UPDATE: Next intake 7-21 August 2020. Term 3 starts on 31 August 2020.
We have revamped our courses so you can safely attend classes from home, as all classes will be online. All you need is a smartphone, a laptop or a tablet and Internet connection! We offer regular courses and intensive courses.
►HOW TO REGISTER:
Please fill in the registration form and send it to email@example.com by 21st August 2020.
You will be required to pay only if the course you chose can be activated. A course requires a minimum of 4 students to be activated (max 8 students per class). You will receive a communication from the office after 21st August 2020.
►If you are applying for the Italian citizenship by marriage:
Please note that our courses are valid in order to prepare you to reach B1 language level.
According to the law n.132 of 01/12/2018 the Italian language level required to apply for Italian citizenship by marriage must be certified at a B1 level.
To be entitled to do the B1 exam you have to study the contents of level A1, A2 and B1. The cost of the examination is not included.
Once you have completed the language course, you can choose to go straight to the exam or to do the special PLIDA preparation course on the exam format (20 hours course).
The B1 PLIDA exam is compulsory only for those who are applying for Italian citizenship by marriage.
►If you are not a beginner:
You will be required to have an assessment in order to allocate you to the right level. The cost of the assessment is R285, to be paid upfront via EFT. This amount will be deducted from course fees in case you enrol. All assessments will be online until further notice. Please get in touch to book.
Payment for fees, course material and membership fees are to be made upfront by bank transfer.
The school will be exceptionally open on Thursday 27 August from 12.00 to 15.00 for card payments.
In light of the recent lockdown restrictions, our staff and teachers are currently working from home so, despite the dire circumstances, we are fully operational!
Reach us at 065 394 8196 🕐 Mon-Fri 9:00-17:00 or 📧 firstname.lastname@example.org
The levels: The Common European Framework for Languages, a document released and updated by the Council of Europe, has identified six levels of language learning. These levels describe what a person should be able to do at different stages of learning. We are not talking about grammar knowledge, but the ability to communicate with a language. What can you do in Italian? At which level? Levels go from “basic user” to “independent user” to “proficient user”.
How do you know your level? Read the general descriptions here.