All our trainers are teaching live online during the COVID-19 period.

Arabic Courses for Business in Greater Manchester

Many professionals within companies across the UK, as well as private individuals, have benefitted from an Arabic Language Course with SIMON & SIMON.

Highly qualified native-speaking Arabic Teachers

SIMON & SIMON boast a fantastic team of highly qualified native-speaking Arabic Teachers who, with an average of 15 years of experience, will ensure you benefit from an Arabic Course in Greater Manchester which has been designed specifically around your requirements. Our Language Trainers consistently receive positive feedback regarding their performance, and what’s more, before the start of your course you will be equipped with a profile on your trainer, detailing their previous experience and background.

If your only previous experience of learning a language is what you remember from school, then you’re in for a treat. Teaching Approaches for Modern Language Training have changed enormously in recent years, it is now considered far more fun and rewarding, a far cry from what you will remember of learning a language at school. Your Arabic Course in Greater Manchester will be conducted almost entirely in Arabic, a modern teaching method known as the Communicative Approach. Adopting the Communicative Approach, you will find yourself making progress from your very first session and soon you will have such confidence to use your new Arabic skills in a range of authentic situations.

In depth: Our Arabic Courses for Business in Greater Manchester

1:1 and Group Arabic Courses in Greater Manchester

At SIMON & SIMON, our Arabic Courses in Greater Manchester can be arranged on either a 1:1 or group basis. Although group sessions prove to be great value for money, a 1:1 Arabic language course can allow for much faster progress as the course can be tailored to the specific strengths and weaknesses of the individual. Group Sessions will require the commitment of all the students involved and should be capped at a maximum of 6 candidates per course. Those learning Arabic in Greater Manchester on a 1:1 basis will naturally make faster progress as the course can be fully customised around the student’s requirements.

Arabic Course Management

Each SIMON & SIMON Arabic Language Course is overseen by a highly-experienced and multi-lingual Account Manager. At the start of your Arabic Course in Greater Manchester you will receive a profile on your trainer which will be followed by a Course Plan and Course Materials. You will then also receive a progress report after every 40 hours of completed training.

Arabic Course Locations & Schedules

SIMON & SIMON’s Arabic language courses have been run for clients in many different locations. With a global network of language trainers an Arabic language course can be held in almost any major city throughout Europe and elsewhere. We can arrange Arabic training sessions in your home or, as many of our clients prefer, in your offices to remove the need for you to travel. Full-time residential Arabic language courses are also an option. For a list of locations, please contact our office.

Greater Manchester Arabic Course Schedules

Our Arabic language courses in Greater Manchester run throughout the year. The majority of our students attend at least one 90-minute session per week and many students will try to do more than one session depending on work commitments. Our Arabic teachers are available Monday – Friday from 8am – 6pm, and Weekend Courses can also be arranged on request. Our intensive Arabic language courses run for 30 hours per week, (6 hours per day Monday – Friday), and take place on our clients’ premises or at a residential centre here in the UK or abroad.

Arabic Course Content

The content of your Arabic course in Greater Manchester will reflect your level and your particular objectives. We will assess your Arabic language level before your Arabic language course, and discuss with you in detail the subject areas you wish to focus on.

You may be a complete beginner looking for day-to-day Arabic survival language skills, or a more proficient Arabic speaker needing to improve your fluency when discussing areas such as law, banking, finance, insurance, sales, travel, marketing, and administration.

You may want to focus on improving your Arabic for meetings, discussions and negotiations, or to concentrate on improving your listening comprehension, pronunciation and telephone skills.

Whatever your needs, working with one of our highly experienced Arabic language trainers you can be confident that the content of your Arabic course in Greater Manchester will be tailored just for you and that you will soon be meeting your objectives.

Arabic Language Examination Courses

We can also help prepare you for Arabic examinations of a business or general nature. We are proud to say our students have a 95% pass rate in language examinations, and their success further underlines the value we place on working with Arabic teachers in Greater Manchester with above average experience. As part of our service, SIMON & SIMON will also organise the registration and administration of Arabic examinations and the issuing of result certificates.

About Arabic

Arabic is a Central Semitic language, thus related to and classified alongside other Semitic languages such as Hebrew and the Neo-Aramaic languages. Arabic has more speakers than any other language in the Semitic language family. It is spoken by more than 280 million people as a first language, most of whom live in the Middle East and North Africa. It is the official language of 22 countries and it is the liturgical language of Islam since it is the language of the Quran, the Islamic Holy Book. Arabic has many different, geographically distributed spoken varieties, some of which are mutually unintelligible. Modern Standard Arabic (sometimes called Literary Arabic) is widely taught in schools, universities, and used in workplaces, government and the media.

About Greater Manchester

Manchester is a city and metropolitan borough of Greater Manchester, England. In 2009, its population was estimated to be 483,800, making it the seventh-most populous local authority district in England.

Manchester lies within one of the UK’s largest metropolitan areas; the metropolitan county of Greater Manchester had an estimated population of 2,600,100, the Greater Manchester Urban Area a population of 2,240,230, and the Larger Urban Zone around Manchester, the second-most-populous in the UK, had an estimated population in the 2004 Urban Audit of 2,539,100. The demonym of Manchester is Mancunian.

Manchester is situated in the south-central part of North West England, fringed by the Cheshire Plain to the south and the Pennines to the north and east. The recorded history of Manchester began with the civilian vicus associated with the Roman fort of Mamucium, which was established c. CE 79 on a sandstone bluff near the confluence of the rivers Medlock and Irwell. Historically, most of the city was a part of Lancashire, although areas south of the River Mersey were in Cheshire.

Throughout the Middle Ages Manchester remained a manorial township, but began expanding “at an astonishing rate” around the turn of the 19th century as part of a process of unplanned urbanisation brought on by a boom in textile manufacture during the Industrial Revolution.

Manchester is the second highest ranked city in Britain behind London as ranked by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network in 2014 as a beta world city. It was the site of the very first atom being split, and the Manchester Liverpool Road station was the first inter-city railway station in the world. It is the third most visited city in the United Kingdom behind London and Edinburgh with a diverse culture and a fascinating history that draws foreigners to come see it.

Assess Your Arabic Level

The table below is based on recognised language levels used by various academic institutions across the European Union. A highly motivated student attending weekly sessions with their Arabic language trainer in Greater Manchester can expect to move from one level to another after 50 hours providing they also commit to a similar number of hours of self-study.

Of course, some people find learning languages easier than others, and some students will have more opportunities to practise Arabic in the course of their work and leisure, so these factors also need to be considered when trying to assess how long it will take to move from one level to another.

 

Whether you’re learning a language for the first time or are looking to develop your existing language skills, call SIMON & SIMON today on +44 (0)20 7821 0999 to discuss the best language training course for you.

Alternatively, complete our short enquiry form to receive a tailored proposal that includes investment levels.

Enquire Now

Quick Enquiry
Close Form

Quick Enquiry

+44 (0) 20 7821 0999

Lessons will likely start online before transitioning to face to face, based on government guidance during COVID-19.
Close
Call Us