-learning. You will also receive a study guide and you can use Lest Best's grammar videos online. This way you can prepare well for the lessons and read at home what was covered in the lessons.

At the end of the course you will take a final test. This is a individual speaking test which tests whether you have sufficient command of the speech acts. About a week later you will receive a certificate. With the certificate you will receive targeted advice with which you can continue to work on improving your language level.

Learning objectives

  • Getting to know, greeting and saying goodbye
  • Ask and answer questions
  • Talking about what kind of work you do, where you work, exchanging information
  • Asking for help and responding
  • Ask how things are going and respond to news
  • Congratulate someone
  • Talk about who you work with, who your manager is
  • Order and pay for food and drinks
  • Talking about food and drinks, what you like/don't like
  • Talk about hobbies, music, sports
  • Say what time it is, let them know that you will be late
  • Talk about transportation, how to get to work
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