You will find quality teaching methods, taught by a highly qualified and competent pedagogic team. You can easily register at the CPAB, because there 4 sessions a year for the day classes (September / mid-November, end of January / mid-April) and 2 sessions a year for the evening classes (September and end of January).
The school offers lessons of French for foreigners, Dutch, English, written French (grammar and spelling 1 & 2 remediation ) and office automation: Word, Excel, Access, typing and internet.
Motivated and motivating teachers, small groups (from 8 to 16 people), continuous pedagogical support and adapted teaching methods have helped CPAB to gain its superiority in foreign languages learning. Speaking and speaking more! Speech is the first goal of the courses. With a specific teaching CPAB Brussels will provide you the tools to get self-confidence.
Moreover, you will be able to express yourself using the studied language. Besides, language courses are made to encourage skills like oral interaction, oral comprehension, written comprehension and written work. From the simple postcard to the songs, movies, documentaries, novels, you will have to deal with those different documents which will learn you how to listen, read and react on various themes.
Throw yourself with CPAB
Do you want to start learning a new language or do you want to improve your current skills? Then, don't wait and choose the CPAB courses. A qualified, experienced and available teaching staff, using high-performance technology, will take care of you. From more than twenty years, CPAB Brussels has also been offering IT lessons (Word, Excel, Access, typing, internet) which will help you to learn the essential points, for yourself or professionally.
Perfectly located between the Metro Station Louise/Stéphanie and the Bailly/Châtelain district, at this school, recognized and granted by the Ministry of the French Community, you will find a quality teaching trained in a friendly and international atmosphere.
If you need further information, please contact the secretariat (02/511 01 09) or visit their website (www.cpab.be).