Berlitz will be there at the Moovijob Tour DeLux fair on Friday at LuxCongrès. At this occasion, we asked Philippe Salomon, Director of Berlitz, for more information about this global education company based in 70 countries.
P.S. : Berlitz is a global leadership training and education company with a comprehensive portfolio for building communications skills development, global leadership training and customized dynamic solutions for cultural competency, available via multiple delivery platforms. More than 600 Berlitz Language Centers have been giving language tuition worldwide for more than 135 years, utilizing Native Speakers working with the proven “Berlitz Method”. Our Berlitz Language Center in Luxembourg is looking for Freelance Teachers with lively outgoing personalities to join our friendly and professional team. Full training will be provided so previous experience is not essential, although it would be an advantage.
Moovijob : Who are your training courses designed for?
P.S. : Berlitz Luxembourg offers training programs aimed at those who wish to learn a new language or brush up existing language skills in a short period of time. These include individual training, group training, e-learning (online self-study, by telephone or via Adobe Connect). Berlitz offers certified training solutions on all levels from A1 to C2 and for all budgets.
Moovijob : What is your opinion about today’s strategic role of business and language trainings in Luxembourg and the Greater region?
P.S. : One way to stay on top of a rapidly changing market is to implement a business strategy that maximizes the synergies between lifelong learning and workforce productivity. Without appropriate technological support, training programs appear to be less effective. Research has shown that language and business training proves to be an excellent way to achieve quality results in a short timeframe. As companies and organizations adopt technologies to improve the efficiency of day-to-day operations, the use of the internet becomes a necessity. As multinational corporations expand across the globe, the chances of working with people from other countries increases and training all those parties together is an issue that, for example e-learning, successfully addresses.