Objectives & program
Emphasis is placed on expression, understanding and interaction in the many situations of daily life.
A series of communication themes leads students to progressively develop their ability to interact in concrete situations.
The covered themes are those of social, cultural and private life, leisure activities, the professional world, …
The course is given as much as possible in the target language in order to optimize the acquisition of skills.
Language elements such as vocabulary, phonology, grammar and spelling are integrated into the various activities.
The training consists of 2 levels of 120 hours each.
Be at least 16 years old (15 under conditions) and :
For level 1 : mastery, in their native language, basic reading and writing skills.
For level 2 : pass a level 1 test.
Mondays and Thursdays, 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Level 1 : 14/9/2020 to the end of January
Level 2 : end of January to end of June
Attestations of success recognized by the French Community.
Language – Elementary level UE1 and UE2.
Correspondence with the CEFR: Levels A1 and A2
No appointment necessary : Monday to Thursday from 5:00 pm to 9:30 pm.
By appointment only : Fridays afternoon
Extended timetable from 21 August to the end of September, Monday to Friday, 2.30 pm to 9.30 pm.
Registrations start the first half of June & on July 1st and 2nd and from August 21.
The number of places is limited.
Documents required for registration
Identity document (still valid).
The registration fee (Bancontact priority) : Depending on the case ;
or the totality of the reduced rate,
or at least half of the full price (balance to be paid before the start of the course via bank account).
A copy of the diploma is desirable but not essential.
Level 1 or Level 2 : 95 €
2 levels in the same academic year : 163 € (payable in 2 instalments)
Some additional price could be expected – for non european people – depending of the type of ID card, passport, …
Reduced rate : 40 € per module if conditions are met at the 1°/10° of the training for :
the fully unemployed who have been compensated ;
persons benefiting from the ‘R.I.S.’ of a CPAS ;
minors (under 18 years of age) ;
persons with disabilities who provide documentary evidence (right to reasonable accommodation) ;
persons subject to an obligation imposed by a public authority.