This 10-day French linguistic and cultural training non-credit course (July 2 to July 13, 2018) is offered in partnership with the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development and the School of Education at St. Thomas University, Fredericton, New Brunswick.
The program is coordinated by Léo-James Lévesque, French Second Language Methodology Instructor with the School of Education at St. Thomas University, and is designed for French Second Language teachers who wish to take part in hands-on, interactive French language training.
Classes are held in the morning while afternoons and evenings are reserved for cultural and leisure activities conducted in French. Participants will be required to take part in an educational project designed to improve their French oral and written proficiency, enhance their cultural awareness for professional needs, and refine their teaching practices. Participants will use the Language Portfolio to maintain records of initiatives in which they have taken part to improve their French Language Skills.
Target Audience and Eligibility
This training session is for French language teachers in the English school systems, whether they teach Intensive French, Core French or French immersion. Participants will be expected to have intermediate to advanced French skills. Prior to starting the program, participants will be required to take a linguistic needs assessment to determine their specific linguistic needs.

Date and Cost
This non-credit course is offered during the first two weeks of July, from July 2 to July 13, 2018.

The cost per participant is $725 + taxes (CAN) and includes course and activities. Participants are expected to make arrangements for their lodging and their meals. 

Registration - New-Brunswick
Please complete the form provided by Department of Education and Early Childhood Development which is available on New-Brunswick Education Portal or from the School District FSL Learning Specialists.

Registration - Other Canadian provinces and other countries please contact Léo-James Lévesque, School of Education, St. Thomas University,