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Business German Course Amsterdam

Confidently and successfully communicating with German language business associates, colleagues or customers: that is what you learn from Elisabeth Schlager.

You work on your language skills and gain an understanding of German culture and etiquette too. You experience how your way of communicating comes across in a German language environment and the personal contact your German conversation partner responds to best. That’s the way you learn to speak German with confidence and ease in formal and informal situations.

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The best preparation for working together with German speakers

  • Your agenda determines the teaching and study hours
  • Training given by Elisabeth personally
  • 20 years Business Coach German
  • 30 years German language trainer
  • ""Excellent training! Elisabeth is not only language teacher but also a perfect Business Coach who helps you to succeed on the German market. She teaches how to build trust with business partners, something that requires a different approach, outside of your native environment"

    Vanessa Hendriks - Google

    Your trainer Elisabeth Schlager

    No one knows better than Elisabeth Schlager how German business culture and communication style differs from Dutch. With German as mother tongue and decades of experience as a German language trainer, an intercultural skills trainer and business coach, she offers her clients a personal and very effective course of studies. Read more about Elisabeth
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    Business German Course, they led the way

    Radboud Universiteit
    Universiteit van Amsterdam
    AkzoNobel
    KLM
    Natura Artis Magistra
    EY - Building a better working world
    Universiteit van Amsterdam

    More than 700 satisfied customers now speak perfectly business German!

    Those Elisabeth’s German course is suited to include board members, commercial, marketing, export and account managers and staff, expats, secretarial and front-office staff, pursers and pilots, entrepreneurs and private persons with (business) connections in German speaking countries.