Corporate English class can be so much more than having us provide English training for ESL employees. All of our classes- whether it be language training online or onsite business English classes- can be customized to meet all your needs. Whether you have 20 employees who need language training for construction jobs, or 10 office employees who require cross cultural training we can provide solutions for many problems your business might have. And while 2 businesses might have the same problem, they might be in different industries or maybe the employees need a more advanced online English training program than the other. Understanding that learning English is not one-size-fits-all for companies or their employees, we don't have a standardized syllabus for every class. Using a people-centered, business focused approach allows us to deliver real results by centering your employees & meeting them at their level- while remaining focused on your business objectives and goals.Read more
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ESL Classes for Companies On-Site or Online?
ESL classes, or English as a Second Language, can be a useful tool for companies- especially those with foreign-born associates. ESL classes for companies can provide solutions for all your corporate language needs- whether you are expanding your business to new markets overseas, or want to provide your foreign-born employees with industry specific language...Read more
Online English Courses Can Prevent Manufacturing Accidents
Online English courses can prevent manufacturing accidents, especially when included as part of training. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) language barriers are estimated to contribute 25% of job-related accidents. Additional findings placed foreign-born Hispanic workers 69% more likely to experience fatal injuries than native-born Hispanic workers. While OSHA has been known to protect English as a Second Language or ESL speaking manufacturing workers, on-the-job fatalities have not decreased citing in many cases that employers either provided inadequate or failed to provide safety training at all. Workplace injuries, can easily result in lost wages, mounting medical bills and even long-term impairment for your workers. With every injury, the consequences for employers range from extending deadlines, to staffing shortages to potential lawsuits. Online English courses for manufacturing workers can prevent workplace accidents by addressing 3 root problems:Read more
Language Training Online, Time Management & Your Employees
Language training online has a number of varied benefits for companies and their employees. Apart from the obvious benefit of your employees becoming better English speakers, corporate language training online can instill in your employees a number of different language skills that are mutually beneficial, like: leadership training, effective professional communication, employee accent reduction and more. And while there are many companies who can provide language training online to your employees for a good bargain, decision makers will have to ask themselves: at what cost? Most of these programs are self-taught; meaning there won't be an instructor to provide on-the-spot correction. In contrast, all of our online corporate English classes are taught by experts in their industry, who lead class through our LIVE webinar teaching portal. Meaning your employees will receive a top-quality online learning experience; that combines the benefits of having an in-person class with all the conveniences of remote learning. Arguably, the best feature of our unique and highly engaging approach to language training online is the flexibility and control we can offer to your business. Our curriculum is 100% customizable, in that we allow you to omit certain aspects of the curriculum if you don't feel it is relevant for your employees. We can even provide industry specific English training to ensure everything in our courses are meeting your individual business needs.Read more
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