Where is it?
What is it?
Courses to understand and learn the vocabulary of the Highway Code, for levels A2, B1, B2.
Good to know:
This programme is only available to people with refugee status or beneficiaries of international subsidiary protection.
Courses are organised once a week in Blois.
The classes are given by a professional French as a Foreign Language (FLE) teacher, who explains the vocabulary and provides exercises to prepare for the driving test.
In addition, an official training course in partnership with the ACCV social driving school in Blois takes place once a year. It allows you to prepare for your driving licence, to be accompanied during the sessions at the driving school, and to have a reduction on the price of the code and driving lessons.
Before starting, it is necessary to make an appointment (it is possible to come accompanied), to introduce yourself and talk about your needs with the team.
Why is it interesting?
Thanks to the courses, you can learn the important words, expressions and subjects to take the highway code.
You can also understand how the code and license exams work in France.
You are accompanied throughout the entire driving school course, and you can take advantage of a discount to pay less for the tests.
How to do it?
You can call the Loir-et-Cher Illiteracy and Illiteracy Resource Centre (CRIA41) on 02.54.43.40.84.
- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday between 9am and 12.30pm and between 1.30pm and 5pm
- the secretariat is closed on Wednesdays.
You can also send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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