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2010-11 was a significant year for FiTA for we found a completely new area of development – language skills. We have over this year developed, tested and implemented the following products. And we are very happy with the encouraging response.

Here is the list:

1) English language skill development & enhancement:
Diagnostic tests for English language skills. These tests can be used as standalones by organizations wanting to grade the language skills of their employees. They can also be used before and after training sessions to evaluate and test learning.
Study notes for English language skill enhancement:
These can be used along with language workshops or as a standalone self-study product.

2) Acculturisation program for Expatriates:
An introduction to Indian culture, work and business landscape and day-to-day living. This product includes a cultural, historical and political background of the country, demographic and pyschographic profiling of the Indian people and clear, useful tips and suggestions on how to live in India. Ideal for people visiting India for work assignments or academics.

3) Conversational Hindi:
Hindi taught by native speakers. Lessons take you through daily routine usage, phraseology and vocabulary to make your language sound natural. Suitable for expatriates and students on medium or long-term stay in India.

4) Basic French:
500 million people in 56 countries use French as their first, second or foreign language. Chances then are that no matter where you go you can benefit from a basic working knowledge of French. We teach it through a methodology developed by us where we combine the written, grammar based learning (used to teach foreign languages) with conversational, day-to-day French to accustom a learner to what he would hear and read at the first glance in a new place. Faculty well-travelled in French-speaking countries.

5) Train the trainer:
Being an expert doesn’t necessarily imply being an effective trainer/facilitator. This 2-day program brings out the finer nuances of training – preparing for a program, effective communication, presentation and interpersonal skills, understanding and dealing with the audience, preparing FAQs and a lot more to be an effective trainer.