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Portuguese Courses Grays
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Portuguese Courses in Grays for Business and Individuals

Are you looking through Portuguese courses online? Have you thought about taking private lessons? Offline, in the real world! If so, then good. For serious language learners, private lessons are the best way to get going, and start improving your Portuguese.

Maybe you’re interested in Portuguese lessons for company staff. If so, we can help you out. Visit our business language training page for more details.

Our Portuguese Courses – Information

Lesson Days/Times: Flexible
Total Course Length: Flexible
Lesson Length:
1.5 or 2 hours
Lesson Venue: Anywhere in Grays
Lesson Frequency: Flexible (1 x 1.5 hour lesson per week recommended)
Course Content: Based on needs
Course Starts: Whenever you’re ready

“The teacher is great. She has managed to tailor the lessons to our specific level and requirements, and is always willing to be flexible.”

Tom Bacon (D’Addario)

3 Good Reasons to Take Our Portuguese Courses

  • Professional, experienced, pre-vetted teachers
  • Simple payment and rebooking
  • Online progress tracking

Professional, experienced, pre-vetted teachers

Every teacher in our network has been carefully selected. Based on their skills and experience. They have also passed through our recruitment, interview and reference checking processes. So that you know that your lessons are being delivered by a true professional.

Simple payment and rebooking

You pay for your course in a block. By credit or debit card, over the phone. When you need to rebook, it’s easy. Just let us know and we will take care of it.

Online progress tracking

After each lesson, our system sends you an email letting you know what was studied. And how you’re tracking towards your goals. So you can stay in control, and motivated towards your goals.


“The largest tree started off as a small seed. You’ve got to start somewhere with your Portuguese, why not here?”

Ed O’Neill – Academic Director