Santa Maria la Menor

First Catedral of New World, located short distance from Hispaniola Spanish Language School More »

Orphanage Centro Roberto

Students visiting the orphanage in Boya, Dominican Republic with Hispaniola Spanish Language School More »

Palacio Nacional

Visit to National House, where President of Republic lives More »

Santa Maria la Menor

Night view of the beautiful cathedral More »

Hispaniola Spanish Language School

Coffee break at Hispaniola Spanish Language School More »

Reloj del Sol

Sundial from the time of the Spanish Colony. It is a fine show in Plaza de España More »

An hidden secret in Dominican Republic. More »

One of the best beaches in Dominican Republic and in the world. More »




Starting dates: every weekday
Duration: min 10 hours
Lessons: 1 to 5 per day, 5 to 20 per week
Skill levels: from the 3rd ability level on.
Class size: one
Special course designed for all professionals of emergency situations where Hispanics are involved. May be police, army, Red Cross, firemen, ambulance personnel, or members of any organizations that are trained to manage situations such as criminal events, natural disasters, and accidents–anyone who needs to communicate orders or commands during emergencies.

The course covers terminology of the most common weapons to general anatomy, military/police commands, bad words, most common crimes, and so on, and has segments on general Hispanic lifestyle and point of view.

This course is not, however, an action training program and there are no practical sections. The course focuses on the linguistic and cultural aspects of emergency management as it relates to Hispanics. The goal is to give students the basic elements that can help them to better understand, interact and communicate with Hispanic people in emergency situations, thus to manage emergencies more efficiently. This course is organized on a one-to-one student/teacher ratio and held all year around in 2 levels. Each level lasts 10 lessons. Starting dates and schedule are custom and arranged between school and student with a minimum pre-enrollment of 2 weeks. Minimum 10 lessons, max 20 lessons.
Lunch with teacher

If you wish, the private tutorial can also be organized to include lunch with your teacher. Thus you are able to continue practicing the new language during the lunch-break. Quotation on request.