Do you need a program 100% tailored to your needs?

This course is a general STANAG 6001 preparation course (with all the 4 skills covered) or special focus on a specific skill (e.g. only speaking or only productive skills – speaking&writing). It’s up to you. 🙂


How does it work?
  • STANAG 6001 Level 2, 3 & 4* available 
  • Classes take place on Zoom or Skype
  • The curriculum created according to STANAG 6001 requirements
  • Learning grammar and vocabulary in context as well as exam language functions
  • Writing tasks are uploaded and marked on Google Classroom platform (you will receive the link to access it)
  • Speaking exam practice (briefings, speculations, discussions)
  • Monthly mock exams (4 skills)
  • Materials used: teacher’s own materials, Campaign, Flash on the Armed Forces, past exams, Destination B2 and English Grammar in Use
If a student decides to prepare for the Cambridge exam (B2 or C1) instead of STANAG 6001, I easily adapt to the new path.

This offer is a perfect fit for soldiers who are currently deployed. I’ve had classes with students who were connecting from Afghanistan, Iraq and Mali. The distance or time zone are not obstacles.

Individual Online
Classes (2023)

38 / session
  • 60-minute classes and writing + audio feedback
  • Monthly payment in advance (first week of a month)
  • Morning / afternoon timetable
  • Based on Stanag Requirements

                                           EVALUATION CLASS:

If you are not sure what your current level is and what STANAG / SLP / JFLT level you should aim at – book an evaluation class. 

It’s a 90-minute session which focuses on testing your exam skills. After the session you will also receive a PDF with feedback, recommendations and improvement areas and ways of working with me or how to self study.

Evaluation class – €55

In order to book it – send me an email at and briefly describe your situation (exam date, your goal, past exam experience). 

What my students say about me:

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