Windsor Locks

Plan on working overseas, traveling, or connecting with friends and family abroad?
Take the first step: enroll in a language course in Windsor Locks .
Opportunity for bilinguals and multilinguals abound in Windsor Locks and beyond.
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The small town of Windsor Locks was created when the settlement broke off from the larger region of Windsor during the 1800s. The community didn’t start to experience rapid growth until the 1940s when the Bradley International Airport opened both as a military base and a civilian airport. Today Bradley International is the prominent employer in the area and targets workers who have experience in foreign languages to help them grow even further globally. To capitalize on this trend and learn a new language, start learning today with a qualified, native speaking teacher at Language Trainers. The lessons and courses you will navigate through are given at a pace that will allow you to learn the way that is best for you. 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


Speaking 2 languages improves brain efficiency and performance.

31% of international executives are bilingual.

1 in 2 people worldwide speak 2 or more languages.
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Our clients from Windsor Locks include:


Beiersdorf UK Ltd

DENSO Sales UK Ltd

Hewlett-Packard Ltd

Reed Elsevier

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

”The training has been terrific as it gives our employees an opportunity to grow outside of normal business hours. We will continue to use your company as a partner going forward.”

Todd Johnson English course in Indianapolis, International Aerospace Tubes

”I am extremely happy with the language lessons and I will be traveling to Europe for several weeks almost immediately after this present session ends. I already feel prepared well with my German.”

William Kelley German course in