WDCE Pronto Spanish Online Courses
Learn Spanish on your terms and on your schedule. All self-paced courses include basic greetings and general Spanish vocabulary to help you communicate your best at work. To register for these $129 courses, please contact us.
Spanish for Banking
Customer service terms, phrases dealing with opening an account, cashing a check, depositing a check, withdrawals and transfers, applications and general banking vocabulary.
Spanish for Construction
Building areas, hand tools, power tools, construction equipment, building supplies, hardware, landscaping, painting, and electrical terms, safety equipment and supervisory expressions.
Spanish for Educators
Classroom, front-office, study skills, registration, school rules and behavior terminology. Ideal for teachers, administrators, and school support staff.
Spanish for EMTs and Paramedics
Common injuries, water emergencies, body parts, organs, patient examination, pain descriptions, patient care, intake information, medical history and insurance terminology.
Spanish for Firefighters
Vocabulary and phrases to better discuss fire and life safety inspections, water emergencies, general emergencies and common injuries, medical vocabulary, intake information, building areas, directions and safety equipment.
Spanish for Food Service
Menu terms, meats, seafood, fruits, vegetables, beverages, service station, condiments, types of china and flatware, room set-up and cleaning supplies. For restaurant managers, wait staff, cooks and anyone working in food service.
Spanish for Health Care
Admissions and registration procedures, body parts, organs, emergencies, common injuries, medical history, the patient examination, pain, care, discharge instructions, prescriptions and insurance vocabulary.
Spanish for Hospitality
Housekeeping terms, cleaning supplies, maintenance, grounds keeping, basic hiring, interview questions, pay, job training, and performance expectations.
Spanish for Human Resources
Job applications, hiring, interview questions, data verification, payroll, benefits, medical insurance, training, rules, complaints, job expectations and performance evaluation.
Spanish for Law Enforcement
Interview people, give law enforcement commands, discuss traffic laws and problems, along with weapons, accidents and injuries, people descriptions and the Miranda warning.
Spanish for Manufacturing
Factory vocabulary, common commands, hand tools, power tools, supplies and materials, hardware, clean-up terms, measurements, safety equipment, job expectations, job performance, supervisory terms, schedules and hazardous materials.
Spanish for Public Safety Officers
Survival words, commands, Miranda warning, characteristics, directions, emergencies, common injuries, terms used in law enforcement, firefighting and paramedic careers.
Spanish for Social Services
Interview phrases, outreach visit, insurance terms, medical history, feelings, agency services, common places, accidents/common injuries and emergencies.
Spanish for Warehouses and Distribution Centers
Terms used in warehousing, equipment, safety, numbers, time, calendar, supplies and material handling.
Spanish for the Workplace
Common Spanish words and phrases used in the workplace.