Marinus Dijkhuizen will meet with his Brentford coaching staff today for an all-day discussion over taking the club forward.
The Bees appointed the Dutchman last week with Roy Hendriksen named as his assistant.
And the pair will meet the rest of the support staff such as goalkeeping coach Simon Royce to outline their plans for the upcoming season.
Dijkhuizen said: “We have an all-day seminar with the staff today so I'll meet them then. We'll discuss the squad.
“It's important to meet the staff. We need to get to know each other. I'll need to learn English football as it's different to the Netherlands.
“It's hard watching games on your laptop. It's good to bring the players in and give them chances. It's a good start I think.”
The new Bees head coach was keen to bring his own number two and he believes he and Hendriksen, who he played with at Cambuur, can form a strong partnership.
The Bees head coach added: “I wanted my own assistant. I played with him at Cambuur for three years. He's a different person from me. He's an extrovert.”
Dijkhuizen will need to learn the Championship having spent the bulk of his career in Holland and he will be studying the division during the pre-season campaign ahead of August's big kick-off.
He added: “I'll get used to it in pre-season. I have a clear vision and everyone will get a chance.
“I'll have to prepare the players for it. We've got seven games in August and it's difficult. We'll discuss it with the medical team.”