With the coronavirus shutdown, millions of people have found themselves at home searching for creative ways to use their increased leisure time and focus on something productive and positive.
For a country supposedly unenthusiastic about speaking other languages, a study has found that the British have been turning in numbers to learning a language. One popular language learning app has claimed increased usage of more than 200%, while we have experienced a rise in new enquiries and take up of our online courses. Our client’s remote teams have discovered language learning as a fruitful way to spend time together.
Well, we all know learning a new language is not an easy task even though the benefits of learning a second language are well documented. So if you've made language learning a new hobby over these last few months, I offer you some hints to help you achieve your goal.
"Please thank both our trainers for their professionalism, the group had nothing but wonderful things to say about the delivery of the training."
Group English Lessons
ARUP - London
“I often proof-read our International Magazine for grammar/ typos. Now I will also consider the Global English v Native English impact in the future.”
Exploring How We Work
Computacenter - Hatfield
During the Corona virus disruption, we have expanded our online offering so that your employees can continue to learn while working from home. Our experienced trainers can provide inspiring sessions and webinars live online. These include and are not limited to: virtual classrooms for foreign and English language training, international assignee briefings, country-specific cultural briefings, unconscious bias and virtual culture coaching. Please contact us if you would like to discuss these options on 020 8295 5877.