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Part-time Spanish Teacher Training Course in Seville

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Extensive Spanish Teacher Training Course in CLIC Seville

Part-time Spanish Teacher Training Course in Seville


The content of this course is exactly the same as our Intensive Spanish Teacher Training course, but it’s designed for people who only have availability in the evenings and is spread across 10 weeks instead of 4. You will learn essential teaching skills and get to practise these skills on our willing volunteer foreign students (honestly, we don’t even have to force them) on this extensive Spanish teacher training course in Seville.Extensive Spanish Teacher Training Course in CLIC Seville

Countless studies have proven time and time again that we learn best how to do something by actually doing it. Reading textbooks and writing notes is important to build a theoretical foundation, but if you want all that information to sink in, you’ve gotta use it! On your extensive Spanish teacher training course in Seville, you’ll learn from experienced and passionate teachers, practise those skills on real students, and then receive vital feedback and discussion from your teacher and classmates. By the time it comes to teach a real class of your very own, the practice you’ve had at CLIC Seville will be invaluable!

Why CLIC Seville?

You want to be sure that you’re being taught how to teach by teachers who know what they’re actually talking about, right? Then what better place to become a teacher than in a language school that sees thousands and thousands of students visit us all year round. We’re kind of experts at the whole “teaching Spanish” thing. We do it literally every day.

When it comes to teaching Spanish, you will be learning from teachers and a school that has spent years perfecting its teaching methodologies and practices. And do you want to know the best thing? We’re going to teach you everything we know! We’ve spent decades discovering the best teaching methods so you don’t have to. Aren’t you lucky?

And let’s not forget one of the best things about learning Spanish teacher training in a language school – all the students! We have hundreds of Spanish language students who are more than eager to get some extra classes in with a trainee teacher. It’s a win-win situation for everybody.

What does the course cover?

  • Teacher’s portfolio.
  • The objectives and approaches to teaching a foreign language.
  • The teacher’s role in the classroom
  • How to introduce new language.
  • Exercises for teaching form.
  • Exercises for improving communication.
  • Classroom management.
  • Class planning.
  • Analysing language.
  • Intercultural skills.
  • Teaching vocabulary.
  • Teaching pronunciation.
  • Evaluating and correcting errors.
  • Teaching Spanish for specific purposes.
  • And more!

How is the course structured?

Classes will be held Monday to Thursday from 17:30 to 20:50.

Weeks 1-5

Study essential theories and methods for teaching Spanish as a foreign language. Learn everything you need to prepare you for the practical section of the course.

Weeks 6-8

Put everything you’ve learned into practice. Teach volunteer foreign students and receive invaluable feedback and discussion from your teacher and classmates.

Weeks 9-10

Reflect on and consolidate everything you’ve learned on the course.

*Schedules are indicative and may change depending on the needs of each course.

Is this course accredited?

Yes. This course is accredited by La Universidad de Barcelona, through El Instituto de Formación Continua IL3. It’s worth 6 official ECTS credits.

What are ECTS credits?

ECTS stands for European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System, the system used by the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) to regulate and guarantee the quality of certified studies.

Each ECTS credit corresponds to at least 25 hours of work, including not only hours spent in class but also hours spent studying and completing tasks.

What will I receive at the end of my course?

You’ll obtain an International House certificate at the end of your course if you’ve attended at least 90% of the theory classes and 100% of the practical classes. We’ll also give you a detailed and personalised report.

For those looking to gain the certificate for 6 ECTS credits, you need to pass the course. If you don’t pass, you’ll receive a certificate of attendance detailing the number of hours in the course.

What is the teacher’s portfolio?

Your teacher’s portfolio is a reflection of everything you’ve learned and achieved while studying with us. It must be submitted on the final day of your course and it will be used to determine your final grade, along with your progress report. This final grade is essential if you want to be recognised for 6 ECTS credits.

FELE Extensive course (1390€)
Start date End date Availability

Course features

  • 150-hour course (10 weeks)
  • Class schedule: 17:30 to 20:50
  • 18 participants (methodology)/6 participants (practical)
  • Minimum recommended age: 21
  • Includes teaching practice with volunteer foreign students
  • A university degree is not required


What our students say

The course seemed very good and as I said the last day exceeded my expectations. I really liked that it could be adjusted to our needs and allowed us to attend several observation classes.
Not only the material was very clear but also the teacher explains it in a very simple way.
Actually, I ended up very happy and immediately recommended it to a Spanish friend who is starting to teach Spanish here. Not only did the content seem good, but also the willingness to help us.
Thanks and best regards

Miguel Valero

Professor of Spanish in China

First of all, I would like to thank the tutor for all the help given throughout the extensive course. In my humble opinion, the course is really useful to train potential teachers of Spanish as a foreign language. The fact that I was able to do it in the afternoon to do the course and combine it with my work has been one of the aspects that has helped me the most and one of the possible success factors of the course, since we are working in some other thing we do not have too much time to comply with pre-established schedules and restricted schedules.
The course seemed totally appropriate to the idea of ​​teacher training and I hope that in the not too distant future I can make practical use of the knowledge acquired in it. For all this, I can only congratulate you for the magnificent work done.

Rocío Collado

Spanish Teacher in Vietnam