Courses at Ayrshire College

Spanish Beginners 1 (no previous language experience)

Campus Attendance Start Date
Ayr
09: Evenings only and Weekends 07-Sep-2017 Book

SCQF level

Level 5

Attendance/Duration

This course is on a Thursday evening between 6pm - 8pm for 15 weeks.

Campus/Course Availability

Ayr

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This course is aimed at absolute beginners but is also suitable for those with very limited knowledge of the language or for those who studied Spanish some time ago.

What's Involved

You will learn Spanish in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere which will enhance your holiday experience and can improve your employment prospects.

You will cover topics such as talking about yourself and your family as well as work and leisure activities.

This course will not only improve your language ability but also give you a deeper understanding of life and culture in Spanish speaking countries.

You will have the opportunity to progress to the Spanish Beginners 2 class where you will consolidate the basic skills acquired in this class and will cover new topics.

Cost

£90.00.

This course is eligible for Individual Learning Account (ILA) or Fee Waiver, depending on individual circumstances. For further information on funding go to Courses then Evening Classes. Apply for your funding now to ensure it is in place before your course starts.

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