Bessemer

Have friends and family overseas? Want to travel? Thinking of expanding your business abroad? 
Take the first step: enroll in a language course in Bessemer.
Around Bessemer, international populations continue to grow as business and personal relationships expand overseas.
How will you keep up?

Bessemer was originally founded as a coal town in the late 1800s but expanded throughout the 20th century as a result of steelmaking. Today, Bessemer has transitioned out of the steel industry and now has a market that is heavily reliant on distribution and iron products. Companies like U.S. Pipe and Amazon have large factories and distribution centers in the area that have helped to boost the local economy and made Bessemer a player in the global economy. As more companies begin to move into the area, the need for laborers with foreign language skills continues to rise. In order to meet this demand, Language Trainers offers courses with qualified, native speaking teachers who will help you learn a new language. The courses and lessons are taught at your pace and tailored to how you learn best. Try one of our free online language tests to test your foreign language abilities or take the opportunity to get started learning today.

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Interesting Language Facts

There are 6 official UN languages.

Being fluent in two languages enhances a person's ability to concentrate.

One quarter of the world's population has some knowledge of the English language.
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Our clients from Bessemer include:


Atlas DMT

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MVision Private Equity Advisers

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Client testimonials

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

”We meet with our teacher for 2 hours most every week. We are very happy with where we are at about the 6 month point.”

Scott Fawcett Japanese course in

”Bulgarian classes are going well. My teacher, Maria, is very patient and I am improving in my pronunciation!”

Raul de Leon Bulgarian course in San Diego