As well as providing many attractive benefits, training course are a great way to improve the effectiveness of your workforce.
Training makes a company more attractive to potential new recruits who seek to improve their skills and the opportunities associated with those new skills. Without a training strategy in place, you risk alienating the most ambitious candidates.
All courses meet the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) guidelines.
Your employees will receive a certificate from Lengalia upon completion of the course.
We would be delighted to work with you to create a personalized plan for your company.
While taking your Spanish course, Lengalia offers you an online tutor service. Our team offers support on how to use our learning portal and with any technical problems that may arise. It will also help you choose the course that best suits your needs.
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When your employees study with Lengalia, we create statistics that illustrate their learning development. Your employees will be able to see where their strengths and weaknesses are and thus have the opportunity to work on them specifically.
Lengalia's e-learning portal is optimized for mobile devices. When you have some spare time, you can access Lengalia's e-learning portal anywhere, so you can be flexible with your learning.
On request, we can offer you an an online teacher via video conference (Skype).
Combining the advantages of live teaching and online independent study with Lengalia guarantees maximum success!
Lengalia offers Spanish courses at 6 different levels based on the recommendations of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). Students who pass the final test in a course will receive a certificate of proficiency detailing their level of attainment. These certificates are widely accepted throughout the world.
CEFR International Language Standards
Launched in 2001, the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) is a widely accepted standard for describing language ability in Europe and, increasingly, beyond. The CEFR levels have identified three main types of learner – Basic, Independent, and Proficient – each of which is subdivided into two levels, creating a total of six – A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2. The recommendations contained within the CEFR aim to facilitate transparency and comparability in the provision of language education and qualifications across different countries.