For professional purposes, general language skills are no longer enough: Required foreign language skills vary greatly depending on the industry, position or company. With app4client™, KERN AG Training offers an app that is easy to use in everyday life and lets you learn anywhere.
It is easy to understand that a tourist does not need the same foreign language skills as the product manager for a mechanical engineer, who has to negotiate with foreign environmental authorities on the construction of a plant on the edge of a nature reserve. It is even more difficult to imagine the demands on the manager when he then has to ensure that his employees, brought together from all corners of the globe, always have the exact foreign language skills required for carrying out their respective tasks.
KERN Training is using modern course materials including exercises at all levels in a digital format in an app. Customers benefit from access to their exercises on the move. The app is also designed to be very interactive.
Do you want to learn a foreign language free from traditional courses and fixed deadlines, consolidate your knowledge, or simply invest more time in language training? Are you looking for a user-friendly language learning software? We can offer you a flexible option! With the e-learning solution KERN Lingo™, you can manage your learning time yourself. With this application-specific training, we guarantee you great training efficiency and lots of fun while learning.
Live learning on the Internet, flexibly, effectively and interactively – in the office or on the go: KERN Virtual™ is the key to acquiring the degree of foreign language proficiency you want. Learn a language with your language coach – alone or together as a group and improve your passive and active language skills in the lessons.
In many active international companies, using the special know-how and specific skills of employees from a foreign sister company on site in Germany, has long since become standard.
As a result of Brexit, several thousand bankers from Great Britain are expected to settle in Frankfurt in the future. Their language of business is often English, the German they need is generally to equip them to deal with day-to-day living.
If specialized employees and managers take on new international functions, or if they need to quickly prepare for a special foreign language assignment, not only are language skills required, but also appropriate communication techniques which allow them to be convincing in a foreign language.