Corporate Language Training Brochure

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Let Us Handle all Your Business Language Training Needs

We’re experts at organising language training for companies, large and small. Keep on reading to find out how you can benefit from our services.

Our team can handle any need. Whether it’s a single employee or several groups who need training. We can help. We’ll even handle all the course admin.

Business Language Training Information

  • 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 St. Helens. 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

“The teacher did a fantastic job at going beyond the nuts and bolts of basic language, making her classes a cultural learning experience for all involved.”

Emma Ramsay

(Corporate Social Club Organiser)


Benefits of Choosing Us

  • Less work for you
  • Quality trainers
  • Progress tracking

Less work for you

Don’t worry about organising lessons and finding trainers – we do all of that for you. You’ll be assigned an account manager who will handle all logistics. All you and your staff need to do is show up. And enjoy their lessons.

Quality trainers

All our trainers are vetted by our language team to ensure excellence. You’re guaranteed a trainer who is qualified, experienced and personable. They’ll make language learning easy for everyone.

Progress tracking

After each session your staff will receive individual emails detailing their progress and highlighting any areas for improvement, so you’ll know exactly where everyone is. Managers your end can also be given their own bespoke logins to track how the courses are progressing.


“Considering suppliers for your language training? Discuss your needs with our experts and we can see what we can do to help.”

Ed O’Neill – Academic Director