GoodHabitz, European leader in online learning, is expanding its learning library to include simplified Chinese, the company said in a press release. It is the twentieth language on this online learning platform; Turkish and Catalan will follow later this year. For the company it’s an important next step to achieve its mission: to make learning accessible to everyone around the world.

Thirty Chinese training courses

International organizations with Chinese-speaking employees, as well as China-based companies, can now offer more employees the opportunity to develop and learn in their own language. GoodHabitz is launching a total of 30 online training courses in simplified Chinese, ranging from communication skills, digital skills to language and productivity courses. 25 training courses will be released in January and the remaining five are scheduled for March this year.

Moreover, the e-learning provider has not only translated the courses, but also localized them. That means Chinese-speaking employees can develop in the language they speak, using their own local examples. After all, each country has its own customs, and with local experts, training gets its own touch.

GoodHabitz wants to make personal development simple, accessible and fun. The originally Dutch company is now active in more than 15 countries and has more than 2,500 customers in various industries.

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