The accent is on the spoken word; learning is developed in small groups in an interactive, warm and friendly atmosphere. Handled by a team of highly skilled instructors, the courses focus on improving conversational skills and other aspects of foreign language learning through role play methods, lively discussion, extensive use of audio-visual aids and other state-of-the-art teaching materials.
We are in Chennai, India, and have our flagship centre in Adyar, which is a hub of commercial activity, and close to the Chennai IT corridor. In addition, from April 2017 onwards, we have launched our satellite “INaWORD Classrooms” in Anna Nagar and Kilpauk, set up in collaboration with Qual-ET Education and Training. INaWORD Classrooms will also be extended into other parts of the city, bringing our courses closer to you, whichever part of Chennai you live, work or study in.
We train people from all walks of life: businessmen, managers, professionals, housewives, school and college students.
INaWORD centres are completely ICT-enabled. The classrooms are WiFi and have been equipped with other requisite infrastructure. Courses have been tailored to build in audio-visual elements using the internet and other digital content. Building ICT capability is a part of our commitment to continuously enhance the quality of the learning experience at INaWORD.
All the INaWORD teachers are very experienced. You can have fun and improve your skills at the same time!! During class, you can feel free to ask a question whenever you need. Your teacher will help and support you to understand.
– Rekha R
What I liked best was the fact that classes were not merely textbook-oriented. My instructor taught us verb conjugations through songs and we watched quite a few videos in class as well.
– Mrinali Fernandez
The German A1.1 class was very good. There was a strong focus on basics of the language. It was a lot of fun interacting with the whole class in a lively and cheerful environment. There was a lot of enthusiasm from both sides. Danke.
– M. Rodrigues