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Private English Training Options for Landscaping Employees

Private English training can encompass a wide range of topics, and can remain as private as needed with small-group English classes for private companies or can be open format. Whether it is online English training that is best for your employees or you would prefer us to come to you with our on-site private English classes- we have solutions for all your language training needs. For blue collar businesses, on-site English training allows your employees to take a hands-on approach to learning English, in a hands-on industry like landscaping. Industry specific English courses provide the tools necessary to communicate and fulfill duties better because the syllabus is tailored to vocabulary, and real-life situations that will occur while on the job. Our unique people centered, business focused approach to training your employees puts your business decision-makers in the drivers seat. By centering your real employees- before formulating a syllabus- we meet your people where they are at... never going too fast and assessing their levels along the way to ensure they get where you need them to be. Providing employers with the opportunity to offer 100% customizable English classes allows us to remain focused on your specific business needs, and your decision makers are able to get the most value out of private English training for employees. So what are some of your options as a landscaping company? 
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3 More Industries That Need English Training in Texas

English training as a benefit through employment is a current trend that is here to stay- in the United States and abroad. When specifically looking at Texas, immigration is crucial to the success of its' economy. The Texan workforce contributes an estimated $119 billion to the states' economic output, and is responsible for allowing the state to make a total profit of $420 million from immigrant labor. With 1 in 6 residents being of foreign nationality, they are the people who are responsible for the rapid economic growth Texas has experienced in the last 30 years. With so much growth for the state from immigrant labor, it would be logical to assume that there are plenty of resources for non-English speakers to find employment and learn English with assistance to make that happen. Immigrants make up nearly a quarter of Texas' workforce without whom the state's economy would collapse. So why doesn't Texas have more resources for these essential workers? What are these resources and which industries can benefit most in Texas?
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