Sunrise

Plan on working overseas, traveling, or connecting with friends and family abroad?
Take the first step: enroll in a language course in Sunrise.
Opportunities for bi- and multilinguals await.
How will you keep up?

Originally a small village that was formed in the 1960s, Sunrise has steadily grown into one of the strongest players in the global market today. Sunrise has quickly attracted top companies like AT&T, United Healthcare, BlackBerry, and Publix to set up their headquarters and regional offices in the area. This has driven up the demand for top talent, especially those with foreign language skills. To keep pace with demand, you can begin learning a new language today with an experienced, native speaking teacher at Language Trainers. All the classes and lessons will be tailored to your learning style and move at a pace that you are comfortable with. Try one of our free online language tests or get started learning today by contacting us about creating a personalized language course.

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Interesting Language Facts


70% of job recruiters view bilingualism as an extremely impressive quality in job candidates.

21% of Americans speak a language other than English at home.

One quarter of the world's population has some knowledge of the English language.
117487
people have taken
our level tests.
8
language teachers in Sunrise
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Our clients from Sunrise include:


Celsa Steel UK

Cmedia

KDM Associates

Veritas

Client testimonials

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

”I would like to thank Language Trainers for arranging this course. What I have learnt has been a great help when I arrive in Sweden”

André Robillard Swedish course in Washington DC

”Our lessons have far exceeded my expectations and our teacher has been a delight and an engaging and extraordinarily effective instructor. As teachers ourselves, we recognize her to be a gifted colleague.”

Carol Bixler Russian course in New Orleans