Whether you would like to learn to communicate in French or to maintain your skills in the language, our classes are for you! - We offer classes for beginners up to advanced level students. - Most of our tutors are native-French speakers and are trained in language instruction. - All students have access to our library of French books, CDs and DVDs. - We have the most extensive collection in the region. We also offer special language classes for people planning to travel to France or other French-speaking countries. Wouldn't your travels to these places be more enjoyable if you could speak to the locals in their own language?
FRENCH CLASSES 2019 The Alliance Française de Toowoomba Inc. is taking enrolments for 2019 (Term 2 starts Monday, 29 April and ends Friday, 21 June 2019). This calendar is subject to a minimum enrolment of 8 students per class. See further details below.
NEW - Daytime beginner class - starting 1 May 2019 Try the first two classes for just $20! When: Wednesdays from 2.45pm to 4.15pm Where: Community Venues, Level 3, City Library Building, Toowoomba. Class fees: Option 1: $10 per class for the first two trial classes, then pay $140 if you continue for the remaining six weeks. Option 2: $160 for the 8 week course. This class is ideal for enthusiastic beginners. No prior knowledge of the French language is required. Students will learn the very basics of the French language and have the opportunity to put their learning into practice through facilitated conversation. Click here to download the enrolment form for the daytime beginner classes.
Basic French.1 (min. 8 weeks) Tuesdays 7.30pm-9.00pm, Glennie School A stand-alone two-term unit that introduces students to the very basics of French. Basic French.1 is the term 1 course. In term 2, students will continue from where they were up to in term 1 with Basic French.2. Perfect for first-time learners, enthusiastic beginners, or to prepare for a trip overseas! This class uses the BBC French Active-Talk textbook and CD.
A1.1 (8 weeks) Tuesdays 6.00pm to 7.30pm, Fairholme College After completing Basic French (1 & 2), students continue with A1.1. Students will refine their skills of presenting themselves, numbers, talking to and about others and some cultural aspects of France. This course uses Alter Ego Plus 1 A1 textbook and CD. In term 2 2019 students will start part-way through dossier 3 and move on to dossier 4.
With both Basic French class and the A1.1 class the focus is on the ability to speak French.
A2.1 (8 weeks) Tuesdays 6.00pm to 7.30pm, Glennie School This course is for students studying at the Elementary A2 level and begins term 2 2019 part-way through dossier 1 of Alter Ego Plus 2 A2.
B1.1 (8 weeks) Wednesdays 6.00pm to 7.30pm, Fairholme College This course is for students studying at the Intermediate B1 level and begins term 2 2019 at dossier 2 of Vite et bien 2.
1. Direct deposit: Account Name: Alliance Française de Toowoomba Inc. Account Number: 5294541 - BSB 638-070 Your name and class is needed as a reference (e.g. Sally Smith, A1.1). Send payment details via email to email@example.com.
2. Cheque: Post payment with the slip below to: Alliance Française de Toowoomba, PO Box 401, Toowoomba QLD 4350
3. Cash: By arrangement.
Special Offers Standard price per term is $160, but several discounts are available...
EarlyBird discount A 10% discount is given to students who pay for terms 1 and 2 by 31 December 2018. The discounted fee is $288.
Single Annual Enrolment A 10% discount is given to students who pay all 4 terms in 2019 at the beginning of Term 1. The discounted yearly fee for students is $576.
Family Enrolment A 10% discount is given when multiple family members enrol in classes. Person 1 pays the full price. All subsequent family members pay $144 each per term/class. Please note that the 10% family discount cannot be used in conjunction with any other discount.
Alliance Française de Toowoomba Inc. Refund Policy 1. No refund will be provided to students who miss classes/decide to discontinue once payment has been received. 2. Classes are organised in advance to ensure teacher availability and are based on student enrolments. Students dropping out of classes after commencement would make the class unviable and disadvantage those remaining for the entirety of Term. Furthermore we do not have the administrative capacity, nor are we able to cover the high cost associated with refunds. 3. As we are unsure when classes are scheduled in future terms, we cannot provide credit towards classes. We thank you for your understanding.