More than 1800 trainees had already taken advantage of this English courses given by former trainees who now are teachers and have been abroad for a long time.
An Intensive Course
As we are convinced that going abroad without knowing exactly what it is all about often leads to terrifying experiences, we propose intensive english courses given by Agrilangues,
a pioneering organisation in english courses on agriculture. For many years, this organisation has proposed english courses not only to individuals but also to groups. Specialising in english agriculture courses, we can also work with trainees who need to brush up or improve their english.
Today, english has become a personal and professional passport, and it is obvious the better your knowledge of english the better the opportunities to get integrated locally in different leisure activities, in relationships with people of other professions, meet new people and network. Furthermore, knowing the english language is a way of gaining professional skills, developing an open but also a critical mind. Finally, it is an experience of personal enrichment.
The english course takes place in La Ferté Macé, a technical college with many facilities such as an english lab and a room with audio equipments. We have at our disposal many books and videos on the different systems of production, countries.
Trainees can get grants in some cases.
Who are we? What is our experience?
We have had quite a long experience in english courses on agriculture. With older trainees who are now teachers, we have created an original concept and our team with its complementary skills is at everyone’s disposal. We go abroad regularly, we visit new countries in order to refresh the english course and constantly devise new conferences that we can present to trainees. We have several times accompanied professional groups, students or others abroad.
Besides that, we have experience and skills in farming (techniques, management, EPI studies and animation of farming networks) which means that we can ensure a particularly pertinent level of training.