Available worldwide, choose from extensive weekly Czech sessions at your offices or an intensive Czech course at a Communicaid centre. In addition to face-to-face training options we also provide blended and virtual training programmes.
Take a Business Czech course with Communicaid, one of the world’s leading providers of Business Czech training courses.
Benefits of our Business Czech Courses
- Speak Czech with confidence
- Interact more confidently when visiting the Czech Republic
- Demonstrate good will and facilitate international communication at both a personal and organisational level
- Build rapport and strengthen relationships with Czech counterparts and clients through a show of interest in the Czech language and culture
Who should attend?
- Anyone working with Czech nationals or the Czech Republic
- Anyone planning to relocate to the Czech Republic and wishing to attend a Czech course in order to prepare in advance for their assignment or posting
- Business professionals conducting business regularly with Czech nationals who wish to build rapport and strengthen relationships by attending a Czech course
- Government and non-governmental agency representatives working in the Czech Republic who need to be able to communicate at all levels
- Spoken fluency
- Pronunciation and accent
- Listening comprehension skills
- Reading comprehension skills
- Telephone skills in Czech
- Email skills in Czech
- Sector-specific terminology
- Presentation & negotiation skills
Your Czech course trainer
Your Czech trainer will be assigned to you following the results of your diagnostic consultancy according to your objectives and areas of focus. Detailed below is a sample profile of a member of our Czech training team.
RH is the Vice-Chairperson of the British Czech and Slovak Association. Since 1995 RH has freelanced in Czech language teaching. As well as commercial work, RH delivered Czech courses to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and other British Government departments such as the DTI and DoE (former DfES). Before this, RH was employed as a staff Translator/Interpreter at Unisys on a project for Ceska Sporitelna. RH has also taught Czech courses to employees of Unisys. Before moving into language teaching and translating, RH worked for the Foreign Trade Corporation in Prague before moving to London in 1970, where she began working as a Secretary and then a Sales and Exhibitions Officer.
ceština - Facts about the Czech language
Part of the west Slavic group of languages, the Czech language is closely related to Slovak and, to a lesser degree, Polish. Four major groups of Czech dialects exists: Bohemian, Central Moravian (Hana), Eastern Moravian, and Silesian, all of which are mutually intelligible.
The dialect of Prague, the capital of the country, forms the basis for Standard Czech and is the language of government administration, education and the media. It exists alongside Common Czech, the colloquial spoken language.