The right German course for all employees working in the gastronomy and hotel industry.
Our German course for the gastronomy and hotel industry in Zurich was designed to help employees living in Switzerland learn the German language relevant to their profession.
You can join this course at a discount, if you’re a member of the labour union Syna and you work at least one day a week (20%) under the Total Employment Contract for the Swiss Hospitality Industry (L-GAV).
At our headquarters in Zurich you’ll learn the necessary vocabulary for your daily life in the gastronomy or hotel industry efficiently, effectively and at a fair price.
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Course level A1.1 & A1.2
The German course for the gastronomy and hotel industry is designed for beginners. After the course, all participants have the chance to achieve the corresponding “Telc-Certificate” directly at our headquarters in Zurich.
Course duration and entry
Start: 3 September 2019
End: 12 December 2019
Every Tuesday & Thursday
14:45 – 16:25
Entry in a running course is possible at any time!
|Timetable||Tuesday & Thursday
14.45 – 16.25
|Price||CHF 50.- for members of the SYNA
CHF 375.- for non-members of the SYNA
|Course material||included in the price|
|Location||ENAIP, Herostrasse 7, 8048 Zurich|
*with a course-attendance of at least 80%- otherwise the course costs CHF 375.-
Conditions for entry
Only for employees of the gastronomy or hotel industry.
A level of employement of at least 20% (one day a week)
Exclusively for employees who have signed the “Total Employment Contract in the Swiss Hospitality Industry” (L-GAV)
The German course for employees in the gastronomy and hotel industry broadens and deepens the participants’ knowledge of the German language. The course contents cover reading, writing, speaking, and understanding the German language.
The course participants learn the relevant vocabulary in the gastronomy and hotel industry. To this end, the teachers will use authentic materials from the participants’ workplaces (menus, ingredient lists, forms, and more).
The learning objectives include the successful handling of everyday (occupational) situations (subjects: guests, eating habits, leisure, transport, and children).
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to write simple messages and notes and create a variety of descriptions and reports of events and memories (topics: workplace form, writing menus, making a proposition, and formulating their own opinion verbally and in a letter).
Why choose us
Your German lessons in the city – You can reach your course in only 9 minutes using the S-Bahn S3, S5, S12, S14, S19 from Zurich Main Station!