Interestingly, a recent development in the field of training is recognizing that translating content may not always be necessary or even desired. For someone with English as a second language, there is evidence that education on another subject that uses the target language may actually confer benefits that a traditional language course does not. So if you decide to translate the course, you may be missing out on a “two-for-one” chance – the opportunity to learn a new skill while also practicing English skills.
At SS&C Learning Institute, we have had some very positive feedback from customers deploying our online self-study courses globally who have mentioned that the courses have a side effect of helping employees practice English while simultaneously gaining new skills. They have been pleased to improve language skills and financial business skills at the same time.
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