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Telelangue

Posted by answerEN On October - 26 - 2011

Telelangue is a global provider of language services and a pioneer in corporate language learning.Telelangue
Jean Michel Dubedout, who was only 24 at the time, founded the company in 1981. In the same year, their first innovative teaching concept was introduced to the market: telephone classes. This was only the first step on their way to a completely new approach to improving language learning in terms of efficiency and effectiveness. In the following years, the company continued to engineer innovative concepts.
Today, Telelangue’s clients are not only able to participate in telephone courses; there are many new ways for them to learn a language as well, such as Blended Learning, virtual classrooms, e-learning and face to face lessons in 18 different languages. This enormous development can be attributed to their employees.  Telelangue employs people who all share something in common: a passion for languages. The Research and Development Department constantly looks for new innovative solutions to improve their customer’s learning success.
Furthermore, Telelangue attaches great importance to their clients; pleasing their customers is the ultimate goal. Clients benefit from the company’s teaching model: they can learn anywhere, at any time. Training can be done from their home, at their workplace or even on a plane.  Training is also available at any time since Telelangue employs teachers in all different time zones. Furthermore, diverse training solutions as well as customized programs ensure that every individual can achieve his full potential. Each student receives a language training system that is adapted to his needs.

Throughout the entire learning process customers are supported and looked after. It is made certain that everything runs smoothly.
Telelangue’s product, CyberTeachers®, is currently the most innovative offer on the market, a unique and highly customized online platform for business language learning. In 2009, it was awarded the Hermes Innovation Award. CyberTeachers is accessible from anywhere in the world, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The program customizes every single lesson to each individual’s needs. This is how learning success is optimized and excellent results are met.
Telelangue has not only developed many new products over the years, but they have also entered different geographical markets. Today, the company is present all over the world; it holds forty centers in five continents. Their team consists of more than 1,000 employees of different nationalities, including 800 qualified teachers, 200 customer support professionals, and more than 50 specialists on learning and development. Together they make sure that their language training projects are successful in order to satisfy their customers. Telelangue prides itself on having satisfied one million students in over 15,000 companies all over the world. The company has worked with many large global enterprises such as Deloitte, Ernst and Young and General Electric.

Target group: Operates mainly in the B2B market and in higher educational services

Languages: English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Dutch and another 18 languages.

Presence: Telelangue (and Worldspeaking Group) are present in Europe, Asia, America and Africa

Estimated turnover: $40 Million

Nationality: French origin, lead by its founders

Advantages: Innovative solution with flexible teaching methods, available 24/7, customization to each individual needs.

Website: http://www.telelangue.com/

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