Hi there, @Avioleo!
Running through the list of trainers, I can’t seem to find any who are based in Portugal or speak Portuguese. There are most likely a couple, but I’m not able to say any names off the top of my head. In order to maximize your chances of getting a trainer who speaks the language, I recommend entering your country of choice when it asks for your country/timezone, as this tells the training team much more about your English vocabulary than a timezone does.
Please keep in mind that you’re expected to have a basic comprehension of English as an IFATC. I would advise your Portuguese/Brazilian compatriots to fill out a form for training if they can speak a little English. We generally leave the training to qualified trainers who know their stuff, but the good part is, they’re a resourceful team. I’m sure they’ll find a way to communicate with non-native English speakers; after all, it can’t be the first time a language barrier has gotten in the way. :)
If you have any further questions or concerns, feel free to ask. I hope to see you among our ranks in the near future!