Top 6 reasons to learn a new language
A monolingual English-speaking physician wishes to practice in Quebec and settle there with her family.
To obtain her Quebec medical permit, she must pass the French language proficiency exam of the Office québécois de la langue française (OQLF), required by the Collège des médecins du Québec (CMQ).
Consequently, she undertook a semi-intensive private French course at LNM for a little over a year.
Not only did she successfully pass the OQLF exam, but it convinced her to enrol her children in public school in French.
A French multinational company based in Quebec realizes that its unilingual Hispanic-American skilled workers are not autonomous enough in the performance of their daily work, creating friction with local workers.
The management team opted for a dual training program: teaching French to foreign workers, while teaching Spanish to local supervisors.
Exchanges are now more productive through understanding each other's language and cultural codes.
Sterna, a company that recruits qualified foreign workers, wants to take advantage of the time required to obtain work visas for potential candidates to prepare for their arrival in Canada.
Candidates living in Mexico and Colombia take a weekly online French or English course.
The basic understanding of French or English by workers recruited for Sterna's clients in Quebec and Ontario makes them stand out from the crowd.
Président-fondateur chez Sterna.
Grâce à Langues Nouveau Monde, nos travailleurs du Mexique et de la Colombie parlent français.