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Arabic Courses Darlington
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Arabic Courses in Darlington for Individuals and Business

Really good Arabic Courses can be fairly hard to find in Darlington. We have local experienced tutors in the area who can provide flexible, fun lessons to help you learn Arabic. 

Do you have a business that requires Arabic as an alternative language? We can help with training your staff if they need it. Visit our business language training page for more details. 

All you need to know about our Arabic Courses

  • Location/Venue: Anywhere in Darlington. You Decide.
  • Course content: Entirely bespoke.  
  • Start date: When you’re ready. 
  • Lesson length: 1.5 hours or 2 hours. 
  • Lesson times: Negotiable between you and your tutor.   
  • Lesson frequency: Flexible (1 or 2 lessons a week recommended).   
  • Length of course: Based on learning abilities. (Subject to minimum booking).

 

“When our teams were going into France and Morocco they were better able to interact with teams there.”

Ed Chapman (Mayborn Group)

Benefits of our Arabic Courses

  • Enjoyable lessons
  • Easy to get started
  • Learn fast

Enjoyable lessons  

It’s crucial to enjoy your lessons to make progress. The best teachers know that it’s not so much about what you learn. But how you learn it, and the whole process. With that in mind they will tailor your course to make it as enjoyable as possible.

Easy to get started 

When you’ve made the decision to take lessons with us you can get started quickly and easily. A call to our team to make a block payment secures your booking. Then it’s up to us to match you with a local tutor. You can usually get started within a week.

Learn fast 

Private lessons + Great teachers = Fast learning. Full stop. You will have plenty of opportunity to practice, and plenty of opportunity to ask questions. You’ll be making giant leaps in no time.


“You create your luck by working for what you want.”

Ed O’Neill – Academic Director