eLearning courses for intercultural communication
eLearning courses for intercultural communication

Country Courses

With our hands-on eLearning courses you deepen your understanding of successful intercultural business communication. Be ready for the challenges in your selected country and culture!

Our country-specific eLearning courses will teach you all essential intercultural aspects for a successful collaboration with your business partners, colleagues and clients: 

  • Initial business contact
  • Communication and impact
  • Meetings and presentations
  • Negotiations, decisions and contracts
  • Coordination and cooperation
  • Business meals and after work
  • Etiquette and dress code
  • 90 min efficient and comprehensive eLearning
  • Engaging media components for interactive learning
  • Start anytime with your choice of topics
  • Certificate included
  • $49

We are a medium sized manufacturer buying parts from all over the world. Since introducing the eLearning courses for intercultural communication, we are much more successful when negotiating prices. Cultural competence in business really pays off!

Ted P., Head of Buying

5 proven benefits of intercultural eLearning courses

Why intercultural eLearning courses have become hugely popular with people climbing up the career ladder.

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In times of international supply chains and global teams, intercultural business skills are a key competence that almost everyone needs to successfully climb up the career ladder. But not everyone can afford intercultural training that is most often designed for top-level managers or sales executives only. That is why intercultural eLearning courses have become hugely popular. They are not only affordable, but also so much more convenient than traditional intercultural trainings.

1 – Intercultural eLearning requires less time

First of all, everyone can fit an intercultural eLearning course around their existing commitments. You don’t have to travel to be somewhere at a certain time. Instead you can simply log in from the comfort of your own home or office and continue your intercultural eLearning course. Besides, intercultural eLearning courses generally allow you to split the time invested in whichever way works best. You don’t need to be able to dedicate large chunks of your time to an intercultural elearning course: it will work just as well if you set aside 20 minutes of your daily lunch break. You can even learn on a commuter train, on a long-haul flight, or last-minute before negotiations are about to start.

A study conducted by Brandon Hall on eLearning courses within corporations found that this style of learning typically requires 40 to 60% less employee time than learning in a classroom training setting.

2 – Intercultural eLearning is budget-friendly

But this is not the only interesting aspect for corporations who wish to encourage their employees to undergo intercultural training. Quite often companies see the high value of intercultural competencies, but don’t have much of a budget for travel expenses, catering and venue hire that come with on-site intercultural trainings.

Intercultural eLearning courses, however, allow for a higher number of employees to be included on a much smaller budget. And they are also an affordable option for anyone who would like to upskill without the financial support of their employer.

3 – eLearning is a better way of learning a lot

This being said, a large number of companies and business people around the world are turning to elearning because they simply consider it to be a better way of learning crosscultural skills for many different countries.

You may do an intercultural training for two or three countries. But if you require intercultural knowledge for five or ten countries, intercultural eLearning courses are the best way to achieve this in a reasonable amount of time. And those who are aiming at boosting their international career perspectives by gaining impressive qualifications are usually keen on doing so in the fastest and most effective way possible.

IBM research found that participants learn five times more material in eLearning courses using multimedia content than in traditional trainings. And the more engaging the content is, the better the learners remember and apply new information at work.

4 – eLearning courses give you full control

Also, intercultural eLearning courses give participants full control over their learning. They are able to work at their personal speed. Many people can work quicker than in an intercultural training with other participants being on different levels, and therefore take in much more information. But they are also able to move slower through topics that they need a little more time on

5 – Keep track of progress

One of the great things about intercultural eLearning courses are the regular short quiz or tests which increase engagement while learning. Immediate results from online assessments also help participants to gauge how well they are doing, and what topics they might need to revise before they move on. This ongoing assessment process supports participants to keep track of their progress.

Last but not least, you will get a certificate at the end of each completed intercultural eLearning course, which means you can proof your increased skill level to employers, managers and in job applications.

Sometimes there is still a need for live expert support. No problem! One of the benefits of intercultural eLearning at crossculture2go is that you also have direct access to our country coaches and business experts!

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