German Language Training

Course Overview

German Language Learner level course, related to levels A1-A2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages which aims, from outgoing outlook, to build up in an integrated and significant way, the basic linguistic skills like listening, reading, understanding and written. The course has a strong focus on lexical and grammatical content while always looking to respond successfully to the communicative and intellectual needs of the students.

Course Content

Beginners Course (A1 & A2) Basic Speaker

The program is expansive in nature, both in its learning outcomes and the training methodology employed. As a result, the entire course learning objectives are set in terms of the student’s ability to use the language. The course content is directly related to the learning objectives; and the training methodology is based on forthcoming activities accompanied by the required reflection on the language to ease its integration and a good control of its structures.


  • The student has very less knowledge of German, for instance the ability to initiate oneself and talk about simple everyday situations.
  • A student learns how to make simple enquirers in speaking and writing and to give instructions builds on student basic grammar skills and build up vocabulary. The following language functions are among persons practiced: asking the way; giving directions; asking for and giving information; discussing home


  • Adjective declension, simple Subordinate Clauses, simple Prepositions, Imperfect tense, Nominative, Genitive, Dative, Accusative.
  • He/she has some knowledge of German. Can learn how to express him/herself effectively in common, daily situations and to read and understand plain texts.

Intermediate Course (B1 & B2):

Your fundamental German skills are incomplete. You merge and modify basic grammar structures, and learn to go ahead discussions on interesting topics.


  • After finishing A1 & A2 the student must have a basic command of the ground rules of German grammar and to know simple texts. He/she consolidates and revises fundamental grammar structures and learns to talk about interesting topics.


  • Basic control of the fundamentals of German grammar, in particular all tense forms, Present and Imperfect Subjunctive, Passive, Adjective declension, Subordinate Clauses & sentence structure.
  • The student learns to express him/herself confidently about a range of moderately complex topics and without preparation. The essential grammatical structures are revised again and consolidated on middle level. The requirement is a command of basic grammar.

Advance Course (C1 & C2):

In this class you will strengthen your French language skills. You will learn how to speak French with more complex sentence structures using not only the present perfect but also the simple past.

Learners will develop good command of German grammar, all tense forms, all applications of the Present and Imperfect Subjunctive, Subordination, Participle Constructions, Prepositions.


  • Student can speak fluently in German. He/she work on literary, socio-political, cultural and scientific topics.
  • Learners will develop and can enhance a good command over German grammar. Grammar trained covers indirect object pronouns, past participles, likes and dislikes, interrogatives, reflexive and reciprocal verbs, time expressions, adverbs and simple past.
  • Normal Track

Course Training

About German Languages Training

The Department of German Languages consists of eleven well qualified faculty members. This helps the faculty members to teach students not only the foreign language, but also initiate them in the culture of these countries.

  • Detailed notes are taken to identify precise training needs.
  • Current language level is assessed and analysed according to the Linguarama competence levels chart.
  • The targets for the course are agreed – both the language levels and the skills to be acquired.
  • A course is designed to meet the training objectives set.
  • A team of trained teachers, all native speakers of the language, implement the training programme.
  • A constant review of the relevance and effectiveness of the programme is carried out.
  • The final report gives the individual and the company a detailed profile of the progress made together with suggestions for continuing language acquisition.German Language Training Duration.

German Language Training Duration

  • Normal Track 45 Working days for German Training course, daily one and half hour.
  • Weekend Batches(saturday,sunday) 2to3 hours for day total 16 working days.
  • German  Langusges Course.


Academic qualification and proficiency in german languages opens the gate for career in sectors such as tourism, embassies, diplomatic service, entertainment, public relations and mass communication, international organisations, publishing, interpretation and translation, etc. Additionally, various multinational corporate bodies require candidates possessing excellent language skills in French, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, Korean, Portuguese, etc. Some new avenues such as online content writers, technical translators or decoders too have come up in a big way.

International organisations such as the United Nations Organization (UNO), Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and various Indian national organisations such as Ministry of External Affairs, Reserve Bank of India (RBI), etc too require professionals who have specialisation in German languages.

Trainer Profile

Real Training with Real Time experience. He has around 8 years of Experience in Training,Designing and Implementing the Applications based on german languages .