Diplômes de la Chambre de Commerce et d'industrie de Paris (CCIP) exam preparation courses at LSI

These are Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Paris examination courses.Students study 8 weeks of Intensive french classes partaking in the General 20 classes in the morning and following specific exam classes for their chosen CCIP course in the afternoon. These courses are for those who want to validate their French with an official diploma for a university or a future employer or for professionals who need to use French as a professional requirement and certify their aptitude in communication in a working situation.

  • CFP1: Certificate of professional French 1st degree
    The CFP1 validates basic French skills to level A2 in the Common European Reference framework, it corresponds to approximately 150-200 hours learning. It certifies basic skills in French, it corresponds to a minimum level of linguistic skills necessary to allow elementary communication in the world of work, the holder of this certificate can communicate professionally using simple language in a known or planned context.
  • CFP2: Professional Certificate 2nd degree
    The CFP 2nd degree validates French skills to level B1 A2 in the Common European Reference framework, it corresponds to approximately 250-300 hours learning. The holder of this certificate shows comprehension and expression in day to day situations in social and professional life.
  • DFA1: Diplome of Business French 1st degree.
    Minimum level required B2 The candidate must be sensitive to the realities, practices and working rules in contemporary companies without having specialist knowledge on the different aspect of the world of the company. He must be able to deal with a company document (the organisation and its working, the company and its personnel, the company and its accounts and finances), the company and its partners, the company and its socio-economic environment.
  • DFM: Diploma of Medical French
    The DFM is aimed at students, trainees and everyone in the medical or paramedical profession who work or could be called to work with french speaking health professionals and/or with medical documents in French. The DFM validates skill in French to a B2 level in the frame of the European common reference for languages. It corresponds to approximately 450-500 hours of learning. This level gives the user a certain degree of independence in executing French in daily tasks, without too much difficulty , in medical activity.
  • CFSC: Certificate of Secretarial French
    The CFSC validates skill in French to a B1+ level, degree higher than the minimum level in the frame of the European common reference for languages. It corresponds to approximately 360 hours of learning. This certificate attests a working competence in working French, limited to situations specific to the secretarial profession (secretaries, assistants, hostesses/telephonists, office workers)
  • CFTH: Certificate of Tourism and Hotels
    The CFTH validates skill in French to a B1+ level (degree higher than the minimum level) in the frame of the European common reference for languages. It corresponds to approximately 360 hours of learning. This exam certifies a working competence in French, limited to relevant situations in the domains of tourism, hotels and restoration (restaurants, hotels, tourism offices, travel agencies, leisure parks etc.)

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