In-company Japanese training
We deliver tailored language and cultural training courses which enable you to engage effectively with Japanese clients, suppliers and partners.
- Qualified, highly experienced Business Japanese trainers
- Training at your offices or at our purpose built centre in Covent Garden
- Courses designed around your specific requirements
- Strong cultural element where appropriate
- Integrated online support and course reporting
- Lessons scheduled to your availability
Talk to us about your training needs
For more information or a quote contact the in-company team directly, or fill out our online enquiry form:
Telephone: +44 (0)207 611 2459
Your Japanese language training
All our Business Japanese courses are based on what learners need to do – from building a foundation in the language to learning Keigo for advanced business purposes.
Courses reflect the scenarios they will use the language in and develop the appropriate language skills – including structure, vocabulary, the different scripts, and communicative skills..
General and Business Language Training
Our general and business language training provides practical instruction for everyday business tasks, such as participating effectively in meetings, going on successful business trips, understanding and then writing emails, discussing business on the phone, and better social language skills.
Cross-Cultural Communication Skills
Understanding how the Japanese approach business, their values and their expectations is crucial to engaging successfully with Japanese companies. Our trainers will give you invaluable insight on how to maximise your business relationships with clients, suppliers, and counterparts based in Japan.
Industry-Specific Language Training
Our Japanese language trainers have the experience and expertise to deliver specialist courses. These may be sector-specific, such as training lawyers and diplomats, or with a focus on particular tasks, such as delivering a business presentation to a Japanese audience.
Your Japanese language trainer
All International House London trainers are qualified, native-level trainers with experience of teaching languages to companies. They are employed, not freelance, and have the on-going support of a world-class academic department and resource centre.
Kiyoko is a qualified and experienced Japanese teacher at IH London. She has a degree in Sociology from the University of Soka in Japan. She has taught Japanese at University of Westminster, the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, the Ministry of Defence, and also to companies such as Linklaters, Morgan Stanley, Sony, Clifford Chance, and Lovells.
Saori has been teaching Japanese to individuals and groups at IH London since 1993. On in-company courses, Saori has taught Japanese to Sony, Fujitsu, Swiss Bank, Barclays Capital, Ernst & Young, Deloitte, Goldman & Sachs, Abercrombie & Fitch and gave language training for the Royal Opera House Japan Tour 2010. She also trains British Diplomats at the Foreign & Commonwealth Office.
Our In-company Language Training helped Abercrombie & Fitch managers to achieve their language goals and integrate into their new target language culture.
We helped Speak the Speech acquire a deep understanding of Middle Eastern business and improve their ability to operate in the region and advise their clients.
Abercrombie and Fitch, Accenture, AECOM, Affiliate Window, the Association of Financial markets in Europe, Alaco, Assa Abloy, AVL Powertrain, Bain & Company, Baker & McKenzie, Bank of London & the Middle East, Barnett Waddingham LLP, Berenberg Bank, Bighams, Brookfield, Café Rouge, Christie’s, Citibank, Clifford Chance, Corinthia Hotel, De Beers, Delphi Engineering, Diamond Bank, Dishoom, EIP, ETF Securities, Expedia, the Fairtrade Foundation, Fladgate LLP, Flamingo International, Fedex, FiscalReps, Fitflop, the FCO, Formation Architects, GE Healthcare Finnamore, H10 Hotels, Halliburton, Henderson Global Investors, Idemitsu Petroleum, Infrata, Inner Square, Intechnica, Inter Hannover, ION Geophysical, K2 Relocation, Kering Group, KKR, Lacoste, Laureus, Leo Burnett, Michael Kors, Mondelez, Muller, OCIMF, Optimus Sourcing, Polar Capital, Ponte Gadea Group, Puig, Qualcomm, the Quebec Government Office in the UK, Research Now, Rondanini, RPC Law, Said Foundation, Sarasin & Partners, Savills, Seadrill, Sodexo, Soditic Group, Speak the Speech, Stoke Mandeville Hospital (National Spinal Injuries Unit), Stroz Friedberg, Swarovski, TCI Hedge Fund, Transport for London, Unicoms, Uniqlo, Valueclick, VE Interactive, Vice UK, Visa Europe, WATG Architects, Wipro.