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Our Accelerated Professional Program Modules in Foreign Languages (Spanish, French, German, and Italian only) are specialized, individually-tailored, non-intensive language courses of typically short duration for students at an intermediate or advanced level who wish to improve specific communication skills with business oriented language training. These courses will complement each student’s learning by targeting specific business-oriented focus areas.

We will assess each student’s current capabilities, goals, and language learning style in order to develop a course that best meets his or her needs. Modules can be taken individually or as a supplement to other language courses. This program is available in all of our Florida language training centers.

Instruction for this program is provided by I.F. Multicultural Interactive Solutions, LLC.

Business Correspondance

Average units: 30 units

The Business Correspondence Module is particularly useful for those seeking to improve their ability to write letters, faxes, or emails in English. Students will learn the structures, expressions, and procedures commonly used in English business writing, as well as how to communicate clearly and effectively through written documents.

Sample Themes:

  • Claim Letters
  • Customer Relations Letters
  • Requesting Information
  • Cover Letters
  • Collection Letters
  • Providing Information

Telephoning

Average units: 30 units

One of the most difficult tasks for many non-native English speakers is maintaining a phone conversation, since speakers cannot rely on body language and facial expressions to aid comprehension.

During the Telephoning Module, students will learn the vocabulary, structures, and idiomatic expressions commonly used in telephone conversations. Students will practice the listening skills necessary for telephone conversations while learning to speak clearly so that others may understand them while on the phone.

Sample Themes:

  • Beginning and Ending Calls
  • Repetition and Clarification
  • Expressing Feelings and Reactions
  • Calling New Contacts
  • Overcoming Barriers
  • Taking Part in Conference Calls

Program Available in the Following Schools:

  • Miami (Brickell)
  • Aventura
  • Coral Gables
  • Doral
  • Weston
  • Boca Raton
  • Orlando
  • Tampa
  • Fort Lauderdale
  • Key Biscayne

Course Available in the Following Languages:

  • Spanish
  • French
  • German
all courses

Test Preparation

Inlingua Locations

Students who wish to take their course in the Coral Gables or Key Biscayne Center will access some student and academic advising services (such as new student orientation and placement testing) in the inlingua Miami (Brickell) Center.