Frequently Asked Questions about our Spanish courses
How can I book my place?
SALT offers secure payment online through PayPal or in person during office hours. Please note that places are limited and we can only confirm your place on your chosen course once payment is complete.
Can I pay for my course online?
Yes, we offer secure payment through PayPal. You can pay online with major credit and debit cards or with a PayPal account. You can also make a bank transfer (BAC) if you prefer. Contact us for our account details.
Can I pay in person?
Yes, we accept cheques or cash during office hours. Cheques should be made payable to ‘SALT Edinburgh’. Do not post cash. Please note that places are limited and the best way to secure a place is using our secure online payment with PayPal.
Which level should I enrol on?
If you are unsure about which level would suit you best, you can contact us by phone or email, and one of our teachers will arrange an appointment with you for assessment. They will recommend which course would be best for you based on your current abilities.
What do I need for my class?
SALT prepares their own materials and handouts so you do not have to pay for any course textbooks. You may like to bring your own dictionary and pen/pencil
How can I contact you?
You can contact us by phone, email or using the form on the Contact page of this website. Alternatively, you can visit us at our office at Castle Terrace: SALT 12A Castle Terrace EH1 2DP Edinburgh 0131 228 6788 firstname.lastname@example.org
Is there a student discount?
Yes, SALT offers a discounted rate for students. Contact us directly to book your place. Proof of current matriculation must be provided.
What happens if I am unable to attend my lesson during a particular week?
If there is another group at the same level and there are places available, you are welcome to join to this group for one week. If this group is full, unfortunately you will not be able to attend that lesson but you can download the handouts and check on the Student Area the topics covered in the last lesson and which homework you have for next week.
I am unable to attend the full course, may I pay half term or the number of lessons that I am going to attend this term?
Sorry, no. Students have to pay full course and SALT is unable to make an exception under any circumstances. If you can only attend a small number of lessons, you may like to consider our private tuition.
I am a Spanish teacher, can I send you my CV?
SALT is currently not recruiting new teachers. But we are happy to receive your CV if you have a demonstrable experience teaching Spanish as a foreign language for more than two years in adult groups and private tuition. Same criterion of experience is applied for translators.