Training Certification


DELF (Diplôme d’études en langue française) DELF (Diplôme d’études en langue française). It is used to evaluate a candidate’s proficiency in the four competencies of the French language: Reading, Writing, Listening, and Speaking. It is awarded by the Ministry of Education in France. A minimum of 50 out of 100 points in the comprehensive examination and a minimum of 5 points in each competence is required to pass the examination and obtain a diploma. The levels are A1, A2, B1, and B2. DELF A1: The discovery/beginners’ level This is known as the beginner's level. A1 level is the first stage of the CEFR 'basic [language] user' category. This level will allow the student to discover the foundation of the language such as present tense conjugations, articles, numbers, etc. They will also learn how to form simple sentences about personal topics such as speaking about oneself, and one's family, and how to engage in simple conversation with others. To register for A1 classes, click here. DELF A2: Elementary level A2 level is the second stage of the CEFR 'basic [language] user' category. This level will allow the student to improve on sentence construction as well as new grammar points. The student will be able to narrate past events using passé composé and l’imparfait and also future events using the future tense. At this level, the student will be introduced to grammar topics such as the conditional tense, the future tense, interrogative adjectives and pronouns, and others. To register for the A2 class, click here. DELF B1: Independent user B1 – Intermediate level. When a user reaches the B level of CEFR, he can engage in simple day-to-day conversations at work, school, leisure, etc. The person can write or create texts on personal interest topics, can explain their dreams, hopes, ambitions, and experiences to others, and can also give their opinions, reasons, and plans on a topic briefly. To register for the B1 class, click here. DELF B2: Upper intermediate According to the CEFR, the candidate can converse on a fairly wide range of topics. The person can provide arguments to support his opinion, explain his point of view, and negotiate. He can read and understand detailed instructions or advice. He can make notes while someone is talking or write a letter including non-standard requests. He can express himself fluently and can engage in spontaneous conversations. To register for the B2 class, click here.