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French Courses Beeston
Course Information

French Courses in Beeston for Individuals and Business

One of our French Courses could be just what you need to start learning French fast and efficiently. Our private lessons allow you to engage and learn with one of our expert tutors in a way that caters to your personal, individual learning abilities.

Our business language training service is there to help train employees of all levels in your business, quickly and efficiently. Click the link to find out more.

French Courses – Important Information

Lesson Length: Either 1.5 or 2 hours (1.5 hours per session most popular)
Course Content:
To fit your requirements
Lesson Frequency: Flexible (1 x 1.5 hour session per week recommended)
Lesson Days/Times:
To fit around you
Course Start Date: ASAP or whenever you’re ready
Total Course Length: Flexible (subject to minimum booking)
Lesson Venue: Anywhere in Beeston

“The tutor really helped me keep up and get the basics done.”

Flora Kinnear

Benefits of our French Courses

  • Free pre-analysis call
  • Quality lessons
  • Learn fast

Free pre-analysis call 

Prior to getting set up we can organise a telephone call for you with one of our experienced account managers. Ask any questions you may have and get any clarifications. We’ll even discuss your needs and goals. Only go ahead if your sure it’s for you.

Quality lessons 

Don’t worry about looking for the right tutor. There will be an experienced, professional tutor, with at least 2 years experience on our books nearby who can help. Feel confident that each and every one of your lessons will be top quality.

Learn fast 

As it is just you and the teacher you will learn fast. The tutor will carefully tailor your course around your needs, goals and interests. So you’ll be learning doubly fast, and loving it at the same time.


“Stop for a moment and envision yourself speaking French fluently and confidently. Now remember this when times are tough.”

Ed O’Neill – Academic Director