This live online training via Zoom is ideal for foreign professionals in the medical field who want to work in Germany or who are already working in Germany and are looking for a course to enhance their specialist German language knowledge. This course is also designed to prepare doctors for the exam “telc Deutsch Medizin B2-C1” as well as the “Fachsprachenprüfung für Ärztinnen und Ärzte” (FSP) as prerequisite for the Approbation. In the course German for Doctors you will learn in a virtual classroom with a small international group of 4 to 8 doctors. You will train your skills in the following areas:
- specialist vocabulary in medicine and pharmacy
- anamnesis and physical examination
- patient presentation and case presentation
- documentation procedures and writing medical reports
- training of the three exam parts: doctor-patient conversation, written documentation and doctor-doctor conversation
For this course, you need at least a solid B2-level or C1 level according to CEFR. If you are not sure what prior language knowledge you have, please use this placement test before booking the course online or contact us via e-mail. The course is designed as a composition of active and effective language training during the live online sessions on one side and extensive homework exercises on the other side. So, you need to plan about 10-12 hours additionally per week for homework assignments, especially vocabulary training.
After booking the course German for Doctors you will receive an e-mail with a booking confirmation and all information on your course and on how to use Zoom.
Requirements: internet connection, computer with camera, microphone or headset, preferably additional computer or tablet for working with digital material
Time zones and schedules: You will need to choose a course which schedule corresponds to your local time zone. Our group courses for doctors start at 11.00 or at 18.00 CET (Central European Time). So, if you are in Germany, Europe, Africa or the Near East you got the choice. If you are in Asia, you should choose 11.00 CET. If you are in the Western hemisphere, 18.00 CET is the right choice.