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Effective Practices in Workplace Language Training

By: Friedenberg, Kennedy, Lomperis, Martin, Westerfield


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Description: This book is a valuable resource for workplace language training providers as well as corporations and organizations wishing to employ such providers' services. It serves as a guide to promote quality and accountability among providers. This book also offers insights that enable providers and client organizations to develop realistic expectations for their workplace language training programs. The practices outlined in this text are illustrated with useful case studies drawn from successful English Language training situations.

 

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Publisher: TESOL Press
Number of Pages: 108
Date Published: 1/1/2013
ISBN: 9781931185714
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