Next Course: 14th Sep, 4-8pm | London Bridge | £135
In just 4 hours, you’ll learn 70 Chinese Mandarin words in 5 most commonly used occasions immediately useful for daily and business conversations with the Chinese people.
The course is carefully developed to focus on the most useful Chinese Mandarin words sufficient for basic introduction, work, social and travel for busy business professionals.
After the course, you should be able to understand:
Looking for something longer? Check out our Survival Business Mandarin with Extra Confidence course!
Want one to one or in-company group training? - just contact us to arrange!
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After graduating from the University of Auckland, Grace spent several years working in marketing with an emphasis on ‘doing business with the Chinese.’ Originally from Guangzhou, Grace’s family emigrated to New Zealand when she was a teenager. She is tri-lingual in Mandarin, Cantonese and English.
Grace is the Managing Director of China Unbound, and runs some of the Chinese language and Chinese cultural competence training for businesses and professionals. As such she is able to bring her business experience to her language training and re-create real-life scenarios in the classroom to prepare clients to better work in an international environment.
Her students range from SMEs to large corporates including Grant Thornton, Emerging Communications, SB Wealth Management, The Association of Corporate Treasurers and many more.
“Lots of good practice! Very easy to understand.”
“Very useful content and very knowledgeable trainers. The relationship module was especially useful for negotiation.”
“Excellent lesson planning, informal and insightful.”
“Very worthwhile - I now feel far better equipped to do business with the Chinese people...!”
“Very practical. I learnt in a much more efficient manner than I did when I learned Chinese at one of London’s universities many years ago!”
“I needed to learn mandarin quickly for my job as a news reporter and after only 3 months of weekly learning, I now feel confident in communicating in basic mandarin.”