Syllabi and Resources training from 16th - 20th October 2017

Under the Solidarity Fund Project SIFFLE funded by the French government and aiming at supporting teaching of professional French, a workshop programme was formally launched on 16th October 2017 at the Alliance Française in Accra

Under the Solidarity Fund Project SIFFLE funded by the French government and aiming at supporting teaching of professional French, a workshop programme was formally launched on 16th October 2017 at the Alliance Française in Accra. Dr Jean-Luc Mure, Head of Cooperation and Cultural Affairs at the French Embassy in Ghana; Frederic Dart, Director of Alliance Française Accra; and Dr Sonia Couprie, Technical Advisor in charge of France-Ghana higher education cooperation; welcomed the 21 trainees present as well as the 2 French experts from CAVILAM: Hélène EMILE and Christine BUSSON-CAMARA.

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The trainees are French teachers from the following public universities and institutions in Ghana: University of Mines and Technology, University for Development Studies (Wa, Navrongo and Tamale campuses), University of Energy and Natural Resources, Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority, Narcotics Control Board, Parliament of Ghana, Ghana Police Service, Ghana Institute of Languages, Ghana Institute of Journalism, Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration.

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During this 5-day workshop, the participants will benefit from training provided by the CAVILAM experts on “Syllabi and Resources for the Teaching of French as a Foreign Language.”

Dernière modification : 18/10/2017

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