In an increasingly competitive environment, many companies have realized the extensive benefits of having a bilingual workforce. Unfortunately, pressures of work and reduced staffing levels often make it impossible for employees to attend traditional language programs to learn or improve their French language skills. To overcome this problem and extend the benefits of a second language, we have developed a unique French language training program. Rather than using a generic approach, we focus on customized programs that are based on your personal language requirements and on gaining relevant business terminology that can be immediately applied in the workplace.
Our program for the French training lessons in office is designed for business people who would benefit from learning French as a second language. For beginners, it will be useful to learn greetings and basic business expressions. For Intermediate levels, conversation, reading and writing become more important. Typical students include those involved in dealing with clients where French is spoken and those working with French speaking international colleagues, academia and government. Our native-speaking fully-qualified French teachers are available to meet you at a time and location that suits your schedule. We are located in downtown Toronto and serve clients in the Grand Toronto Area.
For over 20 years, we have been serving the language training needs of major corporations in Ontario, leading finance houses, government agencies and top professional firms including Canadian Bankers Association, Deloitte and Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP, Fujifilm Canada, RBC, Ombudsman Ontario and many more.
Whatever your job, your language, or your skill level, we can customize a program for you to ensure that you make maximum progress in the shortest possible time.
On Site Languages have been awarded by the Provincial government.
President and CEO - On Site Languages
Linkedin: Pierre Gilbert
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