Let’s face it, for many of us, we have not seen most of our colleagues face-to-face for a while. Perhaps some of your team are struggling with the isolation that working from home can bring. Maybe you would like to bring your team together more frequently but outside a work environment. Have you considered online language classes?
It’s nearly Christmas! Yay!! There are many varied ways we celebrate Christmas around the world. For many of us, we mark the celebration by decorating our houses and Christmas trees and eating a feast of festive goodies. We also perform nativity plays, go to church, get together with family and friends and give and receive gifts. Interestingly, things can be slightly different depending on where you are from.
There are many benefits to providing English Communication Skills training for staff where English is not their first language. We have worked with many companies over the years especially with Production, Warehouse, Distribution and Hospitality staff. We have seen that where the level of English is quite low it can lead to problems such as poor communication, misunderstandings, low confidence and mistakes being made.
Here at CLT Ltd we put a lot of time into preparing your bespoke language courses. In fact, the time from your initial enquiry to starting your first lesson is where 80% of our work happens.
For many of us, lockdown has brought unsettled times. Our lives have changed immeasurably and this is likely to continue in some form or another for a long time. Some of us are busy with work, looking after children and shopping and caring for family members. However, there are others who have suddenly found themselves unemployed, furloughed or very quiet at work due to reduced output in many UK industries.
If you want to start learning a language for business reasons then you should read about our 5 benefits of Online Language Training.
There are many benefits to providing English training to your British and foreign staff. In these uncertain times, English Training could become a key focus for many HR and L&D teams. Employees are at the heart of our businesses and we must work hard to retain them.
An idiom is a group of words that, when translated literally are a load of nonsense. For example “hold your horses” or “head in the clouds” but they are used frequently by English speakers….to the confusion of those trying to learn the language.
By embarking on a Business Italian course with Commercial Language Training, Leonardo employees hoped to improve all aspects of work-related communication.
When The Ivy Collection came to us for support with their ambitious “Improving English Communication Skills for Hospitality” project we jumped at the chance to help.