Proceedings of The 3rd International Conference on Teaching, Learning and Education
The Analysis of English Language Training Strategies for Taiwan International Trade Enterprises
Tzu-Chun Sheng, Alvin Chang and Shih-Feng Tsai
The study aims to analyze the most important issue for enterprises to go to international for communication of languages learning. After all, communication between people and enterprises are the most effective in language. This study compares English has already mastered the direction of foreign language users. Hill (2007) indicated that the global population has the largest number of Chinese-speaking companies. It measures the patterns of resource uses and to assess their abilities. The findings discover that there is a strong competition relationship between the international enterprises. The English-learning meets a wider spectrum of practice and has a competitive displacement effect on the human resource management. The results indicate of empirical analysis can be used to obtain the weights of different English language training strategies for enterprises, and then design evaluation mechanisms or specific implementation plans.
Keywords: English Language Training; Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process; Modified Delphi Approach; Strategic Human Resources Management; Teaching English as Second Language.