Including training consulting
As you know, in our globalized world only those who master the language of their business partners and understand their culture succeed. Berlitz therefore offers your company a very special service. You simply tell us what language goals you and your employees wish to achieve. And we'll take care of the rest: skilfully, efficiently and successfully.
A personal needs analysis will first be carried out by our company advisors. Language goals, training content and budget are then based on this analysis.
Once your goals have been defined, a specially-trained team at the relevant Berlitz centre will take care of your employees, assessing them in order to place each one of them in the correct Berlitz level. An oral assessment will test aspects such as vocabulary, fluency, expression and grammar. Written or online assessments are also possible on request.
Using the needs analysis, we will produce a detailed training concept for you with detailed information, including the starting level, scope of training, frequency, teaching content and training goals.
Integration of specialist terminology
Every company has its own specialist terminology. This will of course be integrated into all our training if you wish.
You will receive full transparency relating to all the teaching units covered and the costs incurred at all times. Continually updated attendance reports and a final evaluation report for each participant are a matter of course for us - on request and at the end of a teaching unit.
Monitoring learning progress
To give all participants the opportunity to check what they have learned, we offer them a language test on completion of the training course. On request, we also offer other international tests, e.g. TOEFL, TOEIC, etc.
Every participant has the opportunity to give feedback at the end of a learning segment. The content of the feedback forms can be tailored to your company's requirements, upon request.
At the end of the programme, every student receives a certificate detailing the course that they have completed, the grade that they have achieved and their spoken performance during the course.