UNITAR is very happy to announce that registration has become open because of its e-Learning course around the Bilateral and Multilateral Settlement, because of begin 21st Feb, 2011. Following the prosperity of this program this past year, UNITAR’s Multilateral Diplomacy Programme is presently developing more web based classes in French language that will concentrate on the following topics: Un Protocol, Multilateral Conferences and Diplomacy, Chairing Worldwide Conferences and Global Warming Diplomacy. Theses courses initially developed and implemented in British is going to be converted into French because of funding caused by the Organisation internationale en Francophonie (OIF). UNITAR is grateful to the partner for his or her ongoing support within the implementation of coaching activities in French&hellip Find out more
These courses target mid to senior-level government officials in ministries get yourself ready for and/or your multilateral atmosphere in addition to staff of intergovernmental / nongovernmental organizations. Additionally, it targets entry-level and mid-career diplomats your multilateral setting. The classes are also available to students and professionals in the private sector.
All courses last between two and eight days, are internet-based and therefore are moderated asynchronously by senior worldwide experts. Each course emphasises the need for participation in online discussions and also the versatility of self-paced learning. All participants are mainly accountable for their very own learning within the time period of the program.
Course charges are between 600 to 800 USD per participant. The Multilateral Diplomacy Programme provides a small group of fellowships for participants who’re nationals from Least Civilized World (LDCs). A lot of the fellowships available are available at: http://www.unitar.org/mdp/e-learning/fellowships
To learn more about course content, registration and charges, check out the next website: http://www.unitar.org/mdp/e-learning/courses
Don’t hesitate to make contact with the Multilateral Diplomacy Programme should you require any more information: firstname.lastname@example.org.
French for Beginners
Darkamin: I'm french , you have good accent in french :)
Alain Ansart: I'm french and I would not recommend you to completely rely on that kind of class especially for grammar cause in french we rarely say "Avez-vous le lait? J'ai le lait" you will never hear it in a french store but you will hear "Bonjour monsieur/madame, avez vous du lait? Bonjour Monsieur/Madame, oui nous avons/il y a du lait." There are many difficult aspects in French grammar and conjugaison that require to be French or to have spent many years in France to pretend to teach it.
seb240ful: Sorry, I'm a native french speaker and in France , we don't say "avez-vous le pain" or "avez-vous le vin" but rather …. "avez-vous DU pain" or "avez-vous DU vin". All the best. Seb from France.
Paul Kellerman: Tres bien!
Musica: Merci for the videos. Repetition really helps sink in!
Raffaely r: I have been watching and combining your teachings with the French channel on Cable, and it's working great.\nthank you.
laila khelouda: Many thanks , my daughter is learning French with you sucess…
Mani Saba: gr8 work..keep it up
Clauver Falcao: This lesson did help me so much ever the first one, Ill keep on it, Merci !!!
axel bielefeldt: Thanks, or maybe merci ! And you want to learn a language? LOL\n