Tilbury

So you want to travel, work abroad, or connect with foreign colleagues?
Reach you desired level of foreign language proficiency with classes in Tilbury.
Opportunities for bilinguals and multilinguals await, both here at home and abroad.
How will you keep up?

As a deep-water port town, Tilbury has served as a location for transportation and shipping for hundreds of years. The Port of Tilbury is one of the most important container ports for the UK and the main UK port for paper and newsprint. This dynamic port links Tilbury and the UK with hubs around the globe. With shipments from around the world arriving every day, workers with foreign language skills are vital for local businesses such as Denholm Global Logistics and Bibby International Logistics. You can get ahead of the competition by improving your foreign language skills with the help from qualified, native speaking teachers at Language Trainers. Each of our local teachers will work at your pace, providing classes and course content to expand your knowledge. 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 helps delay the mental aging process!

Bilinguals have better literacy skills.

Bilingual adults receive advantages over their monolingual counterparts, such as higher average salaries and more career opportunities.
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Our clients include:


EMI Music

Pricewaterhouse Coopers

SG Enterprises

Wellstream International Ltd

Client testimonials

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

”The lessons are going well, the trainer is very good as you would expect coming from a teaching background.”

Mark Johnston Spanish course in Wigan, Finance Director, SAICA

”The classes are going really well. Many thanks to Firoozeh!”

James Hepburn Farsi course in London