All our courses have been designed with the language learner in mind. Learners are free to attend any of the classes to suit their individual learning needs and level of learning.
The Beginners I course offers a useful introduction to the Spanish language and the diverse cultures of Spain and Latin America. Whether you require a language for work, to get by on holiday abroad or whether you just enjoy learning about other countries and different cultures, this course will benefit you. The course assumes no prior knowledge of Spanish. All you need is an enthusiasm for learning the language and for learning about other cultures. The course runs on Wednesday evenings.
The Beginners II course runs on Wednesday evenings and is for learners who wish to progress beyond Beginner 1 level and find out more about the language and cultures of the countries where Spanish is spoken. If you have already completed a Spanish for Beginners 1 course, then this course will be the obvious next step for you. At Beginners 2 level you will develop your understanding of the Spanish language and you will learn how to talk about events in the past, present and future.
The Intermediate I course runs on Tuesday evenings. The course is for learners who are aiming to extend and develop their ability to communicate in Spanish and to gain a more in-depth knowledge of the language and diverse cultures of the countries where Spanish is spoken. The course would be ideally suitable if you have been learning Spanish for at least two years and feel that you are ready to progress beyond a basic level of Spanish. The focus will be on improving your speaking and listening skills but the course will also give you an opportunity to develop your skills in reading and writing.
The Intermediate II course runs on Monday evenings. This course is for learners who are aiming to develop their confidence and improve their ability to communicate in Spanish. Learners will broaden their ability to speak about a range of different topics and gain a more in-depth knowledge of the countries, cultures and customs to be found in the Spanish-speaking world. The course will also aim to improve your vocabulary and grammar to consolidate your understanding of Spanish. This course would be ideally suitable if you have been learning Spanish for a minimum of three years.
The Advanced course runs on Thursday evenings and is aimed at learners who can already converse in Spanish and are seeking to improve their level of fluency in the target language. Learners will be expected to talk about a range of topics and have a good knowledge of various aspects of Spanish and Latin American culture.