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Business Korean Language
We provide a variety of options for companies looking to have their staff trained in Korean language, whether you're planning to send a small team on a course or booking a teambuilding workshop for 50 pax.
Customised Korean Corporate Courses
To find out more about the rates and customisable Korean language syllabus PKC can offer, please contact PKC Corporate Manager at +60 11-5754 5048.
Please let us know these details:
Please note that for a standard corporate course, it is equivalent to 27 contact hours. You may choose to structure the 27 hour course depending on your requirements.
For all of the above structures, you may request for lessons to be conducted once per week or multiple times per week.
Corporate Mini Workshops
A popular team building activity to introduce employees to basic Korean greetings and culture.
For companies, organisations or schools who would like a hold a mini workshop, we have several workshop options:
Yoon Ssam is the principal teacher at Penang Korean Class and founder of uBitto. As a Korean language instructor in Malaysia for close to 10 years, he is a strong advocate of active and purposeful learning, as reflected in his way of teaching Korean language.
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Learners will start from Seed (Beginner I) to Survival (Intermediate II), achieving conversational standard. After completing conversational standard, learners will be fluent enough to engage with Koreans in daily conversations and acquire TOPIK 1 2nd grade certificate.
From Survival (Intermediate III) to Significant (Advanced I), learners will learn to be proficient enough to take TOPIK II test and acquire 4th grade certificate. Students will be able to pursue their higher education in Korea.
For Significant (Advanced II) till Significant+ level under professional standard, learners will be reading, writing and speaking in a professional level. Learners who complete these levels can acquire 5th / 6th grade certificate from TOPIK II and this certificate will enable them to pursue their career in Korea.