Registration open for the WWU Employee Language Program workshops

Western Community,

Registration is open for the Western Washington University Employee Language Program workshops, with sessions starting the second week of winter quarter.

Open to all Western employees, these workshops support faculty and staff through professional development, and encourage multicultural outreach and awareness. Language learners of all levels are welcome.

For workshop level descriptions and recommended preparation, please visit the descriptions on the program curriculum page.


There are no registration fees for these workshops.


Winter workshops will begin the week of January11.


  • Spanish: Level 1: Basic Conversation
    Online (1/11-3/12)
  • Spanish: Level 2: Basic Conversation
    Online (1/11-3/12)
  • Spanish: Level 3: Written and Oral Communication Workshop
    Online (1/11-3/12)
  • Spanish: Conversation Partners
    Online (1/11-3/12)

French Workshops

  • French: Level 1: Culture and Conversation
    Online (1/11-3/12)
  • French: Level 2: Culture and Conversation
    Online (1/11-3/12)
  • French: Conversation Partners
    Online (1/11-3/12)

English Workshops

Those interested in participating in an Occupational English workshop should contact the Employee Language Program at

Check out the perspectives of the Western Employee Language Program Facilitators in this short video.

Be sure to communicate with your supervisor prior to registering for a workshop; if you have additional questions, a FAQ page is available on the program website. For more information about the program, please visit the program webpage.

Employee Language ProgramWestern Washington University
Phone:360-650-3308 | Web

The WWU Employee Language Program is an initiative put forth by the Office of the President to support Western faculty and staff through professional development and to encourage multicultural outreach and awareness. The workshops are the result of a combined effort by the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, the Department of Modern and Classical Languages, and Outreach and Continuing Education.