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Bachelor in Industrial Engineering (Other)
Certified in teaching aptitude (Other)
My name is Rosana and I am a Spanish native speaker. I lived all my live in Spain and worked in Madrid until I moved in the United States two months ago.
I am a college graduated with a Bachelor in Industrial Engineering, Industrial Electronics, by the University of Cantabria. In addition, I am Certified in Teaching Aptitude (CAP) by the University of Alcalá de Henares, and Certified in Project Management by the University of CEU San Pablo.
I have served in the Spanish Air Force for the last 14 years. I am very disciplined, patient and methodical.
Whether you need to improve your pronunciation or listening, to understand and use properly grammar/conjugation rules, to understand literature, idioms/familiar Spanish, or only brush up your Spanish, I can help you. I offer a 30 minutes free consultation to determine your needs. After this, I will work in your goals, interests and needs.
If you want to learn in a relaxed environment, boost your confidence and do better academically, let's set up an appointment. Contact me to discuss availability. My name is Rosana and I am a Spanish native speaker. I lived all my live in Spain and worked in Madrid until I moved in the United States two months ago.
I am a college graduated with a Bachelor in Industrial Engineering, Industrial Electronics, by the University of Cantabria.
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