Stoke-on-Trent

Feel confident talking on the phone, making plane reservations, or hosting business meetings in a foreign language.
Take the first step by enrolling in a tailor-made language course in Stoke-on-Trent.
Opportunities abound for those who know a foreign language. 
How will you keep up?

Originally created by the federation of six towns, Stoke-on-Trent has transformed from an industrial conurbation to a centre for the service industry and home to many distribution centers. As this shift has occurred and connections with the global economy have increased, the need for employees with foreign language skills has become important to companies such as Goodwin Steel. Individuals are being pushed to learn a new language in order to be a productive employee in the marketplace. Take advantage of this need and begin learning a language today with qualified, native speaking teachers. Lessons and classes will be taught in a way and at a pace that works for the way you learn. Use our free online language tests to test your level or get started today by contacting us about creating a custom-made personal course.

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Interesting Language Facts


Bilingualism promotes cognitive functioning.

Over half of the world’s population is bilingual.

One out of every four people has at least some knowledge of the English language.
117487
people have taken
our level tests.
27
language teachers in Stoke-on-Trent
are already registered with Language Trainers.

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Our clients include:


Belvedere Property Management

Commonwealth Bank

Interluebke

Shanahan Engineering

Client testimonials

See some of the testimonials we have received from our clients.

”Thuy was a wonderful teacher - flexible, professional and skilled. The course was excellent.”

Freya Aitken Vietnamese course in London, Manager, International Public Affairs, Prudential Plc

”All of the exercises we have been doing have been beneficial, especially the recording conversations and writing, as these focus on my weaknesses.”

Joanna Marshall Spanish course in Leeds, Graduate Mineral Resource Geologist, Rio Tinto