The 'centre de formation pour le français médical' has been integrated in our new company Work your Way to France.
For access to our database of medical terms, click here.
Le centre de formation pour le français médical a été intégré dans la SARL Work your Way to France.
Pour l'accès à la base de données de termes médicaux, clique ici.


1. How can my skill level be determined and is there a required minimum level?
We will e-mail you a form with a number of questions, which will give the teacher an impression of your level. Since you work in France or want to work there, the course assumes that you have a basic skill level (at least A2, but preferably B1 of the CEFR) that you can build on during the course.

2. What does the daily program look like?

9.00 - 9.30 Discussing Homework (1st day: reception)
9.30 - 10.30  Two role plays (in medical setting)
10.30 - 10.45 Break
10.45 - 12.15 Grammar lesson with acquiring medical vocabulary
12.15 - 13.15 Lunch at location (relaxation the French way)
13.15 - 14.00 Conversations about work or daily life
14.00 - 15.15 Acquiring medical vocabulary (video/article/podcast)
15.15 - 15.30 Break
15.30 - 16.45 Automation practices regarding basic rules of French
16.45 - 17.00  Evaluation / Going through the day
Evening Limited amount of homework (grammar and vocabulary)

3. Is the program flexible?

The program is very flexible and can be completely adjusted to your desires. We try to make the right arrangements for this prior to the course. If during the course, changes are desired or required, please let us know.

4. What is the preparation work for the course?
The preparation work means that you will get a list of vocabulary and grammar parts you have to learn, and of which it would be best if you learned them prior to the course.  

5. What result can I expect within 1 or 2 weeks?
The best results are created if the teacher and student can work together. The teacher will do anything to submerge you in the French language. Most students will notice that they mastered the language to a certain extent within 4 to 5 days, and this will be the foundation for working in France.

6. Is it possible to meet free of charge?
Yes, it is always possible to call or Skype the teacher who will work with you during a full week.

7. Does the teacher have a medical background?
No, the teacher is a French teacher and offers language training focused on acquiring a medical vocabulary and other practical issues related to working in France. The teacher is well versed (by reading French medical literature) and therefore has a good knowledge of medical terms, which means you will be taught the right jargon.

8. When should I pay the course fee?
In order to finalise the planning of the course, an advance payment of 30% is requested. This amount must be paid within 10 days after signing the contract. The remaining amount will have to be paid within 2 weeks after the course ended.
After signing the contract, you or your employer have 10 days to cancel the contract. After that, you or your employer owe 30% of the course fee. The contract that is sent to you also mentions what amounts are owed if you were to quit halfway through the course. For overnight stays elsewhere, the rules of those other parties apply.