Business Malay Course in Singapore

About This Business Malay Training Course

Business Malay Course in Singapore

Our Malay trainers have decades of experience of working with private and public sector businesses across all industries and areas, we are ideally located to help you achieve the level of activity or social Malay you need.

Accessible worldwide, choose from numerous weekly Malay sessions at your offices or an intensive Malay course at our centre situated in Singapore’s CBD. In addition, we offer face-to-face training options; we also provide e-Learning and virtual training programmes.

Take a Business Malay course with Knowles Training Institute, the world’s leading training providers of Business Malay training courses.

This business Malay course is designed to teach learners to communicate effectively in Malay in a professional setting. Course participants will develop your business Malay vocabulary, develop your ability to write and speak in Malay in both cultural and professional interactions, and master terminology and skills that you can apply to business Malay negotiations, telephone conversations, written reports and emails, and professional Malay presentations.

Business Malay is a section of Malay for specific purposes and can be considered a specialism within Malay language teaching and learning, or a variant of international Malay. Many non-native Malay speakers examine the subject with the goal of doing business with Malay-speaking countries, or with companies located outside the Malay-speaking world but which nonetheless use Malay as a common language. Malay communication that takes place within the business circles all over the globe occurs between non-native Malay speakers. In such cases, the object of the exercise is efficient and effective Malay communication.

The strict rules of Malay grammar are sometimes ignored. For example, a skilled negotiator’s only goal is to reach an agreement as soon as possible.  Business Malay may be different things to different people. For some, it focuses on Malay vocabulary and topics used in the worlds of business, trade, finance, and international relations. For others, it refers to the Malay communication skills used in a business setting and focuses on the Malay language and skills needed for typical business communication such as negotiation, presentations, meetings, socialising, small talk, correspondence, report writing, and a systematic approach.

Business Malay speaking professionals are in high demand. Whether you are pushing a product, conducting international market research or liaising with business associates around the world, your Malay language skills could be invaluable to your business. Make the most of these opportunities with a Business Malay course by Knowles Training Institute.

Speaking business Malay will give you an advantage in life. It is one of the most spoken languages in the world! Business Malay skills are essential in today’s economy. Business Malay proficiency supports businesspeople to improve in their careers and helps multinational businesses speed up overseas expansion in countries where they speak Malay.

Knowing the local language, Malay, in this case, is crucial to succeeding in foreign markets where Malay is the first language. The biggest global consumer-facing businesses all recognise that you must speak the language (Business Malay) of your consumers, wherever they may be in Malay speaking countries.

Our Business Malay intensive course teaches you the essential Malay language skills to succeed in the business environment. With this full-time course business Malay course, you will quickly learn how to communicate in Malay in a professional business environment efficiently.

In this Business Malay course, you will learn with Malay business case studies, Malay business role plays, and practical job seeking skills in Malay. Extra optional Malay lessons will enable you to concentrate on the particular areas that you want more help with.

These business Malay courses can be taken at Knowles Training Institute Training Centre in the Central Business District in Singapore.

Who Should Attend This Business Malay Workshop

This Business Malay workshop is ideal for anyone who would like to gain a strong grasp and improve their Business Malay.

  • Anyone intending to relocate to an Malay-speaking country and wanting to attend an Malay class to prepare in advance for their job.
  • Business professionals that conduct business frequently with Malay speakers who wish to build rapport and establish relationships by attending an Malay class.
  • Government agencies and non-governmental agency delegates operating in Malay-speaking territories who need to be able to communicate at all levels.
  • This business course is designed for those who have no knowledge of Malay to little or no knowledge of Malay at all.
  • All Staff Within An Organisation

  • Managers

  • Team Leaders

  • Executives

  • Assistants

  • Officers

  • Secretaries

Group Size For This Business Malay Training Program

The ideal group size for this Business Malay course is:

  • Minimum: 5 Participants

  • Maximum: 15 Participants

Course Duration For This Business Malay Skills Course

The duration of this Business Malay workshop is 1 full day. Knowles Training Institute will also be able to contextualised this workshop according to different durations; 2 full days, 1 day, half day, 90 minutes and 60 minutes.

