Our Training

Our commitment

We undertake to offer:

  • high-quality lessons led by qualified and experienced teachers;
  • lessons for all levels, from beginners A1 to accomplished speakers C2;
  • content tailored to trainees’ expectations and professional needs;
  • courses based on the internationally-recognised CEFR* scale recommended by the European Council.

A flexible, tailor-made service

Use our expertise to make your company higher performing and more competitive. Discover our flexible, tailor-made services: individual or small-group lessons; at the place of your choice, distance-learning or a mixture of the two.

Choose your days and hours as well as the content of your lessons: from French specific to professional situations (verbal/written) or everyday French (life in Brussels, oral practice, administrative letters, etc.).

Personalised assistance

We analyse your goal and your professional background in order to propose tailor-made training. Through this, benefit from personalised monitoring, regular reports and an end of course assessment, enabling you to measure your staff’s progress.

You can also opt for sitting an official certification or test, such as DELF-DALF or TCF

Benefit from our professional know-how

Our training in French as a foreign language will enable your staff to develop a number of skills, as well as an ability to adapt to various situations of communication in French, related to the business sector of your company:

  • acquiring technical language skills relating to your professional field (vocabulary, types of discourse)
  • developing intercultural skills to ensure you are in tune with those with whom you interact (references, context, challenges)
  • writing effective business correspondence (emails, notes, reports, agendas, formal letters)
  • interacting with your French-speaking colleagues and professional contacts (meetings, discussions, interviews, telephone conversations)
  • understanding French-language media (written press, radio, reports) - speaking with ease in formal situations (speeches, conferences, declarations, presentations)
  • speaking French in informal situations (cocktails, lunches, social gatherings, conversations)

*The Common European Framework of Reference for languages provides common guidelines for the design of language courses and diploma and certificate programmes. The framework defines three levels: basic (A1-A2), independent (B1-B2) and proficient (C1-C2).