I have recently moved to an English speaking country and started working at a software company some months ago. We are at that time of the year (apparently, since it's my first time) where we provide a few objectives to achieve for the next year, some of these objectives can be: getting a certification, propose a course to follow in some new technology or something personal that you want to achieve.
Besides techs courses, I wanted to propose English lessons to improve my English. I was planning on taking them anyway with private tuition but if the company can pay for it, well, better for me.
- But, do you think it would be out of context to ask for it?
Supposedly, I should already know the language since I got the job (one of the point made out by the recruiter in my first interview was actually that they thought my English level was too low because I wasn't talking enough or giving them only short answers; that however changed a little bit with the second interview...otherwise I suppose I wouldn't had the job).
Even so, from my point of you, well, there is much room for improvement.