How Much Study is Needed?
A Great Little HR Training Tool
We are often asked - usually by HR who are designing staff training programs - about the number of study hours required to reach a certain CEFR level in English profiiciency.
It's not easy to give a simple answer to this.
The hours of study you need will vary depending upon several factors, such as your intensity of study, your inclinations and your age, as well as the amount of exposure to English outside of lesson times.
However we can put together an approximiate guideline that can help you design a training regimen and schedule.
The Study Hours Table
The figures in the table below can be seen as an approximate guideline.
How eLearning can HelpLearning a langugae is more like learning to play the guitar or some other activity involoving the development of a motor skill. You need practice...hence all the time in our Study Hours Table. eLearning now let's you easily ge those additonal hours outside regular classroom time. And now with mLearning (mobile learning), you can easily asscess your smartphone or tablet almost anywhere and anytime you have a couple of free mintues. Your waiting "downtime" just got productive.
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