We provide our users with well-deserved certificates for one very simple reason – certificates open doors to many job opportunities. We realise not everyone is learning a new language for a job, but since you’re already doing the work, why not get a little extra out if it?
And, at the end of the day, isn’t it nice to have an ace up your sleeve just in case you need it one day?
In the world of today, learning one foreign language is a requirement in most jobs, and not a bonus on your CV like it used to be a few decades ago. Learning a third language is a bonus however, but either way, there are not a lot of employers out there that will just take your word for it when you say you speak a foreign language – they want proof, and we are here to provide you with exactly that.
Certificates can be used in an array of disciplines. Whether you want to work in Gastronomy, Hotel management, Retail, a whole other range of professions, or at any company really, you will most likely need a language certificate. Without one, there aren’t many different lines of work you can involve yourself in – with the world becoming more and more intertwined, there is hardly any job left that doesn’t require you knowing at least one widely spoken language.
Furthermore, since a lot of people already do speak one second language, depending on the job you might want, it may prove to be a bit hard to stand out from the crowd on a job application. That’s why we strongly recommend you taking up a third language – you don’t need to speak it proficiently, although that would be a major bonus, but a basic level of knowledge of another foreign language might just be the cherry on top needed for you to land the job of your dreams.
If you already have a job, learning a new language – and having proof of doing so, could just be the thing that will get you the promotion you’ve been aching for. Whatever it is that you do, numerous papers, if not books, have been written about it in all sorts of different languages. And speaking a foreign language can help keep you up to date with the latest developments in your line of work, which can in turn help you do an even better job than you already do – and your employer knows that, but can’t assume you’ll be able to put in that bit of extra effort if they don’t know you know the language.
Certificates aren’t just pieces of paper that can help you advance professionally. They are official documents that prove without a doubt that all that work you’ve put in, in yourself and your job, was fruitful. It can be a reassurance when you’re feeling low, that once you set a goal in mind, you go ahead and do it.