Globalization along with major advancements in technology has helped break down communication barriers and bring people closer together from all corners of the globe. Whether you are contemplating a change of career or simply vacationing, basic knowledge of a foreign language will always prove useful.
French, commonly referred to as 'the language of love' is spoken by more than 200 million people worldwide and France continues to be one of the world's leading economies. In Trinidad and Tobago as well as the wider Caribbean, French influence remains evident in our language and many aspects of our culture. It is therefore important to preserve our historical legacy and share it with future generations. Knowledge of the French language can also help you gain access to a world of new experiences and opportunities as it relates to travel, higher education and business.
This course gradually introduces participants to basic French conversation through a series of interactive sessions that incorporates the use of audio-visual aids, fun activities and games.
Note: This course is intended for persons with minimal/no knowledge of the French Language.
The following entities and individuals would benefit significantly from this practical and interactive training workshop:
Upon completion of this introductory course, students will gain a better understanding of the following skills in French:
|Saturday||09:00 am to 12:00 pm||6 weeks||18 hours||$600.00||Ms. Mary Grant|
*SPECIAL OFFER: Tuition Cost - Special Introductory Price
|Session||Start Date||End Date|
|Session 1||Saturday, March 7, 2020||Saturday, April 11, 2020|
|Session 2||Saturday, July 25, 2020||Saturday, September 5, 2020|
|Session 3||Saturday, September 26, 2020||Saturday, October 31, 2020|
There will be four (4) major activities (1 per week) intended to test each student's knowledge of the course content in a light, fun way.
Students will be required to complete a variety of individual and group exercises to apply skills and knowledge acquired during class sessions.
Students will receive a Certificate of Completion upon successful completion of the course.
Mary Grant is a graduate of the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine who holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in French and Spanish. Throughout her academic career she has worked as a French interpreter, participated in French theatre and also travelled to Spain and France to further develop her linguistic skills and abilities. She holds a great passion and love for the French language, culture and lifestyle which she wishes to share with others in hope that they too will one day have the same passion.
Mr. Matthew Christian
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