Are you coming to work as a seasonnaire in Morzine and are worried about your French? Or maybe you would like your employees to improve their French before the season starts?
Alpine French School are organising a Special Pre-season Course, aimed to give you and your employees the basics and the confidence to handle simple everyday situations in French.
- Special format of 2h per day x 5 days to fit around your pre-season preparation work.
- Monday to Friday: 18:00 – 20:00
- Special price of €199* per week per student.
9th – 13th December 2019
- Aimed at speaking to suppliers and clients in French
- Learn to deal with day to day situations in French
- Get by during your season in France
- Learn the basics you need without having to deal with complicated French grammar
- Concentrate on speaking and listening skills
- Learn basic conversational French
Don’t hesitate to email us on email@example.com to book your place or if you have any questions!
Alpine French School has been offering French courses in Morzine since 2003. Our teachers are all native speakers who are qualified and experienced teachers. You can read more about them here. We pride ourselves on running good quality French language courses for all levels and nationalities. Our courses are also a great way to meet other seasonnaires if you have just arrived in Morzine for the season.
Courses are held at Alpine French School, on the road between Morzine and Montriond so easily accessible on foot from the centre of Morzine. Our modern premises offer light spacious classrooms for your lessons, free wi-fi, a lounge area with coffee/tea and helpful bilingual staff.
We also offer courses throughout the winter season. Choose from:
If you are employed on a French contract, have a French registered business or are an auto-entrepreneur or a micro-entrepreneur, you should be entitled to a training budget to finance your French courses with us. Please read here or contact us for more info.
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