With training centres in London, Paris, Brussels, Frankfurt and New York providing countrywide coverage and partner organisations worldwide, Communicaid is uniquely placed to be your local, national and international language training partner for Korean courses.
Our Business Korean courses are highly personalised and designed to improve your Korean communication skills, whether your focus is social, business, financial, diplomatic or legal.
Take a Business Korean course with Communicaid, one of the world’s leading providers of Business Korean training courses.
Benefits of our Business Korean Courses
- Speak Korean with confidence
- Interact more confidently when visiting Korea or dealing with Korean speakers
- Build rapport and strengthen relationships with Korean-speaking colleagues and clients through a show of interest in the Korean language and culture
- Demonstrate goodwill and facilitate international communication at both a personal and organisational level
Who should attend?
- Anyone working with Korean speakers
- Anyone planning to relocate to Korea and wishing to attend an Korean course in order to prepare in advance for their assignment
- Business professionals conducting business regularly with Korean speakers who wish to build rapport and strengthen relationships by attending a Korean course
- Government and non-governmental agency representatives working in Korea who need to be able to communicate at all levels
- Spoken fluency
- Listening skills
- Pronunciation and accent
- Reading skills
- Telephone skills in Korean
- Email skills in Korean
- Sector-specific terminology
- Presentation & negotiation skills
Your Korean course trainer
MYR has been a Korean language trainer since 1999. MYR has trained in both academic and corporate organisations. An experienced Korean language trainer, MYR is skilled in delivering professional Korean courses for all levels of learner and her corporate experience includes training financial institutions, electronics multinationals and international oil and gas companies.
한국어, 조선어 - Facts about the Korean language
Korean remains unclassified as a language. Many linguists have proposed that Korean is of the Altaic family of languages but other scholars have argued that it is of the Uralic family. There is also some argument that Korean is related to the Japanese language but this remains contested.
Korean has several different dialects. In general, these dialects are classified according to the eight traditional provinces of Korea. Chungcheong, Gangwon. Gyeongsang Hamgyon, Hwanghae, Jeolla, Jeju and P’yong’an. Standard Korean in South Korea is based on the variation used in Seoul while standard Korean in North Korea is based on the P’yongyang dialect.
Korean was originally written in Chinese characters, referred to as Hanja but this practice has been abolished in North Korea while in South Korea, it is only occasionally used to write Sino-Korean words. The Korean alphabet is called Hangul and consists of 24 letters, 14 consonants and 10 vowels. These are combined into blocks of syllables which are further combined to form words.