Medical Spanish Short Courses

A Professional Qualification for Professional Participants

Overview

The series of short courses in Medical Spanish is offered at three different levels: Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced. Each level is subdivided into Phase I and Phase II, for a total of six separate short courses. Upon succesful completion of both phases of each level, the participant receives a certificate awarded by the CSL.

The Medical Spanish courses will cover everything the professional healthcare provider needs in the discharge of their duties, including practitioner to patient communication, interaction among professionals, research and much more in the foreign language as well as a cultural appropriateness and many other aspects of specialised communication.

Participants do not require any prior knowledge of Spanish to start. All the skills and knowledge will be acquired from the basic level throuth the intermediate and up to the advanced level at international standards.

Our levels

The Medical Spanish Beginner Phase (I) lays the foundation for specific communication in the health sector. No prior knowledge of Spanish is required.

Participants are able to communicate with Spanish-speaking patients, give advice, treatment and prescriptions based on clinical analysis, using specialised vocabulary and structures in the present and past tenses.

Schedule:

  • Class duration: 2 hrs
  • Lessons per week: 2
  • Course duration: 12 weeks
  • Age: 18+

Admission Requirements:

  • Completed registration form
  • A diploma in a medical field
  • A copy of the student’s ID
  • One passport photo (digital)

NOTE: All the requirements must be submitted together in a single email before the end of the registration period. 

The Medical Spanish Beginner Phase (II) broadens scope of communication to include exchanges in past, present and future tenses, conditionals, subjunctive, etc.

Participants are able to treat Spanish-speaking patients and explain and describe health problems and illnesses.

Schedule:

  • Class duration: 2 hrs
  • Lessons per week: 2
  • Course duration: 12 weeks
  • Age: 18+

Admission Requirements:

  • Completed registration form
  • A diploma in a medical field
  • Successful completion of the Medical Spanish Beginner Phase (I)
  • A copy of the student’s ID
  • One passport photo (digital)

NOTE: All the requirements must be submitted together in a single email before the end of the registration period. 

The Medical Spanish Intermediate Phase (I) fosters independent research and effective communication using specialised vocabulary and structures.

Participants begin to master nuances in grammar, expressions and vocabulary, and increase their level of fluency.

Schedule:

  • Class duration: 2 hrs
  • Lessons per week: 2
  • Course duration: 16 weeks
  • Age: 18+

Admission Requirements:

  • Completed registration form
  • Successful completion of the Medical Spanish Beginner Phase (II)
  • A diploma in a medical field
  • A copy of the student’s ID
  • One passport photo (digital)

NOTE: All the requirements must be submitted together in a single email before the end of the registration period. 

The Medical Spanish Intermediate Phase (II) increases capacity of participants to conduct independent research and free effective communication using specialised vocabulary and structures.

Participants continue to improve mastery of nuances in grammar, expressions and vocabulary, and increase their level of fluency.

Schedule:

  • Class duration: 2 hrs
  • Lessons per week: 2
  • Course duration: 16 weeks
  • Age: 18+

Admission Requirements:

  • Completed registration form
  • A diploma in a medical field
  • Successful completion of the Medical Spanish Intermediate Phase (I)
  • A copy of the student’s ID
  • One passport photo (digital)

NOTE: All the requirements must be submitted together in a single email before the end of the registration period. 

The Medical Spanish Advanced Phase (I) exposes participants to higher levels of grammar and specialised vocabulary.

Participants engage in more complex activities, such as formal writing, research reporting and speeches.

Schedule:

  • Class duration: 2 hrs
  • Lessons per week: 2
  • Course duration: 20 weeks
  • Age: 18+

Admission Requirements:

  • Completed registration form
  • A diploma in a medical field
  • Successful completion of the Medical Spanish Intermediate Phase (II)
  • A copy of the student’s ID
  • One passport photo (digital)

NOTE: All the requirements must be submitted together in a single email before the end of the registration period. 

The Medical Spanish Advanced Phase (II) exposes participants to higher levels of grammar and specialised vocabulary.

Prepares participants for external examinations leading to the attainment of international certification.

Participants engage in more complex activities, such as formal writing, research reporting and speeches.

Schedule:

  • Class duration: 2 hrs
  • Lessons per week: 2
  • Course duration: 20 weeks
  • Age: 18+

Admission Requirements:

  • Completed registration form
  • A diploma in a medical field
  • Successful completion of the Medical Spanish Advanced Phase (I)
  • A copy of the student’s ID
  • One passport photo (digital)

NOTE: All the requirements must be submitted together in a single email before the end of the registration period. 

  • Medical professionals who wish to expand their career opportunities by acquiring the ability to work cross-culturally
  • Government and non-governmental agency representatives working in the medical field in Spanish-speaking regions who need to be able to communicate at all levels
  • Medical professionals who wish to work with Spanish-speaking professionals
  • Medical professionals looking to prepare themselves for a competitive global market

Some of the evaluation components include group projects, assignments, oral presentations and tests in the four language skills: Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing.

At the end of each level (Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced), participants will receive a Certificate of Completion awarded by the CSL. On partial completion of a level (Phase I) participants may obtain a Transcript on request. In order to obtain a Pass, students must obtain at least 60% of the overall grade. 

DISCLAIMER:

  • There is a non-negotiable $US 75.00 bank charge for all transfers from non local bank accounts.
  • The School will not be responsible for transfer of money in wrong account. Please double check the details before sending.

Submission of payment receipt:

  • A copy of the relevant payment receipt must be submitted by the deadline aforesaid with the following information:
    1.Student Name, 2. Course Name, 3. Purpose of Payment, 4. Voucher/Transit no. 5. Bank name

PAYMENT PLANS

  • Registration fee (non-refundable): $US 32 ($TT 220)
  • Late registration fee (if applicable): $US 16 ($TT 110)
  • Instructional materials: TBA

TUITION FEES

Beginner Phase IBeginner Phase IIIntermediate Phase I

Total: $US 340 / $TT 2310

Monthly: $US 130 / $TT 885

Total: $US 340 / $TT 2310

Monthly: $US 130 / $TT 885

Total: $US 460/ $TT 3120

Monthly: $US 170 / $TT 1155

Intermediate Phase IIAdvanced Phase IAdvanced Phase II

Total: $US 460 / $TT 3120

Monthly: $US 170 / $TT 1155

Total: $US 595 / $TT 4035

Monthly: $US 202 / $TT 1380

Total: $US 595 / $TT 4035

Monthly: $US 202 / $TT 1380

Late fee on monthly payment (if applicable): 

  • For Beginner Phase I or Phase II: $US 22 ($TT 150)​
  • For Intermediate Phase I or Phase II: $US 27 ($TT 180)​
  • For Advanced Phase I or Phase II: $US 32 ($TT 220)​

Ensure effective communication between providers and patients

AVAILABLE WORLDWIDE

Strengthen relationships with Spanish-speaking patients showing a true interest in the Spanish language and culture.

Improve competitiveness in the job market