French Courses in King’s Lynn for Business and Individuals
Are you looking for a hand, in your search through French courses? Perhaps you could do private lessons? If you’re serious about your learning, private lessons can be just the thing to get you moving on up, and getting to the next level.
If you have staff that need to learn or improve their French then visit our Business Language Training page, for details on how we can help you implement language training into your company.
French Courses — Extra Information
Course Content: Tailored to your needs
Course Venue: Anywhere in King’s Lynn
Lesson Days/Times: To fit around you
Lesson Frequency: You choose (1 x 1.5 hour session per week recommended)
Lesson Length: Either 1.5 or 2 hours (1.5 hours per session most popular)
Course Start Date: Whenever you like
Total Course Length: Flexible (subject to minimum booking)
“The teacher did a fantastic job at going beyond the nuts and bolts of basic language, making her classes a cultural learning experience for all involved.”
Emma Ramsay (Corporate Social Club Organiser)
3 Reasons why you should consider our French Courses
- Free in-depth initial needs analysis
- High quality teaching
- Lesson by lesson online progress tracking
Free in-depth initial needs analysis
It’s good to talk, so they say. So let’s talk! Before starting your course we’ll go over your needs and goals for your French, all for free. If you decide to take lessons with us, your teacher will be very well placed to tailor a course to your specific needs.
High quality teaching
Hundreds of teachers apply for positions with us every year. Only a very select few get through our screening, recruitment and interview processes. You can be sure that you’ll be getting the highest quality language education possible.
Lesson by lesson online progress tracking
So you can stay up to date with how you’re getting on, you’ll get an emailed report after each lesson. With information on what was studied, along with your progress. So you can see how far you’ve come.
“There are stumbling blocks along the way, sure. Raise your foot higher and it’s a stepping stone.”
Ed O’Neill – Academic Director