The French Educational System is very centralised by the Ministère de l’Education. All French public schools, whether in France or abroad, follow the same program, textbooks, exams, rules, teacher training within a centralised structure as decided … *** Please Login To View ***

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  • Carol Just

    After running her own business in East-West trade and travelling a lot, Carol settled down in France, had a baby and decided to retrain as a TEFL teacher. Several years later, she was very happy to have finally found what she was looking for; the ELC program to train and qualify as a Neurolanguage Coach in 2013. She coaches adults in French companies at management level and has never looked back since!

  • Sue Thomas

    Sue Thomas owns and runs a vocational training institute in Paris helping professionals learn and perfect the language skills they need to be successful in an international workplace. Sue is a qualified TEFL teacher and in 2013 trained as a Neurolanguage coach, she is also co-founder of EnglishWaves the "French radio station that speaks English".