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Promotion in the city of Santo Domingo
Last week representatives of Mandarin Centers Institute in Latin America had the opportunity to make several visits to educational institutions in the city of Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic), as part of the promotional campaign that the entity is carrying out in different countries (including Colombia, Chile, Mexico, Costa Rica and Peru).
The Mandarin Centers Institute delegation was led by Dr. Aurora Ocón, head of business development for all Spanish-speaking countries, who traveled directly from the headquarters in Spain to coordinate all the presentations to the numerous schools and universities that have expressed interest in the Mandarin Chinese services provided by the company.
In this sense, Mandarin Centers Institute has a training outsourcingservice specifically designed for educational institutions, adjusting to the needs of each institution, whether it is in curricular or extracurricular mode.
This service covers from the design and programming of the activity to the selection of teachers, tutoring, didactic materials, etc.
One of the main problems when an educational institution considers offering Chinese as part of its training program is the difficulty of finding qualified and experienced teachers.
This is where Mandarin Centers Institute offers a differentiating service. Mandarin Centers Institute has a large staff of teachers specialized in teaching Chinese to Spanish speakers.
In addition to the advantage for an educational center to have a program that meets all the objectives set by the official curriculum of Chinese as well as a quality control service where teachers are continuously monitored.
The training outsourcing service provided by Mandarin Centers Institute is backed by more than 15 years of experience through its parent company in Spain, with more than 100 educational institutions (schools, universities, business schools, etc.) managed throughout all these years.