This course will provide healthcare workers with the Spanish vocabulary they may need for professional use in everyday interactions with patients and their families. Topics included in the course include greetings, people, numbers, calendar, clock, reception and caregiver questions, directions, locations, personal information, patient examination, symptoms and orders, injuries, illnesses, trauma, body
parts, organs, and medicine.
This course will provide workers with the Spanish vocabulary they may need to communicate with Spanish-speakers on a basic level in the context of providing emergency services. Topics include cultural differences, basic pronunciation, language learning tips, calendar, clock, numbers, colors, personal information, pregnancy, greetings, people, as well as language needed by police, firefighters, and EMS personnel.
This course is developed specifically for to help customer service associates in a wide variety of businesses communicate on a basic level with Spanish-speaking customers. There is no grammar to learn and no prior Spanish training is necessary.
This course will provide educators with basic Spanish vocabulary to interact with students and parents in the school setting. Vocabulary will focus on people and places in the school setting, numbers, student
supplies and belongings, and basic health information. Vocabulary for basic interactions with parents to build rapport will also be included.
This course will provide workers with the Spanish vocabulary they may need to communicate with co-workers on a basic level in the manufacturing setting. Topics included in the course include greetings, people, numbers, calendar, clock, colors, basic tools, supplies, equipment, cleanup, job commands and warnings, quality, factory terms, and safety.