Portuguese Courses in Newbury for Business and Individuals
Looking for quality Portuguese courses to set you up for success? You’re in the right place. If you’re serious, I mean, really serious, about improving your Portuguese, then you should consider our private lessons. They can be one of the best ways to make consistent progress.
Companies large and small, all over the UK, have entrusted us with the organisation of their staff language training. See how we can help you and your staff on our business language training page.
Further info on our Portuguese Courses
Lesson Schedule (Days/Times): Can be adjusted to your needs
Lesson Length: Either 1.5 or 2 hours (1.5 hours per session most popular)
Lesson Frequency: Flexible (1 x 1.5 hour session per week recommended)
Course Start Date: Whenever you’re ready
Total Course Length: Flexible (subject to minimum booking)
Lesson Venue: Anywhere in Newbury
Course Content: Tailored to your needs
“When our teams were going into France and Morocco they were better able to interact with teams there.”
Ed Chapman (Mayborn Group – Took French Group Lessons)
What are the benefits of taking one of our Portuguese Courses?
- Finding a teacher handled by us
- Free in-depth initial needs analysis
- Quality lessons
Finding a teacher handled by us
Your time and effort is best spent getting to grips with Portuguese, right? Let our expert team arrange for you to have lessons with one of our teachers. You won’t have to lift a finger. Once we’ve got someone you can get started. Easy peasy!
Free in-depth initial needs analysis
It’s important to dot all the i’s and cross all the t’s. That’s why we’ll go over your needs and goals for your Portuguese over the phone beforehand. So the teacher can carefully design a course around your needs. No wasted time.
It goes without saying that the best teachers are capable of delivering quality lessons. Day in – day out. You’ll be paired up with just one of those teachers. So your results will multiply.
“If you have the opportunity to practice your Portuguese that’s great. Make more mistakes. It’s the best way to learn.”
Ed O’Neill – Academic Director