Cactus provides language courses to individuals and organisations across the Middle East and Asia. We have a strong presence in the United Arab Emirates and Qatar as well as in China, India and Singapore, where we teach a variety of languages in many major cities. From Arabic in Dubai to Japanese in Hong Kong and English in Hanoi, we are able to meet the demand for diverse combinations of language and location thanks to our strong network of trainers spanning the Middle East and Asia.
Our tutors come to your place of work, which makes course delivery both convenient and time-saving for you and your colleagues. We also deliver our courses at our client’s home, if this is the preferred location. Our Language Training Courses at your company’s premises or at your home, are tailored to meet the requirements of your organisation.
Our Language Training Courses cater for one-to-one classes, two-to-one classes, small group classes and larger groups of up to twenty people per group. The classes may take the following formats:
Weekly: these sessions take place once a week and last between 1.5 and 2 hours per week
Intensive: these sessions last the whole day (6 hours of tuition) and are designed to accelerate learning, producing excellent results in a short period of time
Combined: these sessions combine face-to-face with Skype training, ensuring progress continues even when you are on a business trip or overseas
Skype: these sessions allow fast progress to be made without committing to a specific time or day on a regular basis
Whichever language training course option you chose your tutor will be highly-qualified, experience and results-driven. You will experience tangible progression in a short period of time which can quickly be transferred into beneficial, real-life, on-the-job skills, improving not only the way you work but contributing to the success of your organisation.
Cactus offers an intensive weekend course, ‘Succeeding in International Markets: Middle East‘, especially designed for business people who want to conduct international trade with the Middle East and successfully communicate with the Arab people.