Refresher course: language and technology in the classe
Everything you can imagine is real.”
― Vicente Aleixandre
the freedom to make mistakes.”
― Mahatma Gandhi
Spanish Courses for Teachers in Spain
The ELE (Spanish as a Foreign Language) Teaching in-school learning courses are aimed at those who want to start teaching Spanish as a foreign language or those who have already taught and want to perfect or refresh their technique with new points of view provided by other teachers specialised in ELE teaching and ELE teacher training.
The «Spanish courses for teachers» enable participants to update their knowledge about teaching and perfect their technique. Our training programs are also open to graduates and students who want to specialize in the field of teaching Spanish as a foreign language.
ELE Teacher Training
Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language (ELE) is an increasingly competitive market. Alhambra Instituto offers 2 types of Spanish Teacher Training Courses for new and experienced teachers to ensure that you remain ahead of the class. We cover all aspects of teaching Spanish as a foreign language (ELE).
With over 35 years’ experience teaching Spanish as a foreign language, Alhambra Instituto has developed a world class reputation for ELE courses.
The ELE courses will give you the tools, the strategies and the skills necessary for teaching Spanish as a foreign language.
Spanish Course for Teachers (New Technology and Teaching Strategies for Spanish Teachers) at Alhambra Instituto in Malaga is the result of all tens of thousands of hours teaching Spanish to foreing students, teaching teachers, writing courses, guiding, reading, studying, and testing ideas with the new technologies. This Spanish Course for Teachers is intended not only to teachers but also to students who will be teachers in the future.
Programs like Alhambra Instituto’s Spanish Course for Teachers can be taken in groups or individually (every week of the year)
Spanish Courses for Teachers Utilizing Interactive Whiteboards in the Classroom. Learning by effective Utilization of Whiteboards & MultimediaTechnologies.
Technology has changed the teaching and learning of languages forever.
«Spanish for Teachers using Interactive Boards» are experiential and hands-on, and use multimedia, Smartboards & Promethean. Location: Malaga, Spain
Target Public: Experienced or inexperienced Spanish teachers teaching Spanish as a foreign language in non Spanish speaking countries.
Can be taken in groups (ask for starting dates) or individually (every week of the year)
Combined Spanish Course for Teachers as a Foreign Language
This course is suitable for teachers who are non-native speakers of Spanish and
- intend to teach their subject(s) through the medium of Spanish (ELE) or
- are planning to start teaching Spanish or
- need to develop their language skills in order to study relevant literature and publications in Spanish or to communicate within international projects.
Combined course – group lessons combined with private Spanish lessons for foreign teachers (tailor made) CONTACT
Erasmus + Programme
The new programme Erasmus Plus is open to public and private educational institutions who can apply for funding to study in other public or private educational institutions in Europe.
Erasmus Plus gives scholarships to teachers of Spanish from the EU (including Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey) to travel to Spain to improve their teaching skills in Spanish.
Teachers wishing to apply for funding for any of these courses may, if they wish, make application to enrol before submitting their Erasmus+ funding application and we will send enrolment documentation which may be submitted with the funding application.
If you are: 1) a school director: consider making an application for a group of your students to study Spanish with us or include more teachers in your 2-year language training programm; 2) a teacher: ask your Director to include a training course for you in the school’s Eramus+ application.
Each year there will be a deadline for school directors to present a 2-year training programme for as many of its teachers as they believe can benefit.