(FSL) French As Second Language Certificate (Combo Course)
This course consists all four levels.
The applicant may register on a single level course basis from the 4 levels or
This course is intended for students who already have a high intermediate to advanced level in French. It allows them to practice their oral skills at that level and to gain more vocabulary and more confidence in using the language in a very broad variety of situations.
This course is intended for intermediate students in French. It allows them to practice their oral skills at a level with which they are comfortable and to gain more fluency and more confidence in using the language in a broad variety of familiar situations.
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Students who wish to study in a program where they can move steadily from one level to the next without interruption and where the emphasis is also put on the time & cost savings are encouraged to take the following Combo Course.
This course is intended for near-beginners in French. It allows them to practice their oral skills at a level with which they are comfortable and to gain more fluency and more confidence in using the language in a variety of basic day-to-day situations.
FRENCH LANGUAGE - Parlez-vous français?
French is one of the two official languages of Canada and is spoken by close to 200 million people worldwide. It’s also an official language of the United Nations, the European Union, UNESCO, NATO and the International Olympic Committee.
At C.C.E.C's Language Continuing Studies, you can learn French in a friendly, supportive learning atmosphere. Our French language programs offer:
We have French-language courses and programs for every skill level, from casual beginners to people seeking French language credentials for professional development. Take a single basic certification course, work through the full advance level certification program or combo certification program having all levels.
Studying French at C.C.E.C. is easier than you think.
Learn to speak French, or improve your French language proficiency, and gain a detailed knowledge of Francophone cultures in Canada and around the world. C.C.E.C. ‘s non-credit/Non-Vocational Certificate programs are open to adults at all levels of proficiency. C.C.E.C. language training programs are designed to meet the needs of a wide audience from working professionals, to lifelong learners, to people who are new to Canada, to parents with children in French immersion—anyone wanting to confidently and competently develop fluency in French.
C.C.E.C. ‘s non-credit/Non-Vocational Certificate programs are for adults at all levels of proficiency. They feature five levels; each level has its own proficiency level and duration to complete.
As participants can enter the program at any level, based on an initial level assessment, the respect program can be completed in 4 to 12 weeks each.
Formats and estimated schedule:
In-Class from Vaughan, Ontario Campus: On Campus evening classes are offered at all levels, and a daytime option is offered at some levels if enrolment permits.
Online via distance education - web (OLMS) from anywhere in Canada or world: The online classes and based on student’s own time pace and self-study having instructors available to assist and
The mandate of language instructional training program is to provide members of the community with a language learning opportunity to achieve a command of the French language and a detailed knowledge of the Francophone culture in Canada and in the world.
This program is mainly designed for professionals and individuals who wish to advance their career for a bilingual opportunity. Some examples are the following:
Consider an C.C.E.C. CAS if you want to:
A CAS from C.C.E.C. offers:
Most courses are available in person as well as a live interactive and online format based as distance-format courses.
The CAS can be completed in a short period, depending on the program.
Course content is a cutting-edge and up-to-the-minute, based on original C.C.E.C. research.
Courses are taught by the same professors who guide students at C.C.E.C. as well as various other law schools and institutions.
This course is an introduction to the French language for those who have zero knowledge about the French language. Unlike other levels offered by C.C.E.C. in French Language, this course is normally taken only once, to acquire very basic elements of the language before entering the Beginner level.
How Being Bilingual Can Benefit Your Career
It is no secret that Canadian job seekers are facing one of the most competitive time in history. According to Statistics Canada, there are 1.5 million job hunters out there. With so many seekers for (relatively) few openings, employers can be extremely selective when choosing qualified candidates.
Many recent studies are demonstrating that being able to speak both official languages is proving to be very beneficial to Canadian job seekers at both private and public sectors.
If you are on the job market right now, French training you can get now or lessons you took as a kid may finally pay off.
C.C.E.C's language training programs can assist you to become a bilingual as well as provide an evidence having such credential in the form of an official certificate.