Course Key Information

Duration: 7 days
Location: Spain
UK/EU fee: 560€
Start Date: October 2022



B1 ENGLISH course will attend sessions during 2023 in following dates:

Spain – Alicante
From Sunday 2nd April to Saturday 8th
From Sunday 9th July to Saturday 15th
From Sunday 16th July to Saturday 22nd
From Sunday 8th October to Saturday 14th
From Sunday 29th October to Saturday 4th November
From Sunday 3rd December to Saturday 9th

Why choose

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The importance of learning English is based on the fact that English is the language of international communication, commerce and finance.
The participants will be able to:

Course Details

B1 english course: basic to lower intermediate level

The English lower intermediate level course (A2-B1) is a basic English level course which is mainly focused on improving, in general terms, all the different skills which are within a language: Reading, Writing, Speaking and Listening and its main aim is to achieve the level for A2-B1 official examinations.

As we all know, one week is not enough to achieve such an important and relevant aim, as A2-B1 level of any language is quite an interesting level, but students will learn the different strategies and procedures to take into account when facing this kind of exams. It is commonly known that there exists a huge range of available resources not only in internet, but also in millions of English books, but the main issue that we will work on is to decide which useful resources are and how to use them correctly in order to prepare an official exam, and to improve our level.

The course is focused on the different skills of the English language, taking into account different strategies, for example the steps we need to follow when facing a writing, or how to analyse a listening, working on scanning and skimming, among others… The best way to face a challenge, as it could be the achievement of the A2-B1 English level, is working on it developing the different skills using the best resources and strategies and at the same time, having fun with different people whose aim is the same as ours.

Have you ever been involved in this kind of activities? Having fun will be our main goal, a didactic atmosphere and good conditions for learning oral and written skills in a foreign language will be guaranteed.

Our goal is that you enjoy this experience, and you take advantage of sharing it with other people with same goals as you from different countries, cooperating on the same goal, fostering integration and diversity which allow you to learn not only a language, but also cultural aspects, which is something so enriching and motivating.


The methodology of this course is focused in the development and achievement of the linguistic competence. We will work a foreign language and resolve the associated problems that may arise in translation and communication. We will not only work in linguistics troubles, but it would be also a useful feedback exercise for the instructors in identifying common grammatical problems that participants may have, while at the same time providing opportunity to practice using different formats.

The methodology is also focus on the practice of the different exercises of the exam, apart from achieving the different grammar aspects, and also, all official English tittles follow an structure, that is why we will work on following models examples of exams of the same tittle as you are preparing, getting the level required. Reading and writing exam models to prepare these two skills, and regarding the speaking and listening skills, every day conversation and dialogue will take place, encouraging everyone to speak, not only about common and daily issues, but also different uncommon topics as we mentioned before.

In the second part of the course, Real learning will take place, where students will have to face real communication situations, inside and also outside the classroom. When the course takes place in English speaking countries, our main goal will be to practice the language with outdoors activities, with native speakers, in real situations of everyday life: supermarkets, Post office, Train station…

Grammar aspects and all concepts which contains the A2-B1 English level will be practiced with different resources such as games or songs, which may be very useful to adapt them in our daily routine, when teaching contents to our students. As we all know, the promoting of new ways of teaching is something that we all should work on, that is why some new methods will be presented.

Costs and erasmus funding

The cost of the seven day course is 560€, including course fee, certification and support fee, cultural and sport activities in the city. You will also receive a certificate of attendance. The cost includes arrival on Sunday and departure on Saturday. The company offers an Optional cultural package to deepen in relationship between all participants.

The training course is tailored to be fully funded by Erasmus + to teachers, trainers, headmasters and any other staff of education organizations. Furthermore trainers can help in Key Action 1 Application to ensure that participants can get the grant and could be eligible to receive an Erasmus + grant that cover all the costs of the course.

Main objetives

According to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) the main objectives of A2-B1 level are:

Moreover, at the end of the course, participants will be able to:

Daily Programme

Activities scheduled:

• Initial test whose aim to check the students level as a starting point.
• Meeting and greeting.
• Individual orientation and information about the venue and the city.
• Reception of all course material.
• Working with news. Relevant vocabulary and pronunciation.
• Practice: Use of English.
• Group activities to review the main concepts in an enjoyable way.
• Final task presentation. Students present the projects.
• Time for discussing dissemination strategies.
• Course evaluation.
• Presentation of participants’ works.
• Releasing of official course certifications.
• Participants departure.

Complementary activities (reading):

Practice Reading in English by, for example, reading English websites, newspapers or magazines- look for subjects in English that interest you.
- Try to understand the meaning of words you don´t know. Look at the whole sentence, the paragraph and the context and try to think of possible meanings of the word.
- Practice highlighting words or phrases that you think are important for your answer.

- Practice writing in three stages:
- Plan what you want to write.
- Write your answer
- Check your writing/answer.
- Check your work to see if it is : Organised, appropiate, accurate and legible. The four main aspects to take into account.
- Important to create a previous planning notes before writing the task.
- Practice doing samples exams.
- Practice writing in English outside class, for example, writing reviews of films you have seen or books you have read, writing emails or messages to friends in English.

- Be prepared to talk about all the conversation subject areas.
- Think about what questions the examiner could ask about the different conversation subject areas.

- Practice listening to recorded English.
- Try to listen to different devices such as radios or different podcast.
- Practice listening taking notes while you listen.
- And don’t try to write down and understand from the listening everything you hear, you don´t need 100% of the information.


Meet Our Teaching Staff

Vicente Morales
Javier Garcia

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Typical offer

A Level Grades:    BBC

BTEC Grades:     DMM

Points Required:    112


Essential Subjects

Mathematics National 5 (B), Intermediate 2 (C), Standard Grade (3),
GCSE (C/4) or equivalent.

Points can be from any qualification on the UCAS tariff, but must
include at least 80 points from

Typical offer

A Level Grades:    BBC

BTEC Grades:     DMM

Points Required:    112


Essential Subjects

Mathematics National 5 (B), Intermediate 2 (C), Standard Grade (3),
GCSE (C/4) or equivalent.

Points can be from any qualification on the UCAS tariff, but must
include at least 80 points from