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Corporate Courses

Does your company have language barriers when interacting with Hispanic clients?

  • Our program and classes follow the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages). It is an international standard for describing language ability.

  • Our classes are tailored to meet your employees' and business operations' specific needs and goals.

  • Your employees will be better equipped to serve Spanish-speaking customers, increasing customer satisfaction and loyalty.

  • We focus on understanding Spanish-speaking cultures and customs in today's global business environment.

  • We offer flexible scheduling and delivery methods that accommodate employees' work schedules and learning preferences.

  • Competitive pricing and value-added services demonstrate a cost-effective investment for the business.


Our Spanish classes include

  • Spanish for Business 

  • Spanish for Customer Service (Retail Industry, Restaurants, Hotels, Banking, etc.)

  • Spanish for Real Estate Agents and Property Managers.  

  • Spanish for Human Resources.

  • Spanish for Construction.

  • Spanish for those employees who have a specific Spanish goal, need individualized attention or have a time frame to reach their Spanish goals.

We can design any specific course your organization needs.

For prices and details please contact us at
346-247-9306 or


Interesting Facts

U.S. Latino economic output would rank 5th in world GDP, according to new study .“We’re talking about not just population growth and workforce growth, but also economic growth," said Sol Trujillo of the Latino Donor Collaborative.

The report is based on data from 2020, the most recent year for which information is publicly available. It includes data from the Census Bureau, the Bureau of Economic Analysis and the Bureau of Labor Statistics, among others.

“U.S. Latinos are leading the growth in every category. This is why every business needs to understand that investing in this cohort and catalyzing more growth is essential for shareholders, employees and customers,” Trujillo said.

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