Since 2007, Errington Language Services has provided language course and translation services in Stuttgart and its surroundings. Over the years, our services have expanded and today we offer a wide range of language solutions. These include: interpreting, editing and proofreading, the creation of marketing texts and life coaching.
Our language school in Stuttgart-West provides a professional and comfortable environment for our customers. Our reputation is extremely important to us and we work hard to maintain our standards of quality as well as our flexibility to our customers. We work together with freelance native-speaker language trainers to deliver the highest quality service.
Born in Dover in the United Kingdom, Michael moved to Stuttgart in 2004 after four years in London, which included the completion of a bachelor’s degree in Publishing and Media. Michael began working as a freelance language trainer in 2005 and founded Errington Language Services together with Arlette Errington in 2007.
In 2013, Michael developed the English programme for Biberach University of Applied Sciences, which he still teaches today, and, soon after, began working for Stuttgart University as a lecturer and proof-reader. In 2021, Michael began training to become a certified NLP practitioner and life coach.
Today, in his spare time, Michael enjoys spending free time with his three children as well as reading, writing and watching the occasional baseball game.
Arlette Errington is a native Stuttgarter who lived in London for five years where she studied and then worked. When she returned to Stuttgart in 2004, she worked as a journalist, English trainer and translator.
In 2010, Arlette passed the exam to become a state-certified translation and began working for the regional court in Stuttgart. In 2019, Arlette became a state-certified interpreter and has worked as an interpreter for civil and business matters. Among her experiences, Arlette has interpreted at weddings, for notaries, at conferences, at court and well as legal appointments at psychiatric clinics.
In her free time, Arlette enjoys hiking through remote regions and is a voluntary ski instructor as well as a member of an orchestra for a local music club.