Language Training FAQ

ALTA Language Training FAQ

Questions About Our Programs

How do your corporate and government programs differ from your individual programs?

While both programs are built around the One-on-One training concept, the differences lie in training goals and reporting. The training goals for individual programs are determined by the individual; for corporate and government programs, by the organization. For corporate and government programs, we provide detailed tracking, progress reports, and testing data (where appropriate).

What programs do you offer?

Custom language programs for individuals, adapted for personal and business needs.

Do you offer group programs?

Yes, we’re happy to create custom group programs for your organization.

Do you offer intensive programs?

Yes. Intensive training is an option available for all of our programs.

What about programs for kids?

We don’t offer training for kids, but our individual programs are well suited for young adults.

Do you sell CDs, books, or other self-teaching materials?

No. All course materials, which may include some self-teaching aids, are provided only as a part of a customized individual training course.


What are the scheduling options?

Each training session usually runs for a minimum of 90 minutes. We usually schedule our sessions during business hours (8:00am EST to 8:00pm EST). However, we may be able to schedule your training outside business hours or on the weekends, if that is your preference. Intensive training sessions usually run six hours per day. Flexible schedules allow you to change your meeting times from week to week.

What if I can’t make it twice in a week, or if I have to skip a week or a session?

As business people, we understand erratic schedules; as reasonable people, we’ll work with you — of course! Our cancellation policy allows you to cancel a class free of charge if you notify our office by 4:00pm EST on the previous business day of the scheduled class. In some cases, we may recommend that you put your training on hold until you can commit to a regular schedule.

Why do you recommend two 90-minute sessions per week

Regular sessions are a key ingredient of successful training.

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