formación de idiomas en la empresa

In times of crisis it is normal for companies to cut costs, but continuous training is essential for motivating employees, even more so if it is a resource they use every day. 

According to the Linkedin Workplace Learning Report study of 2018, 94% of workers would stay longer in a company that invests in training. This value is increasing every year, as people are increasingly turning to companies that are committed to the welfare of their employees. 

Precisely for this reason, not just any training is worthwhile, you cannot train your employees in one language in a homogeneous way, whether it is a need of the company or a benefit for them. Each person has a different learning rhythm, as well as different strengths and weaknesses when it comes to learning a language, which is why the training must be personalised.

The results of receiving language classes are reflected differently than in other disciplines. For example, if your employees receive an project management course, they will be able to apply the knowledge learned in each class in their workplace. However, the results of learning languages are not so immediate, which is why employees must make an effort and be motivated. 

Motivation is one of the most important elements that will determine whether a training course is successful or not. If the contents of a course do not live up to the expectations of the employees or are not adapted to the base from which they start, all the effort invested in organising and contracting the training will have been useless. 

At Classgap for Enterprise we apply a dynamic teaching methodology to ensure that employees enjoy their language classes motivated to meet the objectives of the training.

In addition, through our audit system we are aware of the level of the employees before starting, we organise the training accordingly through individual or group classes to be able to adapt better to each employee. 

What are the benefits of training your employees in languages? 

  • Improved individual and team performance. 
  • Increased employee productivity.
  • Improved communication between employees.
  • A feeling of belonging to the company, employees feel more valued. 
  • Better relationship with clients, greater possibility of success in business. 

We must not forget that learning a language in a business context is not just about vocabulary, grammar and understanding. It is also about knowing the culture of the country, those cultural similarities and above all the differences so as not to make any mistakes when dealing with them. This part is achieved thanks to our native teachers, who know first hand the different contexts that your employees may face. 

What are the most popular language training courses? 

As a priority, all Spanish companies bet on English. Generally, these are companies that are in a process of internationalisation of their company, so they decide to reinforce the English of their employees. Another big demand we find is French, this neighbour is a very attractive country to do business with, so many Spanish companies decide to train their employees in French for business.
Last but not least, we find the German, as a great European power and a business nerve centre, Spanish companies are giving more and more importance to maintaining a closer and more personal business relationship with the clients of this country. 

Do you want to start with the training of your employees? Contact us!