Learning other languages with CERAN

Learn other languages with CERAn

Learning new languages can bring many benefits: it can reduce anxiety and increase tolerance and creativity.

 Learning new languages provides an opportunity to cultivate patience and perseverance. It also opens our minds and encourages new visions, attitudes and styles of thinking regarding the world around us. Immersion in a different culture makes us feel more comfortable with the world in general. Communication will be easier, as will understanding. The more languages we learn, the easier it will be to learn other languages. It is common knowledge that bilingual brains are less distracted. Although the spoken language is prioritised in the CERAN method, the language trainer is always mindful of the importance of written information, which also has its place in the form of communication addressing the Participant's needs. Consequently, the spoken and written language are constantly present, but emphasis is more on one or the other form of language depending on the needs expressed by the Learner and the proposed activities.

Testimony

“I did not know to expect at Ceran. I was a bit cautious on arrival. The people were positive, welcoming and you felt supported for success. In practice, they do their best to teach you all you can learn and more. It is a positive approach to the difficult process of learning a new language. They have patience and understanding as they know you can work to exhaustion. The progress by the end is a pleasant surprise.”

Christopher

Find your profile

Professional :

 Are you aiming to:
- Develop a new project in a foreign country?
- Prepare for living and working in a new country?
- Speak more effectively in English with your peers?

Our Executive training courses are specifically for professionals and the entire CERAN training team are there to support you with learning your chosen language.

Young adult:

Our Young Adult training courses aim to prepare you for higher education or an exam, for an internship abroad or for an initial job interview.

Child :

Our Junior training courses for 7-17 year olds aim to develop communication, reinforce knowledge learned at school or prepare them for settling into a new country.

Language tests and exams

Besides our training programmes, we are authorised to conduct language certification tests, such as TOEIC, Bright and Linguaskills.

Find financing that suits you

You can use financial aid to lower the training costs. Find the financial aid available in your country: 

Why learn Arab ?

The sixth most spoken language in the world with some 250 million native speakers, Arabic is becoming an increasingly important language nowadays. An official language in more than 20 countries, Arabic is also one of the UN's 6 official languages. In some countries and fields, business and commerce in particular, knowledge of Arabic is a highly valued and sought-after skill. Often considered to be the most beautiful written language, learning it will lead you to discover a genuinely rich aesthetic. Discover Arabic calligraphy, an ancestral art which falls somewhere between writing and drawing.

Why learn Chinese ?

The second most spoken language in the world, with almost 917 million native people. And 198 million speakers who use it as another language, Chinese is becoming increasingly essential due to the prominent position of the Chinese economy nowadays. Today, China is indeed a major player in the global economy and Chinese has become a favoured language in international trade. Learning Chinese is an excellent way to stand out and attract the attention of future employers. To showcase your Chinese language skills in your professional and personal environment, you can take the HSK test, an international exam that tests proficiency in the Chinese language.

Why learn Japanese ?

Ranked as the world’s third largest economic power, Japan has today become one of the most influential countries in the world. Learning Japanese or any new language in general broadens your cultural prospective, opens up new horizons and sets you apart to create real professional opportunities. If you would like to work in Japan, take the JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test) which will certify your level in Japanese. Explore Japan and its local culture and cuisine, its cultural treasures and different lifestyles. Learn Japanese calligraphy in particular, one of the oldest arts in Japan.

Why learn Portuguese ?

The ninth most spoken language in the world, Portuguese is the official language in 9 countries across the world. Today, almost 234 million people speak Portuguese, including 220 million native speakers. Learning Portuguese sets you apart as it is a far less widely used language than English or Spanish. There are a variety of regions where Portuguese is spoken and all of them are of great cultural interest. Some areas are even tourist hotspots, such as Rio de Janeiro, Lisbon, Cape Verde and Malaysia.

Why learn Russian ?

Russian is the eighth most spoken language in the world, with around 258 million people who speak Russian, including 153 million native speakers. For many, learning Russian may mean venturing into the unknown and moving away from more traditional languages, yet Russian is a language of the future. A large number of economic opportunities are, in fact, beginning to emerge. Discover the largest country in the world, with a wealth of natural and cultural treasures; there are 26 UNESCO World Heritage sites in Russia. English is not spoken, or only very rarely, in Russia, which is why it is important to know Russian and the Russian culture to be able to work or travel there. Once the Russian language is acquired, it gives access to many other languages as Russian is part of the Slavic language branch. So you'll have an advantage when it comes to learning and understanding Croatian, Polish, Bulgarian and many other languages.

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