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Why do they come at the Scuola Toscana?

6. For my work

Business, work, tourism

Business, work, tourism

These days when the value is so important, attending an italian language course of Italian for business and trade is a wise investment for you and your organization.

You'll return to work armed with new tools to improve the performance and competitiveness of you and your company.

For a survey of firms we have worked with, see our page "credits/partnerships"

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[B1] 4 HOURS A DAY CLASSES

In addition to Italian grammar and syntax, this hands-on course will teach you the Italian you need for :

  • telephoning, meeting customers and visitors, travelling for work, negotiating
  • preparing business correspondence, reports and summaries, memos, e-mails, faxes
  • handling money matters, figures and graphs, commercial papers
  • dealing with marketing and sales, import export, delivery and after sales, etc.

by using authentic business situations and genuine problems encountered in Italian companies.

Case studies will illustrate concepts and you'll have the opportunity to practice skills in small groups and role plays; if you have your own business or if you are going to start it, if you are going to work in Italy or with Italian people, this is the very course for you!

Classes with a maximum of eight students.


[B2] WEEKLY CRASH CLASSES FOR BUSINESS AND TRADE!

Same topics as above in an high-performance course.
30 hours weekly in small groups (max. 8 students) - six hours a day, one, two, three, four or more weeks of teaching.
Short, intensive courses designed to make the most of your time.


[B3] PRIVATE TUITION!

Individual specialised courses for everyone:

  • Italian for bankers,
  • Italian for lawyers,
  • Italian for trade,
  • Italian for managers,
  • Italian for wine traders and experts (see also "Super Tuscany"),
  • Italian for cooking,
  • Italian for shopping.

[T1] CLASSES OF ITALIAN LANGUAGE FOR TOURISM

4 hours a day: In addition to Italian grammar and syntax, this hands-on course will teach you the Italian language you need for :

  • handling reservations via telephone, e-mail, fax, letter
  • communicating prices, tariffs, conditions to customers
  • giving tourist information to visitors
  • having social conversation with hosts
  • explaining itineraries, maps, menus, money matters
  • dealing with complains, etc.

Case studies will illustrate concepts and you'll have the opportunity to practice skills in small groups and role plays.
Classes with a maximum of eight students.
Recommended for preparation to DILC examination.


[T2] WEEKLY SUPERINTENSIVE COURSE IN ITALIAN FOR TOURISM

Same topics as above in an high-performance Italian language course.
30 hours weekly - four hours in small groups and two hours one-to-one every day, to rapidly improve the skills you need at your work.
Short, intensive courses designed to make the most of your time.


Let's go to the Scuola Toscana!

Personnel of these hotels attended a course at the scuolatoscana :

Radisson SAS, Edinburgh - Radisson SAS, Lago di Garda - Radisson SAS, Basel - Radisson SAS, Salzburg Sol Melia, Madrid - Hotel La Caravelle, Dijon - Spitzbergen Hotel, Spitzbergen - Hotel Buena Vista, Granada - Ramada Hotel, Geneve - Atrium Hotel, Mainz - Hilton Hotel, Dusseldorf - Hilton Hotel, Budapest - Hilton Hotel, Wien - Best Western Hotel, Den Haag - Best Western Albana, St. Moritz - Hotel City, Amsterdam - Palace Hotel, Tallin - Hotel Villa, Cap d'Antibes - Hotel City, Paris - L'Argentiere, Nice - Movenpick Hotel Voorburg, Amsterdam - Novotel, Wien - Park Hotel Delta, Ascona - Hotel Richmond, Geneve - Holiday Inn, Salzburg - Hotel Intercontinental, Wien - Swissotel, Basel - Novotel, Linz - K+K Hotel am Harras, Munchen - Hotel Crown Plaza Pitter, Salzburg - Badrutt's Palace Hotel, St. Moritz - Hotel Giardino, Ascona - Grand Hotel Dolder, Zurich - Cresta Palace Hotel, Celerina - Hotel President, Wien - Hotel Belvedere, St. Moritz - Hotel Monopol, St. Moritz - Hotel Regina, Wengen - Tourismus Verband, Wien - Chesa Guardaleij, Silvaplana - Hotel Bellevue, Engelberg - Edelweiss Hotel, Engelberg - Carlton Hotel Tivoli, Luzern - Hotel Ermitage, Reims - Hotel Eldorado, Montana - La Corniche d'Or, Lyon - Posthotel, St. Moritz