2017 Course Schedule – TBD
Spanish for Nurses – Part 1: Prepares non-Spanish-speaking nurses to provide medical care to Spanish-speaking patients in medical office settings and hospitals. In addition to workplace Spanish, this program provides transcultural training for nurses and future nurses. Emphasis is placed on enhancing the quality of patient care through communication.
Spanish for Nurses – Part 2: This course will use the same book from Part 1 and will complete the remaining chapters.
Spanish for Nurses detailed course description and REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS, click here.
Spanish in the Workplace – Part 1: This program prepares non-Spanish-speaking supervisors, managers, and business owners to be able to address general communication aspects that are most needed in the workplace environment. This course enables supervisors to handle the basics of hiring and firing, scheduling medical emergencies, safety concerns, and other aspects of businesses. This course provides fundamental training and will not be addressing any specific industry, profession, or field. Information provided in this course is widely applicable for communication with individuals from many different Hispanic groups.
Spanish in the Workplace – Part 2: This course will use the same book from Part 1 and will complete the remaining chapters.
Spanish in the Workplace detailed course description and REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS, click here.
Courses will be taught by Karina Sloan who is a certified Command Spanish instructor. Please see Professor Sloan’s bio below.