Translations for HR consultancy companies

Human resources management is an activity that treats personnel as genuine resources within a company or organisation. In this sense HR management is not a synonym for personnel management but a far broader concept that also includes more psychological areas like motivation, commitment and staff engagement. Human resources management includes all policies with a positive impact on company performances. HR consultancy firms are strategic partners of businesses that pursue the goal of developing their human capital in harmony with the company mission. Naturally, they provide consultancy on important aspects like staff recruitment, selection, assessment and payroll. These are joined by issues connected with continuous learning and training plans.

Difference between training and learning

It is important to make a distinction between “training” and “learning”. The first term refers to the broadening of theoretical and practical knowledge in order to perform routine work tasks, while learning (which can be technical or behavioural) aims to help people master new situations, develop new skills and, more generally, broaden their vision and cultural knowledge for the benefit of the workplace. Landoor is able to contribute its specialist expertise in both areas primarily through the translation of staff training activities borrowed from foreign companies (e.g. in multinationals) and the translation of materials in other languages regarded as valid by the tutor or facilitator in the company. Of particular importance are security courses and the translation of regulations in force which, if done badly, could have serious legal implications: the company must make sure that the information in these documents is conveyed clearly and unambiguously. For accredited learning institutions (public or private), Landoor translates all types of material for a whole variety of different training activities:

  • coaching
  • remote learning, connected with the use of multimedia technology, IT instruments and the internet – both in the form of virtual classes and with the use of e-learning platforms for independent learning
  • in-person/company learning
  • blended learning (independent e-learning modules alternated with time in the classroom)
  • catalogue-based intercompany learning
  • international learning & development projects

According to the choices of the trainer and the learning plan/course, the pool of Landoor linguists can translate the following types of content for learning modules:

  • articles
  • listening courses
  • best practices
  • annotated bibliographies
  • content for e-learning and digital learning platforms
  • pamphlets
  • exercise books
  • book extracts or synopses
  • films
  • handouts (summaries, recaps of lessons)
  • infographics
  • experiential learning instructions
  • roleplay and simulation instructions
  • instructions for personal improvement plans
  • manuals, books and e-books (for both instructors and pupils)
  • cognitive questionnaires
  • self-assessment tests
  • video courses and films (also with subtitles, voiceovers and dubbing)

We are also able to provide interpreting services of all kinds (simultaneous, consecutive, chuchotage, respeaking) for the following training activities:

  • classroom courses
  • webinars
  • briefings
  • coaching
  • conference calls
  • conferences and conventions
  • team building events
  • meetings
  • presentations
  • symposiums
  • round tables

In the same way we can also provide highly accurate written translations of promotional brochures, programmes, abstracts, speeches and presentation slides, assessment questionnaires and meeting reports on events for company training. We can provide our expertise for the translation of HR learning materials in a wide range of areas, including:

  • sales (customer care, sales management)
  • applications and digital transformation
  • management
  • marketing and communication
  • operations (acquisitions, production, supply chain, office)
  • personal development and effectiveness
  • strategy, leadership and innovation
  • organisation (human resources, labour law, recruiting)

Of particular relevance are the learning courses and activities with which the company improves its performances in the areas of quality, health and safety, the environment and social responsibility by investing in human capital.

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