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More companies are expanding their global footprint every year. This may be due to various reasons, but mainly to outsource their services or expand to new markets. And this global expansion often demands translation services for employee training. Why the importance to invest in translation for learning & development? Creating training materials for new global markets is a must in these areas:

Better communication: The most important reason for companies to translate their training is to be able to educate and instruct employees effectively. Learning in English can be challenge for employees in markets where English is not the first language or employees lack fluency. Translating training content to address language barriers can help global employees learn at a faster pace, better understand what is required of them, and perform better – productivity wins!

Beyond language: Translating training materials is essential to all global organizations. Not only does it ensure that the language barriers are removed, but it also allows the company to learn more about the local culture and traditions of the countries involved.

Expand the business: Translation of training materials to local languages also supports business growth through the possible expansion of the business to new markets where the same language is spoken. This would help to open new opportunities for companies to reach other similar markets at a relatively faster pace.

Are you seeking a more professional and faster way to translate your training? Here’s what TrainingPros offers as part of our translation services -- from evaluation to delivery of a ready-to-use product. Visit our website to learn more about all of TrainingPros’ service offerings.


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