Spanish Language Schools in Spain located in Seville, Cadiz, and Malaga

Spanish and Demi-Pair

Demi-Pair Course in Seville

Become Demi-Pair, choose our Demi-Pair Course in Seville!

Weeks 4, 8 or 12 weeks of Spanish classes + family placement (minimum 12 weeks)
Lessons/Week 20 (50 min each)
Schedule 09.15-13.00h
Levels A2-C2
Minimum age 17
Others Single room accommodation in a host family
Full board and weekly pocket money included

Spanish + Demi-Pair Course in Seville

Combine 4, 8, or 12 weeks of Spanish class with a placement as a Demi-Pair in a Spanish family in Seville. What is demi-pair? You’ve probably heard of an au-pair before: someone who works for a family in a foreign country in exchange for room and board. Well, a demi-pair is the same thing, except you work a lot less!

The demi-pair course is a great option for anyone who likes kids and has experience caring for children. Don’t worry too much if you don’t have the experience, though.  You’ll learn fast on the job! It also cuts out a lot of stress, like looking for accommodations, since you’ll know exactly where you’ll be studying, working and living before you arrive in Seville. Your Spanish studies will be perfectly aligned with the opportunity to converse with your Spanish family outside of the classroom so it’s a real win-win situation for everyone.

Demi-Pair Course in Seville

Dates and prices 2024

Dates: Any Monday (Beginners: See blue dates in the calendar).

Spanish and demi-pair 2024
Weeks Price
4 1240€
8 1995€
12 2728€

About Our Spanish course


Why Seville?

Why wouldn’t you want to come to the land of sunshine? Yeah, that’s right, Seville is literally drenched in sun all year round. When you’re not studying or working with your family, you can spend your afternoons sunbathing on one of the hundreds of rooftop terraces in this city.

There’s literally so much to do and see in Seville that your Instagram won’t have a chance to breathe. Explore the winding alleyways and quaint streets, the tapas bars on almost every corner, the miles and miles of orange trees, and the beautiful walk down by the river. There’s no place quite like Seville. Why don’t you come and see for yourself?

What will I have to do?

The duties of a demi-pair are varied and rewarding. Basically, you’ll do it as a cultural exchange. While you’re living with the family, you’ll be considered part of the household and will be expected to help with childcare and some light household chores (but only during your working hours).

How much will I have to work?

As a demi-pair, you’ll only be expected to work up to 4 hours per day, with one or two days off a week. You’ll have at least one whole weekend off each month. In total, you’ll probably work approximately 20 hours per week. This leaves plenty of time free for studying Spanish, exploring Seville, and maybe even learning how to dance flamenco.

How does it work?

  1. Fill in the application form that we’ll send you and prepare a cover letter (aimed at your host-family) along with two reference letters, one personal and one detailing any childcare experience that you may have. Then send everything to us at CLIC.
  2. We take a look at your details and start contacting potential families.
  3. We’ll arrange a Skype interview for you with a host family.
  4. Then just wait for your formal confirmation of your course booking and demi-pair placement!

Important Information

The work you do for your family will be compensated with complimentary room and board in addition to a small allowance that you will receive.
Applications should be submitted at least 8 weeks in advance. All documents you use for the application may be written in English or Spanish. Your reference letters should not be written by a family member. They should be written by a former teacher or an employer, as an example.
Due to the nature of working with children, it’s likely that we will require some or all of the following documents as a security precaution before we can confirm your placement:

  • Photocopy of passport or national ID-Card.
  • Passport photo.
  • Medical certificate no older than 3 months before the start of your stay in Spain.
  • Criminal background check, issued by your local authorities and valid in Spain.
  • Photocopy of health insurance document, either private or public. (You should bring the original to Spain when you arrive).
  • Photocopy of your driver’s licence (if you have one).
  • Photocopy of your latest qualifications (first aid, childcare, languages, sports etc).
  • A selection of photos, for example with your family or friends, or, if possible, with children you have looked after before.

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