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Formal recognition of your experience as a Langugae Assistant abroad

I am a Language Assistant, how do I obtain my diploma?

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3 Click Request diploma
4 Make the payment online
5 Receive the diploma


Who endoreses my diploma?

The diploma is officially accredited by EIS and the Educational Centre in charge of evaluating the Language Assistant. 

What skills are recognised within the diploma? 

  • Leadership
  •  Effective communication
  • Design and structuring of the curriculum
  •  Managing class discipline
  • Creativity
  • Organisation

What funtions/skilss are recognised in my diploma?

  •  Working with the teacher in the classroom. 
  •  Working in an independent way with small groups of students -paying special attention to oral skills.
  •  Help prepare students for oral exams.
  •  Contribute to interdisciplinary work in collaboration with other subjects.
  •  Develop different types of activities in the foreign language with communication tools: (clubs, workshops, sport activties, etc).
  •  Support the creation and development of international projects.
  • Act as an ambassador of your own culture. 


Why request the diploma?

Official recognition

The Erasmus In School diploma means official recognition of teaching experience in a foreign country as a Language Assistant.

100% practical training recognised

The best way to learn ro ride a bike is... riding! Similarly, the best way to learn a language is by oing to classes and taking action. 

Innovative approach recognised 

The EIS program is focused on the teaching and learning of a foreign language in the same way that each one of us learn our native language, talking with natives. 

Recognised global vision

The EIS  program offers:
- Knowledge of other educational systems.
- Accesss to good teaching practices.
-Inter-cultural exchanges. 

Recognised teaching mentor scheme 

The EIS program offers constant mentorhsip by a professional language teacher, and that includes his/her as a guide for the Language Assistant and to help develop all his/her potential.  

Recognised adaptability

Living in a foreign country is always a challenge and takes you to the limits of adapting to change and learning.