In the light of global expansion in the corporate space, it is becoming essential to know one or more than one foreign language. A firm may choose to increase its footprints on the world map or may be facing a foreign customer base. In such events, it greatly helps employees if they have an additional language skill.More and more job advertisements are now specifying that they want second, third, and even fourth languages in some cases, and knowing more than one language opens up your prospects in a highly important way. Furthermore, as more and more companies begin to trade internationally, people are frequently beginning jobs for which they need no language skills, but then being asked to relocate abroad, or offered a promotion that requires language skills. Therefore, it helps with career enhancement. Some people refute this claim by saying that there are plenty of other jobs available, but this is simply not the case anymore with the global recession and more countries being international.
Language proficiency upkeeps executives to progress in their careers and assists multinational organizations speed up overseas expansion.Research indicates that 70 percent of employees sense more confidence in their dealings and interaction with teams, partners, and vendors upon successfully completing language training. The confidence and improved productivity these people experience directly lead to promotions and upward movement within the organization or in new job opportunities.
We offer need-based corporate training in foreign languages because we understand the demands of a globalized world. Language Courses can be organized in a specialized manner to suit each company’s needs or to cater to smaller groups of students.