What kind of language training is offered in your company? 1 hour a week of individual lessons with a teacher? Telephone lessons? E-learning?
How many of you have taken English classes where you talked about your weekend or about a magazine article, or did some grammar exercises, and realised that after a while you were no longer making progress?
Training budgets and CPF funds are limited. Your language training needs to be efficient and actually help you do your job better.
As a small English organisme de formation, the biggest demand I have is for one-on-one training using the CPF, which, because of budget restrictions, is getting harder and harder to offer.
s this really the most efficient use of training budget anyway? How much progress can you really make like this and will it improve your ability to do your job?
The answer is, it depends…
English is vital for so many people in their work today. Often the people affected are those who have not used English in their work in the past, or who don’t have a particularly high level, which means they struggle in conference calls.
Don't waste your CPF budget: you can choose your own training now, make sure it's the right training for you.
Do you worry that your English is not good enough and you are going to make mistakes in your presentations?
Let me tell you 2 things:
Now let me tell you how to make sure your mistakes are not important:â
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