Learnship Corporation

www.learnship.com

 

 

Specialist for Global Corporate Language Training
Learnship offers high-quality, face-to-face language training and digitalized training management services to corporations and their worldwide employees. With the mission to improve business communications in our global society, Learnship delivers effective, highly customized training, so employees can learn exactly what they need for their jobs, wherever they are.

Using the latest technologies and with deep expertise in corporate training, Learnship develops global training solutions with uniform standards that are individualized to meet client and employee needs. Committed to continually evolve its products and services to support client training programs, Learnship is setting new quality standards for distance learning.
Founded: 2008 in Cologne, Germany 
Locations: Headquartered in Cologne (Germany), additional offices in: Chicago (USA), Paris (France), Basel (Switzerland), Berlin and Munich (Germany)
Employees: 180
Language Trainers & Coaches: over 600, teaching in more than 75 countries
Clients: Approx. 2,000 mid-sized and large corporations

PRODUCTS/SERVICES:

Customized face-to-face online language training, one-to-one or in small groups, available in 14 languages. Core products include: 
Global Administration Services

INDUSTRIES SERVED:

CLIENTS INCLUDE:

TESTIMONIALS:
“Alongside the high quality of training and the clearly increased flexibility of lessons, our employees are simply delighted by this new and modern form of learning. Learnship is by far the best long-distance learning option we know of!”
- Dennis Formann, Vice President of Bertelsmann
“This integration of class sessions, homework, learning materials and reporting I have yet to see from any other service provider. It’s what makes the learning process transparent for all involved!”
- Christa Heinke, Head of HR Development, Valora
“In just a few years, Learnship has grown to become the new standard for language training quality in the Learning and Development field.”
- Kevin Kelleher, President and CEO, Cartus