How can I fund my courses?

You want to learn a language, as a beginner, intermediate or upper-intermediate, we are here to meet your needs with trainings eligible to DIF (Droit Individuel à la Formation) or CPF (Compte Personnel de Formation) (government support).

The Compte Personnel de Formation (CPF), what is it?

It has been replacing the Droit Individuel à la Formation (DIF) since 1st January 2015. It is a training account that follows each individual as soon as he starts working in France, from 16 years of age until he is retired.

Unlike the DIF, the employee does not need to get the agreement of his employer when the training sessions take place outside working hours. In the event that the employee uses his CPF during working hours, he has to ask the authorization of his employer about the training schedule (60 days before the start of the training or 120 days if the training lasts more than 6 months). For his part, the employer has a period of one month to give his answer. After this period, silence on the part of the employer will be understood as acceptance.

Our secretary can prepare your CPF dossier if you do not feel like you can do it by yourself.

You have to fund your training yourself

Private lessons

We offer you for free the first 30 minutes in order to allow you to witness personally the progress of the course and prepare a draft that will meet your expectations.

Our tariff:

1 hour of language course at your home: 30€ (or 27€ if there are 10 hours per month)

1 hour of language course at our training centre: 27€ (or 25€ if there are 10 hours per month)

1 hour of French as a Foreign Language via skype: 20€

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Courses in groups

For adults, French as a Foreign Language: 8€/hour

For adults, Foreign languages: 10€/hour

These courses take place at our training centre in Marseille.

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Courses for children in small groups

For children, French as a Foreign Language or Foreign languages: 8€/hour

These courses take place at our training centre in Marseille.

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