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Spanish Teachers?

Post by joe75 » Mon Feb 13, 2006 9:57 pm

Hi all,

Has anyone used a good teacher or Spanish school here in PV? I have 11 volunteers arriving from England in April that each need 20hrs of lessons. I just used 2 guys for my current group of volunteers and they were not the best teachers(!)

Any ideas?

Thanks

Joe

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Post by joe75 » Mon Feb 13, 2006 10:37 pm

tried them.......5 weeks later theys till have not got back to me plus they were VERY expensive!

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Post by palapa_gal » Mon Feb 13, 2006 11:06 pm

You are in PV yes? If you want answers why don't you go to the school and talk to them in person. Also, maybe if you talked to them and told them about your org. and what you are after you might get a better deal then what is advertised on their website.

Just a thought.

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Post by joe75 » Tue Feb 14, 2006 5:52 pm

yeah I understand...was there for hr with the UK director of the company.....the school where not really interested in doing business at a better rate. They said they would get back to use and never did.
We have also used them in the past and found them not to be very flexible or all that great , but VERY expensive.

I was hopeing to find some other teachers.....they do not have to do a proper course just someone with an eduction that can help my volunteers.

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