Shepherdsville

Plan on working overseas, traveling, or connecting with friends and family abroad?
Enroll in foreign language classes in Shepherdsville.
Around Shepherdsville, international populations continue to grow as business and personal relationships expand overseas.
How will you keep up?

Originally known for its salt licks and commercial salt works, Shepherdsville has grown to become a prominent agricultural area and a hub for high-tech manufacturing companies such as High Flyer America and JOM Pharmaceuticals. These industries attract workers from a wide range of backgrounds, and with this increased diversity, foreign language skills are an important part of everyday life. To keep your language skills fresh, meet with a qualified, native speaking teacher at Language Trainers. They will help to develop courses and lessons that move at a pace you are comfortable with while providing you with the knowledge needed to stay competitive. Use our free online language tests to see where you stand today or get started now by contacting us about creating a custom-made language course.

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”The teacher is a joy to work with and is always happy to answer my questions. I don’t think I’d learn this language in a group setting making my one-to-one classes priceless.”

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”We really enjoy having our teacher. His warm and engaging style is a good match for our culture and the participants. He’s patient when dealing with questions and combines learning the language with interesting facts about Swedish culture and customs.”

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