Medical Spanish

In general, the medical Spanish courses are focused on teaching grammatical structures, medical terminology, vocabulary related to common illnesses and practicing dialogues which simulate medical consultations. This method is artificial and does not wholly solve the communication problems which health workers may face.

The aim of our course is the real improvement of communication in the execution of the profession and therefore;

  • Our Spanish course for Health service professionals is imparted by professionals from the health care sector with language teaching experience and specialists in teaching Spanish as foreign language.
  • In order to learn the language in a context of professional use, the course is carried out according to a task-based approach, main aim being to promote learning via real world use of the language in the classroom. This means that from the first day, workers in the health care sector will be able to interact in situations they may find in their professional lives.

The course is aimed at health care professionals who already have a B2 minimum level.

Courses for teachers

At the Colegio Ibérico we have been training both students and teachers of Spanish as a foreign language alike for over 27 years. Our courses are imparted by teachers specialising in continual development training.

The course for Spanish teachers have two modalities.

Teachers with no ELE (Spanish as a foreign language) experience:

If you want to go into teaching Spanish as a foreign language but have no experience in the language, this course will provide you with the necessary knowledge, abilities, techniques, basic theoretical and practical tools to start teaching Spanish with confidence and success.

Teachers with ELE experience:

This course is aimed at ELE teachers with previous experience and training in this field, who wish to update their knowledge of new teaching methodologies and techniques. The participants will be able to use the most advanced concepts of language teaching in order to reflect and make decisions on the management of the teaching-learning process of their students in regards to; teaching techniques; use, adaptation and design of didactic materials for specific teaching/learning situations.