Preparation of your intake - incompany

You’ll soon have your intake interview with a Regina Coeli trainer. This conversation forms the basis of your language training with us. Read more below about the interview and how you can best prepare for it.

Purpose of the intake

During the intake, you’ll receive advice on how best to learn a language, and we will tell you what your training programme at Regina Coeli could look like. Of course, we can only put together your personal programme if we know what your skill levels are, what kind of work you do, the kinds of situations you use the language in and what your personal communication style is. We’d like to get to know you in the intake interview, and at the same time, you’ll have the opportunity to get to know Regina Coeli!

Our contact details

Tel. +31(0)73 - 684 87 90

Do you want to move your intake? That's possible! If you give us a call, we'll schedule a new appointment right away!

What should you prepare?

You get the most out of the intake appointment when you prepare for it. You can do this in the following way:

Step 1: Take the language assessment test
Go to My Regina Coeli and take the test for the language you wish to learn. The test begins with simple questions and they become progressively more difficult. The more you get right, the longer the test takes.

Step 2: Be clear on your wants and needs
Carefully consider what you would like to be able to do by the time you have finished the course. The following questions can help in clarifying this:

  1. What kinds of situations do you need the language for?
  2. What kinds of subjects do you need to talk about in those situations?
  3. Who do you communicate with?
  4. How do you communicate? In conversations, through presentations, in writing?

The more thoroughly you can answer these questions, the better we can tailor the course to your specific needs.

Step 3: Warm up beforehand
Part of the conversation is in the language you want to learn. If you do not speak it regularly, you can warm up by listening to the radio, watching television or reading something in the language.

Are you interested in language and career?

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