Whitestown

Have friends and family overseas? Want to travel? Thinking of expanding your business abroad? 
Engage in a tailor-made language course in Whitestown.
Opportunities abound in Whitestown and beyond for those who can keep up with today's multilingual world. 
How will you keep up?

Founded in the 1850s as a result of railroad expansion, Whitestown has rapidly continued to grow as the manufacturing and service industry has continued to boom. The last decade has seen Whitestown become the fastest growing municipality in Indiana and a staple of the state’s global economy, attracting the likes of Swiss corporation REGO Fix to establish their US headquarters here. As the town continues its tremendous growth, the need for talented individuals with foreign language abilities is at an all-time high. Take advantage of this growing demand and learn a new language with the qualified, native speaking teachers at Language Trainers. Every lesson and course is taught at a speed that is tailored to how you learn best. Use one of our free online language tests to test your ability or contact us about creating a custom-made personal course and get started learning today.

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Interesting Language Facts


Translators and interpreters are expected to be one of the top 15 fastest growing occupations in the US.

There are about 225 indigenous languages in Europe.

Bilingual students are more likely to succeed in school than their monolingual counterparts.
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Our clients from Whitestown include:


GlaxoSmithKline

Rabobank Australia

US Air Force

Zimmer

Client testimonials

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

”The trainer was great. I feel the courses were efficient and pleasant.”

Eric Romagna German course in Miami, Lufthansa

”My daughter is very much enjoying the tutoring. She even said her Italian genes must be coming through because she thinks she enjoys the Italian language more than even French.”

Clifford J. Ameduri Italian course in Brooklyn