Langma School of Languages’ Burmese for Attaché programme is designed for diplomats working or for those who wish to work in Myanmar where effective and unambiguous communication is essential to securing and maintaining successful diplomatic relations. Particularly in the diplomatic and public service profession, the ability to contribute to debates, meetings, and be persuasive to your point of view in the Burmese language is an essential part of our integrated learning strategy. The programme at Langma School of Languages is aimed at Diplomats, Government Representatives, Members of Parliament, and Civil Servants with deeper understanding of the Burmese language as it is the key skill to excel in their respective roles.
Irrespective of the diplomatic role or field, it is important to speak Burmese proficiently. In order to establish the highest diplomatic level, the ability to comprehend the subtleties and nuances of the Burmese language and deliver with confidence is paramount. Langma School of Languages holds years of experience of training governments and international institutions, working at all levels and with all levels of diplomatic personnel. Our global presence makes us uniquely place to be your local, national, and international training partner for Burmese for Attaché Programme. Langma School of Languages is the world’s leading providers of Burmese for Attaché programme.
The programme at Langma School of Languages is aimed to benefits and helps you attain a greater diplomacy in your spoken and written language, more professional representation of your country, and greater command in your selection of language. The programme is well-suited to diplomatic personnel, government employees or international agency staff who work in international diplomacy, frequently using their Burmese language skills in their communications. The actual programme is tailored and will be determined by your level and requirements. However, the core elements of the programme are spoken Burmese: intonation, register, and style, public speaking, presentation skills, and formal writing skills (if required).
|Duration||14 weeks (2 hours/session)|
|Class timings||IST (International Standard Timings)|
|Class size||Maximum 6 delegates|