Become a French teacher with the French Institute of Houston
The DaeFLE (Diplôme d’aptitude à l’Enseignement du Français Langue Etrangère) is a diploma offered by the Alliance Française de Paris Ile de France, in collaboration with the CNED. It can be followed at the French Institute of Houston. This training is for anyone preparing to teach or already teaching French to a non-francophone audience in France or abroad. The training content is oriented to the practice of creating and leading a class. Courses are available online on an educational platform dedicated to the DAEFLE, which also offers a space for exchange and collaborative work. Support by online tutoring, provided by trainers, effectively completes the course materials and helps you throughout your training to acquire knowledge and skills related to the profession.
The DaeFLE is a distance learning course. The diploma is awarded after 480 hours of training (6 modules) and passing the final exam.
STRUCTURE of DaeFLE
Test d’accès to DaeFLE
The “test d’accès” (entry test) is done online on the Ev@lang platform. The test lasts 35 minutes and can be done at your place. Candidates will receive the portal code by email prior to the day of the test.
To take the test d’accès you will need to send us a copie of your baccalauréat and the form below filled to Debora Krishnan, French Institute of Houston, 1058 Augusta Drive, Houston, TX 77057. Enrollment form for the “test d’accès”:
Fee for Test d’accès : $97 to French Institute of Houston
As soon as you receive your results you may then download the application form on CNED website.
There are two registration periods: from January to March and from July to September.
The cost of the complete training is 1,405 euros (2016 rate).
Registration for the final exam requires to have committed six modules with the CNED (five basic, and one specialization).
Epreuve: Mardi 19 juin 2018 – 9h-17h.
Inscription entre le 23 avril 2018 et le 11 mai 2018.
Enrollment form for the “examen final”
Fee for Examen final: $430 to French Institute of Houston