Business Italian Language Training Courses
Beginner to Advanced
Personalised to your level and role
Choose from Intensive, Ongoing or In-country
In-company or at a Communicaid Training Centre
Learn Italian with Communicaid, Europe's leading provider of Business Italian training courses.
With more than 20 years' experience of working with private and public sector organisations across all industries and sectors, we are ideally placed to help you achieve the level of business or social Italian you require.
Available worldwide, choose from extensive weekly Italian sessions at your offices or an intensive Italian course at a Communicaid centre. In addition to face-to-face training options we also provide eLearning and virtual training programmes.
I was very impressed with both of my trainers who were extremely capable of explaining the intricacies of both the Italian language and the Italian legal system.
Geraldine Gobbi, Trainee Solicitor, Ashurst (Italy)
A Communicaid Italian language course will provide you with the ability to:
A Communicaid Italian language training course is suitable for:
The content and format of your Business Italian course will depend on your profession, proficiency in Italian and objectives. Whether beginner, survival, intermediate or advanced, key areas covered in all our Italian training courses include:
Communicaid's Italian courses are available seven days a week, 365 days a year for people looking to learn Italian. Our Italian classes take place between 08:00 and 20:00 although courses are also available outside of these hours upon request.
Suitable tailored and published Italian course materials will be used throughout, with recommendations on self-study material and extra reading made at the beginning and during your Italian course.
We offer a variety of training formats for your Italian course - from intensive, weeklong courses to extensive, modular lessons. Appropriate formats will be discussed during your diagnostic consultancy.
All Communicaid Italian course trainers are native speakers with at least 3 years' professional Italian training experience. In addition to relevant academic and linguistic qualifications and experience, many of our Italian trainers also possess considerable exposure and expertise in the professional world.
Your Italian 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 Italian training team.
DB joined Communicaid in mid-2002 and has worked with a wide range of clients from the public and private sectors throughout London. She has developed her role as one of Communicaid's lead Italian trainers and been involved in a number of client projects and Italian course materials' development projects. DB has recently delivered Italian courses to a range of Communicaid's corporate clients, including Ashurst Morris Crisp, MBDA, Standard & Poors, Deutsche Bank and Eurohypo.
DB started her career as a business Italian trainer in London in 1997, which was followed by a period in Japan where she delivered corporate Italian courses to Japanese businesses in Tokyo. She has also previously worked in both customer services and as a software product support analyst.
Italian is the official language of Italy and also has official status in Switzerland, San Marino, Slovenia, Somali Democratic Republic, Vatican City and Istria county of Croatia. Approximately 80 million around the world people speak Italian, including in countries in Africa and Latin America.
Italian is most closely related to Sardinian and is grouped as one of the Romance languages. The dialect of Tuscany has formed the basis of what is now known as standard Italian. However, most Italians will speak one of the numerous regional dialects still active in Italy as their first language.
Italian is written using the Latin alphabet. J, K, W, X and Y are not part of the standard Italian alphabet, but are seen in imported words. J may also appear in many words from different dialects. Italian also employs the use of acute and grave accents.