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Improve your French skills this spring

February 14, 2017

Santé en français via the Université de Saint-Boniface, provides French courses to employees working in designated bilingual health and social services organizations and facilities recognized under a service agreement. The following information is reserved for persons responsible for implementing quality French language services in these organizations and facilities.
Due to high demand and limited resources, certain eligibility criteria apply. To be eligible for French language training, employees must:

  • Be employed in a designated bilingual position, facility or program.
  • Be employed in a permanent position that has direct contact with patients, residents, or the general public.
  • Be committed to actively participating in French language training in order to achieve the level required to provide an active offer of quality French services within a limited timeframe.

For information on eligibility requirements, how to apply and other details about this service, please refer to the downloadable documents at the bottom of this page, including the application form.
All of the courses are offered in St. Boniface and run from April 2017 to June 2017.
Courses are available four days a week, Mondays to Thursdays. The deadline to register is March 22, 2017. The registration fee is $50 but if you register by March 10 and you could win back your fee! For more information contact St.Amant’s French Language and Cultural Services Coordinator, Agnès Champagne, at achampagne@stamant.ca.

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