OTTAWA, Ontario, Nov. 29, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- TalktoCanada general manager Marc Anderson today announced the introduction of 1-on-1 personal coaching sessions of business English training that is more precise, and accurately tailored around the needs of the modern global business community.
With additional language modules and staff to service its customers' immediate needs, TalktoCanada is strategically positioned for growth with existing accounts and acquiring new customers with a limited ramp-up time.
"Providing additional training courses and modules via Skype and WebEx will allow us to better support the needs of our growing customer base. We are excited to establish an industry-leading curriculum that sets the bar for next generation in language training. Through TalktoCanada, business professionals seeking to acquire competitive English skills will be able to do so from any part of the world, at their own pace and convenience," says Marc Anderson.
Headquartered in Ottawa, Canada, TalktoCanada is geographically connected to a vast pool of language talent. Each curriculum and training module is designed and conducted by native English speakers who have educational backgrounds in teaching English in emerging markets such as Asia, Europe and Russia.
"When building our language training team, we look for talent equipped in language, business and culture who will be able to understand, not only the grammar and structure, but the tones, styles and cultural elements that are vital in learning a language," says Jillian Zavitz, Programs Manager at TalktoCanada.
Marc Anderson estimates that 80% of TalktoCanada's corporate English training customers primarily come from emerging markets looking to train its work force in business English for foreign assignments or to stay competitively positioned in today's globalized economy.
"English is the language of choice in today's market. As an Internet-based teaching program with a global customer base, we are able to set up classes quickly for new corporate clients. We are able to confirm a class and you can have your first lesson in as little as 24 hours," says Marc Anderson.
Practicing English conversation and learning languages over the Internet has become a recognized educational form with the evolution of voice over IP (VoIP) and video conference software such as Skype and WebEx. The market is growing by double digits year after year.
"Our ability to expand every year in business is not only the result of a healthy market environment, but a reflection of the hard work by our progressive staff and the streamlined operation we have built," says Marc Anderson.
The new course material is part of TalktoCanada's ongoing efforts to create a vibrant and seamless corporate English language training experience. Earlier this year, the company added 7 languages to its website and introduced Spanish and Portuguese services to aid clients in the sign-up process.
TalktoCanada (http://www.talktocanada.com/) was established in 2006 and has trained students from over 80 countries. Corporate clients include Fortune 500 companies such as Ernst & Young, Novartis and Fidelity Investments. TalktoCanada strives to provide best-in-class English training courses accessible to anyone worldwide. Technological development of the digital age has allowed the company to develop English training modules that can be tailored to the specific needs of each student.
For more information or to book a lesson, please visit http://www.talktocanada.com. For media inquiries, please contact Jillian Zavitz at +001 631 619 5112