• Corporate

CORPORATE LESSONS

If you work for a Japanese or Chinese company, you may need to speak thier language at your company or to a business partner.

We will provide a teacher at a time of your choosing to come to your place of business. This removes the time wasted in travel and allows students to study and learn in an environment they are already familiar with.

Discuss the best content for the lesson

Level check (if student has studied before)

Course runs

...from enrolment until course end

JIC Language School will help you to bring out your full potential.

Directed by our Head Teacher, with more than 10 years experience

All our teachers are qualified but our Head Teacher trains all teachers for our business courses. Our Head Teacher analyses each corporate circumstance and designs the curriculum to fit students' demand.

Curriculum designed for corporate needs.

The goal of this course is to be able to communicate for business.

Timetable

We can arrange a timetable to suit your needs, weekdays or weekends.

BUSINESS COURSE

This course focuses on how to use Japanese / Chinese in the workplace, also includes culture business and customs. It consists of 10 or 15 units as follows.

Beginner Advanced

Language
  • Greetings
  • Talking about yourself
  • Introducing yourself and others
  • Nationalities, occupations, phone numbers
  • Talking about objects and possession
  • Ordering food and drink at a restaurant
  • Currency
  • Basic shopping interactions
  • Talking about quantity, size, color, origin and price
  • Asking and telling the time
  • Making arrangements using time (meetings,parties)
Culture
  • Business dining
  • Order of precedence
  • Manner of visiting clients
  • Business formality such as bowing and exchanging business cards
Language
  • Introduction, giving details about your life, work and interests
  • Hospitality: receiving guests and visitors
  • Accepting or rejecting/refusing offers and invitations
  • Offering and asking for assistance
  • Making a telephone call
  • Talking about events and plans
  • Asking for permission
  • Confirming the details of a trip
  • Giving a reason for rejecting an invitation
  • Making requests in formal and informal ways
  • Talking about problems and explaining
  • Presentation
  • Negotiation
Culture
  • Business dining
  • Order of precedence
  • Manner of visiting clients
  • Business formality such as bowing and exchanging business cards