Korinne Algie joins PRODIREKT and its Verbalists Education & Language Network
28–DEC–2022 | PRODIREKT and the Verbalists Education & Language Network finish 2022 with an exciting new partnership. Korinne Algie joins the PRODIREKT advisory board and brings with her over 20 years of education industry experience including as an agent, educator, and service provider.
In her role as a consultant, Korinne Algie works with education providers, agencies, service providers and is a regular speaker on a wide range of education-focussed topics.
“We are thrilled to partner with Korinne and know that together we will enhance our academic advising and recruiting services, as well as increase the scope and benefit to members of the Verbalists Education & Language Network,” said founder, Dejan Trpkovic.
PRODIREKT, a specialist education and study abroad company, currently comprises, Verbalists Education, a global language network, popular Education Beyond Borders Podcast, and the Communication and Languages Group, a leading LinkedIn group facilitating communication between educational professionals. This group, with more than ten-thousand members, was recently recognized by LinkedIn for its high engagement and content management and was thus accepted to LinkedIn’s exclusive InnerCircle program.
Korinne commented: “I am excited to take a greater role in this amazing network. Having been a member of the Communication and Languages Group, I have experienced first-hand the quality engagement it encourages. I look forward to helping broaden the scope of PRODIREKT services, especially in the area of career development and mobility.”
As a part of the PRODIREKT leadership group, Korinne will also provide training and speak on education trends, challenges, and practical skills both online and in-person.
The first PRODIREKT webinar for 2023 to be held in January will be hosted by Korinne and will ask the question “Do local teachers benefit from motivating students to learn languages abroad?” Korinne explained: “In this webinar we will look at the role of the language teacher in the study abroad decision-making process and at study abroad as a complement (and not a rival) to language classes ‘at home’.” A related podcast will follow shortly after as part of the Education Beyond Borders series.
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