From Beginner to Superior levels, courses focus on active student participation in conversational French as well as writing skills. At the end of each level, you can appear for the corresponding Diploma.
|A1||120 hours||Echo A1||DELF A1|
|A2||150 hours||Echo A2||DELF A2|
|B1||200 hours||Echo B1||DELF B1|
|B2||200 hours||Echo B2||DELF B2|
A1: This level recognizes basic knowledge. It is the most basic level at which a language is used, called the “discovery” stage. At this stage, the learner can interact in a simple way: he/she can speak about him/herself and his/her immediate environment.
A2: This level is based on the same principle: it recognizes the linguistic competency of a basic user, considered as a social actor. The candidate can communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring the most common polite phrases and exchanges of information.
B1: At this level, the user becomes independent. He/she can maintain interaction: he/she can understand and maintain a discussion and give his/her opinion. He/she is capable of dealing with situations likely to arise in daily life.
B2: A B2 user has a degree of independence that allows him/her to construct arguments to defend his/her opinion, explain his/her viewpoint and negotiate. At this level, the candidate has a degree of fluency and spontaneity in regular interactions and is capable of correcting his/her own mistakes.