  • 1 Full Day

  • 9 a.m to 5 p.m

Business Malay Course Benefits

Below is the list of course benefits of our Business Malay course

  • Being fluent in business Malay will you an advantage over non Malay speaking candidates in job interviews that requires you to speak Malay. These opportunities exist in all Malay speaking organisations and departments which range from marketing through procurement. A lot of organisations require employees to speaking Malay either as a first or second language.
  • With globalisation, the need for business professionals who can communicate in Malay is growing.
  • Corporate professionals who learn a foreign language such as Malay demand a higher salary as compared to those who do not speak Malay. A major, recruitment business stated that knowing a foreign language, such as Malay, can add between 10% to 15% of one’s salary.
  • Being able to speak a foreign language like Malay does not restrict you in going overseas to do business given that you know the language (Business Malay) of the country (Malay) you are heading to well. Little companies need multilingual employees, that can speak Malay, who can help them search new business opportunities in foreign Malay speaking countries.
  • You don’t need to be fluent in Malay and sometimes merely being proficient in Malay is enough as businesses want to hire translators to take care of their Malay communications. However, they still require experienced managers and representatives to meet and greet their clients in business Malay and operate as the Malay speaking face of the organisation in international markets.
  • Having the ability to speak Malay allows you to relate to different Malay speaking cultural groups in a personal manner. Talking to anyone in their language, in this case, Malay breaks down barriers and enable them to feel more comfortable and trusting. This type of relationship is necessary for a business setting. Knowing your client’s native language, in this case, Malay will elevate their professional and business relationship which can lead to more significant business results.
  • Many would argue that knowing Malay is becoming a progressively vital and necessary skill for anyone who wants to keep up with today’s fast-growing economy. As more individuals understand the value of learning business Malay, those who do not speak Malay will begin to get left behind in the transformation towards a more Malay speaking multicultural community.
  • Acquiring a second language, such as business Malay develops your memory and improves your attention span. The process of becoming bilingual, in this case learning business Malay, sharpens your brain, challenges you to focus and boosts your problem-solving skills. So start learning Business Malay today!
  • Confidence grows when a new skill is mastered, and learning a foreign language such as business Malay is no different. It builds your self-confidence. To study business Malay, conversations with native and fluent Malay speakers are required. If you’re bashful but want to meet new people, using the excuse that you want to practice your Malay speaking skills is a great opener and a doorway to making new acquaintance, extending your horizons and expanding your life experiences.
  • Another reason why learning business Malay is beneficial is that you quickly and efficiently set yourself apart from anyone else in the workplace, where having employees whose first language isn’t Malay is common.

Business Malay Course Objective

Below is the list of course objectives of our Business Malay course

  • Learn to speak Malay with confidence.
  • Communicate with confidence when visiting Malay-speaking nations or when interacting or socialising with Malay speakers.
  • Express goodwill and promote international Malay communication at both a professional and personal level.
  • Establish rapport and establish relationships with Malay-speaking associates, clients and employees through a displaying interest in the Malay language and culture.
  • Evaluate your current proficiency level in business Malay.
  • Present and talk about information about yourself in business Malay in a discussion forum.
  • Develop your business Malay networking skills.
  • Write short business Malay emails with appropriate formatting.
  • Recognise and produce formal and informal business Malay in emails.
  • Develop business Malay vocabulary related to jobs and companies.
  • Arrange a meeting through email and by telephone using business Malay.
  • State expectations and protocols related to on-site meetings and teleconferences in business Malay.
  • State phone numbers, dates, currencies and sales figure accurately in business Malay.
  • Write a proposal with an appropriate organisation and vocabulary in business Malay.
  • Negotiate strategically in formal and informal settings in business Malay.
  • Identify and resolve customer issues after negotiation has taken place in business Malay.
  • Evaluate and compare the services and features of two venues in business Malay.
  • Plan a business event using negotiation skills in business Malay.
  • Write an announcement for a business event in business Malay.
  • Present information in an organised and engaging way in business Malay.
  • Share data in charts and graphs business Malay.
  • Use effective business Malay in a presentation.
  • Use appropriate business Malay vocabulary to write a mini business plan.
  • Communicate a business plan orally in an organised and engaging presentation in business Malay.
  • Develop eloquence and accuracy in the Malay language in a professional business setting or situation.
  • Grow and increase existing business Malay vocabulary.
  • Develop business Malay vocabulary, grammar and other Malay expressions necessary to become proficient and productive at speaking Business Malay in the workplace.
  • Develop business Malay used in reports, emails, meeting minutes and business Malay presentations.

