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The Cours De Français language institute specializes in French lessons and business French courses for companies and individuals. We work exclusively with professional language trainers, a team of native speakers, all experts in their fields. Whether you work in sales and marketing, legal services, financial services or logistics and transportation, we offer you efficient business French courses tailored to your needs. Cours De Français is a flexible language agency. You can take our language courses in many ways. One-on-one course, in-company group course, open group course, or at your home.
Do you have a busy schedule but would still like to take a business French course? Then our customized business French courses offer an excellent solution for you. Moreover, our business courses fit seamlessly with your company’s situation.
Perhaps you’ve thought about learning French in the heart of Amsterdam. Or you want to learn more about the cultural life of contemporary France. Then you’re in the right place at Cours De Français. These courses can be taken from all levels.
If you do not have the opportunity to take a face-to-face course, but would like to learn French, then our business French course via Zoom is the ideal solution for you. A French class through Zoom is very convenient, very flexible and easy to schedule.
To successfully communicate and do business with French people, it is helpful to know more about business communication, traditions, etiquette, culture and legal system in this country.
CDF offers a face-to-face course for cabin crew who want to prepare for the KLM French language exam. This face to face training will be completely tailored to your level and your specific needs.
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