INaWORD for Adults

We have a set of foreign language learning courses for individual adult learners from all walks of life – entrepreneurs, college students, housewives and others.

The INaWORD Flair programmes, apart from developing verbal and related skills, also prepares adults to appear for internationally recognized certificate examinations including:

DELF A1, A2, B1 & B2 for French

Certifications exams at A1, A2, B1 & B2 levels for German

DELE A1, A2, B1 & B2 for Spanish

The European Languages examination levels are defined by guidelines as laid down by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), which describe what learners should be able to do in reading, listening, speaking and writing at each level.

This is detailed in the Levels of Learning page of our Courses section.

Japanese courses for adults, aligned to the JLPT international certification levels and Mandarin Chinese courses, which enable HSK certification, are also on offer, which help those who have business, education-related or cultural dealings with people from Japanese and Chinese-speaking countries.

Levels are progressively structured to provide for continuity and higher level learning, and a certificate is awarded at the end of each level.

We ensure that the size of the group in each batch is optimal, between 8 and 15 students, so that there is a balance between having enough students for the interaction that the group requires, while at the same time not compromising on the need for individual attention.

Apart from the regular-paced Flair courses, which deliver 5-6 hours of instruction per week, fast-track options are also on offer, with about 10 hours of classroom activity per week.

For those who prefer it, the Flair foreign language training courses can be made available as one-on-one tuitions, or taught to smaller groups of 2-5 students.

On request, INaWORD also handles adult English training programmes, to bring about discernible improvement in specific aspects that the learner wishes to focus upon. This is handled only in a one-on-one format.