Most of us have more time in the autumn inter-season to do things like work on our French before the winter season. Alpine French School is offering a range of courses to suit all levels, budgets and availability. Read on for more information and don’t hesitate to contact us by phone (04 50 79 08 38) or email or call in and see us if you have any questions!
Weekly French Lessons
Dates: 14th September – 16th October 2020
Tuesdays and Thursdays
Price: 300 € for 15 hours (2 x 1h30 per week over 5 weeks)
. 09:00-10:30, Beginner & Elementary
. 11:00-12:30, Low Intermediate
. 14:00-15:30, Citizenship and general French culture
Possibly one more course, 16:30-18:00, Tuesdays and Thursdays (level to be confirmed according to demand). Don’t hesitate to ask for more information.
And we will also offer Weekly lessons in January (dates to confirm) if you wish to join or enrol your staff, just let us know:)
Intensive Courses in November
Price 300 € per week for 15 hours
02nd – 06th Nov 2020 – Level to be confirmed
16th – 20th Nov 2020 – Level to be confirmed
23th – 27th Nov 2020 – Level to be confirmed
07th – 11th Dec 2020 – Crash course – Beginner / Elementary – Focus on work situations
Super Intensive or Private, Prices and details:
Super – Intensive course Price 580 € per week
Above intensive courses + 5h private lessons
Alternatively, we still offer private lessons, perfect if you want to tackle a topic or difficulty on your own or set a programme according to your specific needs.
• Available throughout the year
• You can choose between lessons of 1h or 1h30.
• €60 for 1 hour or €90 for 1h30.
Any time of the year Monday-Friday
Private lessons / Skype lessons 1h = 60€
1h30 = 90€
Private intensive course:
1h per day Monday – Friday 300€
1h30 per day Monday – Friday 450€
For information, if you are on a French contract or running your own French business you might be entitled to some government Training Budget. Please email us if you need more information! :)
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