BUSINESS MANDARIN SPECIALISING IN FINANCE & ACCOUNTING TERMS
This course aims to equip learners with general financial and accounting terminologies.
This popular course is specially designed for learners working in the finance and accounting industries. Learners
should be able to speak Mandarin and read Chinese but are not proficient in communicating for business purposes.
- Business Etiquette
- Business and Economic Terms
- Accounting Terms
- Financial Statements
- Numerical expressions and their application
- Corporate Profile
- Product and Service
- An Overview of China's Economy
- Business negotiation
- Reading and Translation of business-related articles and more....
- Professional Teachers with language teaching experience and management experience in the banking and finance arena
- Native speakers from China
- Effectively bilingual in English and Chinese
$600 + GST (Member)
LBMFA1302 28 Jun 2013 - 6 Sep 2013
Every Fri (Weekday Classes)
10 lessons, 30 hours
Course Fee: $650 + GST (Non-member)
This course is popularly requested by local and foreign financial institutions. A similar programme called BUSINESS MANDARIN for BANKING PROFESSIONALS is also available.
Certificate of Proficiency
Awarded to participants who achieve 75% attendance and pass the class test.
Certificate of Attendance
Awarded to participants who achieve 75% attendance.
SCCIOB @ Hill Street
47, Hill Street, #08-01, SCCCI Building, Singapore 179365 (Near City Hall MRT Station)
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For course enrolment, enquiries and payment please email: email@example.com or call 6334 1080
We offer tailored in-house training programmes for organisations in different industries.
Testimonial from student in Business Mandarin in Finance and Accounting
Adaline (BMFA student)
" A great course in all aspects. The syllabus is relevant and useful. The course instructor is professional,
has industry experience and uses a variety of teaching methods to encourage fun and creative learning for
what would otherwise be a mundane subject. I would definitely recommend this course to anyone who is a finance professional and who is keen on brushing up on his/her mandarin skills"