With training centres in London, Paris, Brussels, Frankfurt and New York providing international coverage and partner organisations worldwide, Communicaid is uniquely placed to be your local, national and international training partner for Somali languages courses.
Whether your language needs are business, diplomatic, social, financial, legal or military, each Communicaid Somali course is highly personalised and designed to improve your Somali language and communication skills. Upon completion of a Communicaid Somali course, you will have the confidence to communicate in Somalia with colleagues, clients and suppliers.
Take a Business Somali course with Communicaid, one of the world’s leading providers of Business Somali training courses.
Benefits of our Business Somali Courses
- Speak Somali with confidence
- Interact more effectively with Somali speakers or when visiting a Somali-speaking region
- Build rapport and strengthen relationships with Somali-speaking colleagues and clients through a show of interest in the Somali language and culture
- Demonstrate goodwill and facilitate successful international communication at both a personal and organisational leve
Who should attend?
- Members of organisations doing business in Somali-speaking countries
- Individuals preparing for a relocation or assignment in a Somali-speaking region
- Business professionals interested in building rapport and strengthening relationships with Somali-speakers
- Government and non-governmental agency representatives working in a Somali-speaking region who need to be able to communicate at all levels
- Spoken fluency
- Listening skills
- Pronunciation and accent
- Reading skills
- Telephone skills in Somali
- Email skills in Somali
- Sector-specific terminology
- Presentation & negotiation skills
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Facts about the Somali language
An East Cushite language, Somali is divided into three distinct dialects, the most common simply referred to as “Common Somali.” Since 1972, Somali language is written according to the Latin or Roman alphabet. Sounds specific to Somali language are written as digraphs (a pair of letters like “sh” or “kh” that together form a new sound). Somali language is tonal as well as agglutinative and employs a complex system of affixes to convey grammatical meaning.