Verena Aschauer

Verena Aschauer is a certified trainer in adult education and DAF/DAZ trainer. The Salzburg native studied business administration at the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration and completed the Bank Austria trainee programme.

There she was involved in setting up the “Service Center for Diplomatic Missions and International Organisations”, where she looked after foreign-language clients. For several years she worked in public relations at Bank Austria as an event manager.

She holds a Master of Advanced Studies in Public Relations from the University of Vienna and has been managing director of a limited liability company for several years. Her commercial training and many years of professional experience qualify Verena Aschauer to lead language courses with a focus on communication and career development.


Why did I become a language trainer?

Learning was always easy for me and is still a lot of fun. Since school I have been doing homework with other children, supporting them in their learning and giving them a lot of extra tuition during my studies. So I thought: “Why don’t you turn this passion into a profession?”

What motivates me and drives me in my profession?

It motivates me when I can awaken the fun of learning in others and share their joy in learning with them.

What do I like to teach best?

I prefer to teach German for beginners and slightly advanced learners. Regardless of the language level, I like to build in communication topics from the beginning. Due to my many years of professional experience in banking and the private sector, everything related to communication and appearance at work, business German and business correspondence is my hobby.

Why do I work with CL: CasaLinguae?

I work with CasaLinguae because I can be part of a great team, can choose my courses freely and have a free hand in designing my lessons.

Why should you choose CasaLinguae?

CasaLinguae’s trainers are professionals and design their courses individually according to the needs of the participants. There is no “F” scheme according to which the lessons are taught.