Japanese is mostly known for its structure with different levelled ranks. There are three language levels, low, normal and high. Low is used in conversations with speakers of a lower rank, high is used for speakers of a higher rank. When you talk to your employer, you use a completely different type of Japanese than you would for your colleagues. So if you want to hold a conversation in Japanese, not only will you have to speak the language but you also have to understand the culture. The teachers of Quality Communication will show you the way in that respect.
The Japanese language courses are held exclusively at our institute in Barneveld. It requires very specific training material, which is why we are unable to offer this course throughout the Netherlands. A basic course takes 40 hours to complete. You learn to understand the Japanese culture and then to communicate in Japanese at a simple yet representative level. By focusing on the goal from the start, we help you lay solid foundations for the Japanese language. Once these foundations are in place and you are able to apply the basics of this fascinating language at a representative level, you can move on to any level you like.
During the no-obligation intake, together we determine the content of the programme and the competencies to be developed. We also hold an intake test to determine your current level of Japanese. This way, we make sure the course starts at the right level, thus achieving a return right from the start.Intake form Levels in language command