Join the fun with small group classes led by English-speaking Chinese teachers from Australia using our Accelerated Learning techniques.
If you are located in Japan (Tokyo, Osaka, Nagoya etc) or Korea (Seoul, Busan, Incheon etc) with little knowledge of the native language and you like to learn Chinese then Chinese classes conducted with an English speaking teacher is probably your best option.
Alternatively, even if you are Japanese or Korean but would like to learn Chinese Mandarin or Cantonese in an English speaking classroom with an established and popular methodology of Accelerated Learning then we are your best option.
Our online Zoom classes gives you the flexibility to attend different classes each week, if necessary. We teach both written and spoken Chinese Mandarin and conversational Cantonese.
These timetables are for our live public Zoom classes. Average class size is usually around 10 people.
For Beginners Mandarin Level 1 classes, each session is 11/2 hours - giving a total of 15 hours per Level (for Beginners classes). For all other Levels and Cantonese, class duration is 2 hours - a total of 20 hours of classes per Term.
All of our Chinese (Mandarin or Cantonese) classes are held once per week for 10 weeks. Our students will complete one Level of classes per Term. We have a total of 4 Terms per year which means you can study up to 4 Levels in one year!
Academic Calendar for Adults - 2021
Term 1: 25 Jan - 4 Apr
Term 2: 19 Apr - 27 Jun
Term 3: 19 July - 26 Sept
Term 4: 11 Oct - 19 Dec
Go here for the Course Syllabus of all our Chinese Classes
Don’t get stressed with one-on-one classes - join a group class and have some fun instead.
Don’t pay for private classes - it’s cheaper with Zoom classes and more enjoyable.
The new Term 4 starts from the week beginning of 11th October 2021.
Ask him about our FREE INTRODUCTORY LESSON if you are not located in Australia!
My classes with the ACCS have been a sheer joy. My teacher, Harvey, is approachable, professional, expert and unfailingly patient. His explanations are clear and meticulous, yet also humorous. The teaching and learning process is systematic, yet relaxed and varied. I particularly like the pictures that the ACCS provides to help students see and learn the characters as part of a story. We are beginning to read and remember hundreds of characters that only a few weeks before were incomprehensible to us. Starting to learn Chinese has so far been a happy adventure for me. I would like to thank both Harvey and the ACCS for their attention to detail and passion for teaching Mandarin.