Course Content For This Business Malay Training Course

Below is the list of course content of our Business Malay training course

  • Real World Scenarios: Practice Malay business skills for meetings, conference calls, presentations and job interviews in the Malay-speaking workplace with specialised writing exercises and in-class roleplays.
  • Malay culture 101
  • Speaking fluent Malay
  • Malay listening skills
  • Malay pronunciation 101
  • Mastering the accent
  • Business Telephone skills in Malay
  • Profession-specific Malay terminology
  • Building professional and personal relationships in Malay
  • Negotiation skills in Malay
  • Business Malay Phone Conversation
  • Introducing Yourself in Malay
  • Keeping a Conversation Going in Malay
  • Leaving a Conversation in Malay
  • Business Cards Conversation in Malay
  • Social Networking 101 in Malay
  • Describing Your Job in Malay
  • Describing a Company in Malay
  • Company History in Malay
  • Email 101 in in Malay
  • Email Greetings in Malay
  • Email Closings in Malay
  • Writing Effective Opening and Closing Sentences in Email in Malay
  • Beginning and Ending a Telephone Call in Malay
  • Telephoning Arrangements to Meet in Malay
  • Leaving Messages in Malay
  • Text Messages in Arranging to Meet Someone in Malay
  • Initiating and Responding to Meeting Announcements and Invitations in Malay
  • Writing Follow-up and Thank You Emails in Malay
  • Setting Up a Meeting in Malay
  • Writing an Email Announcing a Meeting in Malay
  • Improving a Meeting Announcement Email in Malay
  • Directing People’s Attention in Malay
  • Describing Consumer Behavior in Malay
  • Monetary Amounts in Malay
  • The Language Of Writing Minutes in Malay
  • Creating a Proposal in Malay
  • Brainstorming in Malay
  • Organization of Written Proposals in Malay
  • The Language of Proposals in Malay
  • Improving a Written Proposal in Malay
  • Writing A Proposal in Malay
  • Deciding on Locations in Malay
  • Comparing Services in Malay
  • Comparing Venues in Malay
  • Making Decisions in Malay
  • Communicating Decisions in Malay
  • Introduction to Negotiating Effectively in Malay
  • Negotiation Strategies in Malay
  • Phone Call in Malay
  • Successful Negotiation in Malay
  • Cultural Differences in Negotiation in Malay
  • Making a Proposal in Malay
  • Details of a Proposal in Malay
  • Negotiation Guidelines in Malay
  • Persuasion Skills in Malay
  • Guidelines and Language Negotiating by Email in Malay
  • Being Clear in Negotiations by Email in Malay
  • The Art of Persuasion in Malay
  • Handling Problems in Malay
  • Describing Problems in Malay
  • Language and Guidelines for Describing a Problem in Malay
  • Introduction to Dealing with Problems in Malay
  • Guidelines and Language for Identifying and Initial Response to Problem in Malay
  • Interview with Holly Reynolds about Customer Service in Malay
  • Responding to a Customer Problem Example in Malay
  • Language for Resolving Problems in Malay
  • Following Up on a Problem in Malay
  • Planning Events in Malay
  • Organizing An Event in Malay
  • Planning Meetings in Malay
  • Organizing An Event in Malay
  • Making A To-Do List in Malay
  • Writing a Formal Event Announcement in Malay
  • The Language of Conferences in Malay
  • Presentation Guidelines in Malay
  • Introduction to Persuasive Language in Malay
  • Persuasive Language Advice in Malay
  • Describing a Product or Service in Malay
  • Example of Networking Introductions in Malay
  • Describing Services in Malay
  • Comparing Services in Malay
  • Business Plans in Malay
  • Marketing Ideas in Malay
  • Financial Information in Malay
  • Reporting Information in Malay
  • Expressing Dollars and Cents in Malay
  • Describing Data in Malay
  • Referring to Data and Visuals in Malay
  • Introduce and Explain Relevance of Visuals in Malay
  • Challenges in Visual Descriptions in Malay
  • Using Large Numbers in Malay
  • Introduction to Trends in Malay
  • Writing Your First Draft of a Mini Business Plan in Malay
  • Organization of Written Proposals in Malay
  • Language of Proposals in Malay
  • Improving Proposals in Malay
  • Introduction to Persuasive Language in Malay
  • Short Pitch and Rough Presentation in Malay
  • A Bad Presentation and a Good Presentation in Malay
  • What Makes a Good Presentation in Malay
  • Transitions and Conclusions in Malay

Business Malay Value Added Materials

Each participant will receive the following materials for the Business Malay course

Business Malay Learner’s Guide

Business Malay Key Takeaways Notes

Business Malay Essentials Ebook

Business Malay Course Handouts

Business Malay 30-Day Action Plan

Business Malay MindMaps Pack

Business Malay PPT Slides Used During Course

Business Malay Long-Term Memory Flashcards Pack

Business Malay E-Learning Course

Business Malay Online Video Course

Business Malay Essentials Audiobook

Business Malay Infographics Pack

Business Malay Certification

Each course participant will receive a certification of training completion

Course Fees

There are 3 pricing options available for this Business Malay training course. Course participants not in Singapore may choose to sign up for our online Business Malay training course.

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      • Post-Training Support: A vast majority of training does not have any effect beyond 120 days. But to work, training has to have a strong pre- and post-training component. Post-training reinforcement consequently helps individuals to recall the understanding and ask questions.

      • Blended Learning: Learning does not occur in the classroom. Virtually everybody prefers distinct ways of learning. Successful learning should have a multi-channel, multi-modal strategy.

      • We Understand The Industry: Similarly, we’ve got a profound comprehension of the business, business design, challenges, strategy and the that our participants are in and have designed the courseware to cater to their professional needs.

      • Course Content: Knowles Training Institute’s material is relevant, of high quality and provide specific learning outputs. As a result, Participants will leave the training course feeling as they have gained a strong understanding and will also be in a position to execute what they have learned sensibly.

      • Course Development — The workshop modules follow a systematic and logical arrangement. Therefore, this structure helps to ensure that the course material allows the facilitators to deliver the course in a logical arrangement. Consider the subjects as building bricks into learning, our facilitators slowly build towards a comprehensive picture of this entire topic.

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