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    Becoming fluent in English through e-learning

    Multilingua Language Centre has been operating for over 25 years and during that time we have become the largest language teaching school in Estonia. We organise language training both at Estonia and abroad. In addition to teaching 20 foreign languages and language counselling, we are developing into a competence centre, where we also provide training for educators and company teams.

    Over the past few years, when the pandemic has affected the work rhythms of many companies, Multilingua has developed a so-called new normal for language lessons to be conducted in distance learning, enabling to acquire a foreign language in a virtual classroom. The advantage of this is that in one language lesson, learners who are not in one city, country or time zone can still learn together. Language learning opportunities are also offered in a hybrid classroom, which means that some learners and teacher are physically on site, while others are integrated remotely via an online platform.

    Thus, one of the biggest challenges facing  Multilingua in the near future is to educate both teachers and learners with the latest solutions in technology, so that everyone can get the most out of modern language learning opportunities. Therefore, a new position of Director for Digital Education has been created in Multilingua. We also regularly train our teachers and offer them the opportunity to participate in a personal and professional development program.

    This year, the Multilingua Language Centre, with the co-support of the Enterprise Europe Network (EEN), established contacts with the UK company Perfectly Spoken. This is an e-learning environment offering English language courses. Enabling either independent language learning or also ‘combined’ English learning – where the online platform supports and complements the learning materials developed in the classroom with a Multilingua teacher.

    A cooperation agreement between Multilingua and Perfectly Spoken has now been concluded and  we hope for an evolving collaboration to offer our clients even wider opportunities for learning English online, where constantly improved modern learning materials are suitable for both beginners (at A1 level) and to a higher language levels (including C2 language level).

    Hannela Tamagno
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