Elementary and Post-Elementary Dutch

Dutch Language Training

Most of the Dutch & Such language courses are online. We use Google Classroom for sharing assignments. For the live online sessions with my instruction, and questions from the class, we use Google Meet. Occasionally we run courses on location at Badlaan 16, Amstelveen. Join us in September 2023 on Wednesdays for an Elementary Dutch course in our classroom.

Before the course, you will receive a link allowing you to log on to the sessions in Meet and the assignments in Google Classroom.

If you’d like to sign up for one of my Dutch courses please hit the Join Now button at the top of this page. I look forward to meeting you! Tot ziens!

Elementary Dutch Course

‘Lekker!’ ‘Leuk!’ ‘Gezellig!‘ Since you arrived in the Netherlands you have heard these words many times, but what do they actually mean? And what is it about life in the Netherlands that makes it so incredibly ‘Leuk’, ‘Lekker’ and ‘Gezellig’? You need a Dutch survival kit.

In this program, we’ll be working on the basics of the language. Daily Dutch is our main focus. In a café, At the market, In a restaurant and At the doctor’s are just a few examples of themes we work on at this stage. Sound like fun? Or ‘leuk’, as we say. Click here for an impression of what we learn at the elementary level.

Online Elementary Dutch Course on Mondays

Starting date:15 January 2024
Cost:€ 425.- (excluding book)
Course dates:15, 22, 29 January
5, 12, 26 February
4, 11, 18, 25 March
Duration:10 weeks
Class times:18:00-19:30
Course Book: Nederlands in Gang

Online Elementary Dutch Course on Tuesdays

Starting date:16 January 2024
Cost:€ 425.- (excluding book)
Course dates:16, 23, 30 January
6, 13, 27 February
5, 12, 19, 26 March
Duration:10 weeks
Class times:9:00-10:30
Course Book: Nederlands in Gang

Online Post-Elementary Dutch Course on Thursdays

Starting:18 January 2024
Cost:€ 425.- (excluding book)
Duration:10 weeks
Course dates:18, 25 January
1, 8, 15, 29 February
7, 14, 21, 28 March
Class times:18:00-19:30
Course Book: Nederlands in Gang

You have the basics of Dutch and now you’re ready to move it on to the next level and gain confidence using the language. In this program, you will consolidate the basics you have learned so far. Daily Dutch is still at the heart of the vocabulary we learn.

In the Post-Elementary Dutch course, you will learn to use the past tense and move on to constructing more complex sentences. Conversational Dutch is still our main focus. You will be talking about your work, general interests, travel, food, and more. Sound like fun? Then join us!

In-person Post-Elementary Dutch Course on Wednesdays

Starting date:17 January 2024
Cost:€ 425.- (excluding book)
Course dates:17, 24, 31 January
7, 14, 28 February
6, 13, 20, 27 March
Duration:10 weeks
Class times:16:30-17:00
Course Book: Nederlands in Gang

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Feel free to preview and order the book Nederlands in Gang on BOL.com.


To do a self-assessment please find the link to the checklist at the bottom of my homepage or simply click here. Read through the descriptions and fill in the self-assessment checklist to get a good idea of your level of Dutch. If you have specific questions about your level please drop me a line by using the contact form.


If you would like to join a course then please fill in the registration form.


For details concerning payment or a quotation please fill out the contact form.

You can pay by internet banking, iDeal, credit or debit card.

If you have any questions please feel free to call me:

Nick Walker: +31 (0)6 – 42272974

Further details

There is a minimum of 4 applicants for the course to be viable. You will be informed if the course does not go ahead. If so, then naturally you will be offered a different course or a refund.


The general rule for homework during your language course is as follows:

for each individual class, you need to factor in the same amount of time for the homework.

Say, for instance, you have a 90-minute class once a week, then the time you should spend on the homework should be 90 minutes as well. Before you start doing your homework it is important to time yourself. Cap your homework time at that 90-minute mark. Don’t worry if you haven’t finished.

Bear in mind it is more productive to do your homework in three half-hour sessions spread out through the week, than in one 90-minute session. The secret to learning is routine.