Join the fun with small group classes led by English-speaking Chinese teachers using our Accelerated Learning techniques.
These timetables are for our public Zoom classes. Average class size is 6 to 8.
Our teachers are all native speakers of Chinese but has the additional advantages of being based in Australia and hence are very fluent in English to explain the intricacies of the Chinese language. In addition, they are all trained in our Accelerated Learning Approach of teaching Chinese.
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 intake. We have a total of 4 intakes per year which means you can study up to 4 Levels in one year!
Once enrolled, our students are welcome to attend any other same Level class if they need to miss their regular class, if such an alternate class is available at a different time of the week or at another location.
In addition, some of our Beginners classes have been videotaped so that students may watch a lesson they have missed on YouTube. This gives our students many alternatives to not miss their Chinese lesson for that week.
Better yet, students are also welome to repeat their Chinese lesson for that week, if they wish, at a different time or location.
Don’t get stressed with one-on-one classes - join a group class instead.
Don’t pay for private classes - it’s cheaper with group classes and more fun.
For more information on pricing and scheduling or enrolments, please email Robert at email@example.com
or chat with him on our ACCS Facebook Page
or WhatsApp him on +614 0152 9920.
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A great way to learn with like minded people - we have a bit of a laugh along the way too. The lesson structures make it enjoyable to learn.