Training FAQ

Do I get a certificate from Lingvopedia?

Everyone who attends a course at Lingvopedia gets a certificate of attendance. It is mandatory to issue attendance certificate. But off course Lingvopedia also offers language examinations, and successful Candidates at these examinations are given certificates with details of results.

What language examinations does Lingvopedia offer training for?

All Lingvopedia training materials are lined up with the language levels that are given uniform definition for the following examinations:

  • Cambridge Certificates
  • DELE
  • DIE
  • European language certificates
  • German as a Foreign Language

Can Lingvopedia do the training on my company premises?

Lingvopedia language training can be done at Lingvopedia’s premises, in your company or at a place of your choice, such as a hotel.

Do only native speakers teach at Lingvopedia?

Lingvopedia has successful method and It is effective because the training is done by professional teachers. Learning from a professional not just add the quality to your learning but also some kind of proficiency also. but there is no obligation If Learners who have special requests, such as learning with native only, we can, on request, give them qualified a native foreign-language trainer.

Which languages can I learn at Lingvopedia?

Lingvopedia offers training in all living languages.

All Lingvopedia centers offer a wide range of one-on-one and group courses in English, German, French, Spanish and Italian.

One-on-one training is invariably the best solution for the other languages like Russian, Portuguese, Croatian, Turkish, Japanese and Arabic etc.

How many hours will I need?

We generally offer beginners level courses of A1 & A2 level of 36 hours each but to give a tailor made course and the right course we first do a placement test that tell us exactly what your objectives are

and how much time you have available. When we have that information we can work out a personal program for you that will how you the number of hours and the frequency and form of training that we recommend.