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English and Spanish Programmes Our language programmes are 100% based on the systems of validation of competence in language knowledge Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFRL), as we employ

Cambridge University Press and the Barron's Educational bibliographical resources in our teaching of English and Spanish, respectively.

In-House Panama counts on over 20 (twenty) English as a second (or foreign) language instructors and 12 Spanish for non Spanish-speakers with seasoned experience in the teaching of second languages and receiving on-going updating training on CEFRL parameters and standards of education.

Either in our office training rooms or at your place and at your time.

At In-House Panama, we are very keen to identify your language training needs (depending on Industry, Level of Competency, Business Activity, Expertise Focus and so forth) and hence design the best, cost effective language instructional programmes (Methodology, Instructional Resources and so forth)  endorsing your key firm's talents' career paths. This is why we are always willing to commit our time and interest to LISTENING with resounding attention to what you have in mind and in your plans as for people development.

Once a language training programme has started, we shall engage in periodical reporting to keep you informed of progress and performance. These reports are put together to include the following:

  • Attendance
  • Academic outcome
  • Final assessment by end of each level pinpointing both advancement made and areas of improvement to be tackled more emphatically aiming at overcoming them.

In-House Panama language programmes deploy creative learning activities aiming to improve the communicative skills, both socially, personally and professionally. This methodological approach is translated into maximisation of the learner’s fluency by applying language structures and functions in significant and practical situations, rather than by memorising tedious rigid grammatical formulae.


I. In-House Panama's Faculty Members' Profile

In-House Panama typical instructor meets the following professional criteria:

  • Majored in the teaching of the language s/he teaches,
  • Is a native English speaker or possesses perfect command of English; or,
  • Is a native Spanish speaker,
  • Has several years effectively teaching and making speak a myriad of people in general and professionals in particular,
  • Is student-focussed, shows awareness to cultural diversity, therefore displays a respectful, flexible, and warm demeanour while staying disciplined and demanding.

II. Added Values: (Other than the obvious money and time savings that In-House yields, by making productivity not to slip and not permitting your workforce to skip training based on any of the imaginable pretexts that can be made up).

  • Audio interface practical exercises
  • On-the-job practicum deploying language course content while performing the tasks and duties
  • Academic orientation targeting implementation of specified corrective or re-enforcing sessions for those needing the extra input.
  • From our start of operations, we have gained solid distinction thanks to the effectiveness of our corporate tailor-made training programmes which have allowed us to keep customer satisfaction and teaching standards high.
  • Free-of-charge placement test and communicational profile assessement
  • IN-HOUSE PANAMA EXCLUSIVE: Innovative rotational system of instructors by end of each level which according to neurolinguistics theory speeds up language acquisition by creating stimulus that varying the phonological and dialectal components can produce.




The Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFRL) is part of the Council of Europe's language policy project which provides a common basis for the elaboration of language programmes, curricular trends and foreign language learning manuals.

The CEFRL has defined the following six mastery levels (English):

A) Basic Speaker

A1 Breakthrough or beginner
A2 Waystage or elementary

B) Independent Speaker

B1 Threshold or pre-intermediate
B2 Vantage or intermediate

C) Proficient Speaker

C1 Effective Operational Proficiency or upper intermediate
C2 Mastery or advanced

For each of these levels, the frame defines the skills that the speaker must acquire in the following language competences:

  • Listening comprehension
  • Reading comprehension
  • Verbal interaction
  • Oral expression
  • Written expression


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