Apply intercultural communication skills and demonstrate cultural knowledge, for example, on regional differences in unemployment
Demonstrate an understanding of basic spoken and written German, for example, conversations, emails, short articles and statistics
Contribute in German in a range of work-related situations
Apply vocabulary, phrases and grammatical structures accurately, for example, to describe your work and training, and to talk about past events or future plans
German is the most widely spoken native language in Europe, and German-speaking countries benefit from strong economics and low unemployment.
This course will help you consolidate your German communication skills for the workplace. It follows German at Work Post-Beginners 1: Deutsch am Arbeitsplatz.
You’ll learn how to discuss jobs and working patterns, the economy, working life, and future plans.
You’ll develop your linguistic competence (at level A2) and deepen your cultural understanding.
Jobs and working patterns
The economy: sectors and trends
Working life - past and present
Education, training and future plans
This course is designed for people who already know some German, for example from school or evening classes.
This course follows German at Work Post-Beginners 1: Deutsch am Arbeitsplatz.