General French Courses
Our range of French courses are aligned with the ACTFUL guidelines of languages and adopt the CEFR (Common European Framework Reference) standards. We offer 6 stages divided into 2 levels each as follows:
- A1: Levels 1 and 2 - Beginner
- A2: Levels 3 and 4 - Elementary
- B1: Levels 5 and 6 - Pre-Intermediate
- B2: Levels 7 and 8 - Intermediate
- C1: Levels 9 and 10 – Upper-Intermediate
- C2: Levels 11 and 12 – Advanced
DELF/ DALF Preparation
TLEC prepares students to pass the DLEF and DALF exams and earn a lifetime degree. DELF (Diplôme d'Etudes en Langue Française) and DALF (Diplôme Approfondi de Langue Française) are the only French as a foreign language diplomas issued by the French Ministry of Education. They are valid for life and are recognized worldwide. They allow you to officially validate your French learning.
Atelier DELF: 20 hours dedicated to train for the exam after completion of A1, A2 and B1, B2 levels
Atelier DALF: 20 hours of exam preparation after the completion of C1, C2 levels.
The TEF, or Test d’Evaluation du Français, is a language test that is used to assess the level of French comprehension and expression skills in people who are not native French speakers.
TLEC designed a workshop that prepares students to pass the exam and score up to CLB 10. The minimum requirement to join these workshops is the B2 level in French.
Atelier TEF: 15 hours dedicated to practice exam simulation under test conditions. A focus on the speaking and the writing practice is given high
The “test de connaissance du français” for Canada, or “TCF Canada”, is a French language proficiency test that meets the standards of Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).
Atelier TCF: 15 hours dedicated to practice exam techniques and expected topics of all 4 skills: speaking, listening, reading and writing.*These workshops will allow students to understand how these exams work, set comprehension strategies and to practice for the exam using multiple scenarios.