English Language Training
THE LIMITS OF YOUR LANGUAGE ARE THE LIMITS OF YOUR WORLD
English plays an important role in our everyday life. English is the most commonly spoken language in the world. English is the official language of 53 countries and around 400 million people speak English as their first language.
English is the tool to communicate with people from other countries in the globalized world in which we live. It is indisputable that English has become the global language for communication par excellence.
Knowing English increases the chances of getting a good job in a multinational company or of finding work abroad. Students who want to go abroad for education must learn English well. If their command over English is poor, then they may face difficulty in adjusting with the new environment. 80% of information stored on all computers in the world is in English.
On the other hand, speaking English is essential for certain people when traveling whether for business or sightseeing. In these cases, you need to speak English to do shopping, to take a train without getting lost or to ask for the bill at a restaurant.
Knowledge of language is the doorway to wisdom. So, expand your horizon and reach for the limitless possibilities……
Soft Skill Training
Soft skills get little respect but will make or break your career
- Peggy Klaus
While your technical skills may get your foot in the door, your people skills are what open most of the doors to come. Your work ethic, your attitude, your communication skills, your emotional intelligence and a whole host of other personal attributes are the soft skills that are crucial for career success.
With these soft skills you can excel as a leader. Problem solving, delegating, motivating, and team building are all much easier if you have good soft skills. Knowing how to get along with people – and displaying a positive attitude – are crucial for success.
The importance of these soft skills is often undervalued, and there is far less training provided for them than hard skills. For some reason, organizations seem to expect people know how to behave on the job. They tend to assume that everyone knows and understands the importance of being on time, taking initiative, being friendly, and producing high quality work.