Apply intercultural communication skills, for example, using conventions to write a letter of application
Demonstrate an understanding of spoken and written German, for example, a video feature, a short job interview and documentation related to job applications
Discuss vocational education, employment opportunities as well as your own strengths and preferences
Apply appropriate phrases and structures to communicate accurately and with increasing complexity, for example using a wider range of adjectives accurately
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 Intermediate 1: Deutsch am Arbeitsplatz.
You’ll learn how to discuss current employment trends, preconceptions and stereotypes, vocational training in Germany, and job applications.
You’ll develop your linguistic competence (at level B1) and deepen your cultural understanding.
Vocational training in Germany
Current employment trends
Preconceptions and stereotypes
This course is for learners who already have an intermediate level of German.
This course follows German at Work Intermediate 1: Deutsch am Arbeitsplatz.