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High Quality Language Training at Your Company Offices

Do you need a language training supplier for your company? Perhaps there are employees needing to be upskilled in another language. We can help. 100s of companies across the UK use us to provide them with teachers for their training needs.

Information on The Training

  • Course Type: Either 1 to 1 or Group Lessons
  • Lesson Timings: Your choice. Either during office hours or out of hours
  • Course Venue: Anywhere in Basildon. On or off-site options available
  • Course Start Date: Any
  • Course Content: Bespoke, based on the needs of student(s)
  • Frequency of Lessons: Your choice
  • Total Length of Course: At least 30 hours of training over 3 – 6 months is recommended to start with

“I decided to choose UKLP for NSK’s language training centred on their impressive customer base and their flexible approach to learning”

Lisa Hirst (NSK)


Advantages of Taking us on as Your Language Training Provider

  • Excellent track record with all clients
  • Fully-managed service
  • On demand management information

Excellent track record with all clients

All our clients are delighted with the service we provide. Many have multiple and ongoing language training requirements and come back to us again and again with more requirements. We operate throughout the UK and can help any size business.

Fully-managed service

You’ll be assigned one of our experienced account managers who will take charge of your courses. You’ll save a tonne of time and effort vs doing all this yourself. Our systems are always being refined, and our account managers always know the optimum ways to get things done.

On demand management information

Information on how the courses are running such as attendance and progress are available for you to see at any time via our online system. We can provide you with your own login details should you require them.


“Get help setting up your language courses. Our experts can organise everything.”

Ed O’Neill – Academic Director