I have lived overeas for 21 years, worked with many countries and agencies. I suggest, unless your trainees are fluent and speak, read, and write in Engish, you would need to have your training materials translated. Thanks.
I would think you have to consider both. The native language is of course a must other wide you will leave a lot open for missenterpretation, but also the country standards have a lot to do with how you want to present your program. Try focusing more on the company itself that you preraring a training for, that i find helps a lot.
1. Language is pretty obvious
2. Country regulations (OSHA is not a standard for every country of the world)
3. Localization - training may need to be localized based on the culture of the country you are delivering the training in.
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