The ideal Dutch course for workers

NT1 course, ideal for workers

NT1 course, ideal for workers

Do you know all the spelling rules of Dutch? The proper use of upper-case letters? The correct way to write abbreviations? The conjugation of English verbs? Is it panne- or pannenkoeken? Are you in doubt? If so, an NT1 course (Dutch as first language) is absolutely advisable. Avoid blunders through stupid mistakes like ‘ik wordt’. Take further training. A good command of Dutch always provides you with a impressive visiting card. Our language trainers will familiarise you with Dutch grammar, improve your spelling and help you to clearly express yourself in words and writing. You will increase your vocabulary, improve your language use and make considerably fewer mistakes in the Big Spelling Test of the Dutch Language.




This training can if desired be focussed on the correct use of the language in your sector.


Expand your vocabulary. Improve your spelling and knowledge of grammar. Write business letters in the correct tone and style. Learn to write reports and when to use formal/informal language. You can choose from many themes.


All our Dutch trainers (NT1) are graduates in Dutch and have a background in language training. Furthermore, all our teachers are regularly retrained at our Language Partners Academy.



All training begins with a thorough intake procedure. Read everything about registration, intakes, evaluations and certificates in our procedures.

Intensity of language training

NT1 training can be provided in different ways: intensively, urgently, flexibly and spread out. More about the different intensities.

Types of language training

Would you like to follow NT1 as customised group training, private training, workshop, language coaching or Blended Learning? Read everything about types of training here.

Location of language training

Our language trainers can visit your firm (in-company). You can also undertake language training at one of our branches in your locality.



For customised training, we are happy to make an appropriate proposal based on an intake interview and test.




Would you like non-binding advice or to make an appointment for an intake interview?