Corporate Language Training Brochure

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Face to face language courses at your company offices

Anywhere in Middlesbrough. If you’re looking for a language training supplier for your company, then look no further. Our experts have helped administer language courses for hundreds of companies, of all sizes, throughout the UK. You’re in good hands.

Further Info on our Business Language 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 Middlesbrough. 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

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

Ed Chapman (Mayborn Group)

Why use our services?

  • Fully-managed process
  • In-depth needs analysis and diagnostic
  • Quality training

Fully-managed process

You’ll be assigned an account manager, who will be with you every step of the way. Your account manager takes charge of matching you with an appropriate trainer, as well as all the logistical details. So you can get on with your day. We’ll liaise with the teacher to make sure everything goes excellently.

In-depth needs analysis and diagnostic

Before starting, we’ll run through the needs of your employees over the phone. That way, the teacher or teachers who we match you to will be able to ‘hit the ground running’ and prepare a bespoke course, tailored just for your needs.

Quality training

Our stringent recruitment and interview processes mean that only the best teachers make it through. Your lessons will be delivered by a true professional, most likely with experience teaching in a business context.

“We’re here to help. Speak to our experienced experts and see how we can help you and your business set up language training.”

Ed O’Neill – Academic Director