Learn French (level B1)
with Training B1 OFII

Learn French (level B1)

with 
Training B1 OFII

Last update23 juin 2022

What is it?

A free 100-hour training that enables you to reach level B1 of the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) in spoken and written form. The objective is to be able to express yourself easily and to be independent in your civic and professional life.

Good to know: Please note that you must have signed your Republican Integration Contract to take this course (you will be asked for the number when you register).

Who is it for?

Target audience
Réfugié
Age required
More than 16 years
Duration

100 hours

French level
Beginner
How much does it cost?
Free
Action zone

Departments

Target audience
Réfugié
Age required
More than 16 years
Duration

100 hours

French level
Beginner
How much does it cost?
Free
Action zone

Departments

Why is it interesting?

Learn French for free

Thanks to this training, you will be able to validate a B1 level of the CEFR.

Learn to speak French fluently

With this training, you will learn to communicate in a regular and appropriate way.

Understand the way French society works and the principles of the Republic

This training will enable you to have enough autonomy in your administrative procedures.

Validate the language level for the naturalization application

This training is suitable for people who wish to apply for French naturalization. When you have reached language level B1 at the end of the training, you are offered to register for a TEF IRN evaluation test (French Evaluation Test, Integration, Residence, Nationality) in order to obtain a certification of your level of French.

Good to know: At the request of the learner within 6 months after the end of the language training, and if the Republican Integration Contract (CIR) was signed less than 2 years ago, the certification will be paid for by the OFII.

How do I get involved?

I register on the website

Call us

You can contact this number: 03.81.82.21.75

Send us an email

You can send an email to this address: contact@frateformation.net

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