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training course (ˈtreɪnɪŋ kɔːs) 

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noun

  1. a course providing training in a particular field or profession   ⇒  ■ I was sent on an introductory 14-day training course in Majorca.,   ⇒  ■ When she was unemployed, she attended a training course to perfect her keyboard skills.,   ⇒  ■ Some companies offer dubious training courses to would-be EFL teachers.

Translations for 'training course'

  • British English: training course A training course is a series of lessons or lectures teaching the skills that you need for a particular job or activity.ˈtreɪnɪŋ kɔːs NOUN
  • Arabic: دَوْرَةٌ تَدْرِيبِيَّة
  • Brazilian Portuguese: curso de formação profissional
  • Chinese: 培训课程
  • Croatian: obuka
  • Czech: školení
  • Danish: træningskursus
  • Dutch: cursus
  • European Spanish: curso de capacitación
  • Finnish: valmennuskurssi
  • French: stage
  • German: Schulungskurs
  • Greek: εκπαιδευτικό σεμινάριο
  • Italian: corso di formazione
  • Japanese: トレーニングコース
  • Korean: 훈련 과정
  • Norwegian: opplæringskurs
  • Polish: kurs szkoleniowy
  • Portuguese: curso de formação profissional
  • Romanian: curs de pregătire cursuri de pregătire
  • Russian: курс обучения
  • Spanish: curso de capacitación
  • Swedish: kurs
  • Thai: หลักสูตรอบรม
  • Turkish: eğitim kursu
  • Ukrainian: курс тренування
  • Vietnamese: khóa huấn luyện

Example Sentences Including 'training course'

`Do you want the full week's training course or the abbreviated ten-thousand-word lecture?
Malcolm, John The Gwen John Sculpture
They would think she'd been away in one of the regions, or on a training course , which heaven knows she'd needed badly enough.
Penelope Fitzgerald HUMAN VOICES (2003)
I couldn't work out if she was naturally this charming or if she'd learnt it in a training course when they gave her the job.
James Birrell THE MANANA MAN (2002)

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