From an intensive one-to-one Armenian course at our London training centre to an in-company Armenian language course at your offices, Communicaid can provide you and your organisation with a language course that meets your needs. With training centres in London, Paris, Frankfurt and New York providing countrywide coverage and partner organisations worldwide, Communicaid is uniquely placed to be your local, national and international training partner for Armenian courses.
Why an Armenian course in London? Our Armenian courses are highly personalised and designed to improve your Armenian communication skills, whether your focus is social, business, financial, diplomatic or legal. Upon completion of an Armenian language course with Communicaid here in London, you will have the confidence to communicate in Armenian with colleagues, clients and suppliers.
Location: In addition to our Armenian courses in London, we are also able to provide Armenian language training courses worldwide via our training centres and global partners.
Benefits of our Armenian language course
A Communicaid Armenian language training course will provide you with the ability to:
- Interact more confidently when visiting Armenia or dealing with Armenian speakers
- Develop better professional relationships with Armenian-speaking colleagues and clients
through a show of interest in the Armenian language and culture
- Demonstrate goodwill and facilitate international communication at both a personal and
Who should attend our Armenian school
A Communicaid Armenian language training course is suitable for:
- Anyone planning to relocate to Armenia and wishing to attend an Armenian course in order to
prepare in advance for their assignment
- Business professionals conducting business regularly with Armenian speakers who wish to
build rapport and strengthen relationships by attending an Armenian course
- Government and non-governmental agency representatives working in Armenia who need to
be able to communicate at all levels
Armenian course content
The content and format of your Armenian training course will depend on your profession, proficiency in Armenian and objectives. Whether beginner, survival, intermediate or advanced, key areas covered in all our Armenian courses include:
- Spoken fluency
- Listening skills
- Pronunciation and accent
- Reading skills
- Telephone skills in Armenian
- Email skills in Armenian
- Sector-specific terminology
- Presentation & negotiation skills
Communicaid’s Armenian courses are available seven days a week, 365 days a year. Training takes place between 08:00 and 20:00 although courses are also available outside of these hours upon request.
Suitable tailored and published Armenian course materials will be used throughout, with recommendations on self-study material and extra reading made at the beginning and during your Armenian course.
We offer a variety of training formats for your Armenian course – from intensive, weeklong courses to extensive, modular lessons. Appropriate formats will be discussed during your diagnostic consultancy (please click here to read more about our approach).
Armenian course trainer
All Communicaid Armenian trainers are native speakers with at least 3 years’ professional Armenian training experience. In addition to relevant academic and linguistic qualifications and experience, many of our Armenian trainers also possess considerable exposure and expertise in the professional world.
Your Armenian 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 Armenian training team.
Հայերեն – Facts about the Armenian language
Armenian is the official language of the Republic of Armenia. It is estimated that there are between 6 to 7 million speakers of Armenian worldwide with 3.5 million located in the former Soviet Union republic of Armenia.
Armenian is from the Indo-European family of languages and among living languages today is thought to be most closely related to Greek. The Armenian language can be split into three dialects groups. One is classified as classical Armenian which dates back to the fifth century and is used by the Armenian Church. The other two modern groups can be broadly divided into Eastern and Western groups of dialects. Eastern dialects are spoken primarily in Armenia and Iran with communities being more recently established in North America. Western dialects were traditionally most widely spoken in Anatolia, Turkey, until the Armenian genocide in 1915-1916 in Turkey. As a result of such historical events, many Western dialects died out while there was mass emigration of Western dialect speakers to many different locations in the world. Today, communities of Western dialect speakers can be found throughout Europe, North and South America as well as Australia.
Armenian has its own unique alphabet. Created by Saint Mesrop Mashtots circa AD 405, it is thought to have been loosely based on the Greek alphabet. It is written horizontally from left to right and consists of thirty-eight letters (six vowels and thirty-two consonants).