French for notaries

French for
notaries.

Taaltrainingen notarissen
Vlag Frans

About French
for notaries.

BLCC developed the training ‘Legal French for notaries’ in collaboration with VlaNot and the KU Leuven’s Post University Centre: Kulak. As a result, the programme is a perfect fit with your day-to-day requirements in your job.

The course focuses on specific legal domains such as property, inheritance tax and donations, companies and other matters. Skills such as phone calls and written communication are also dealt with at length.

Iets voor jou?

Could this be for you?

If you work as a civil-law notary, junior notary or lawyer in a notary firm, you may well have to deal with French clients. To keep them properly informed, you need a good grounding in the language that lets you communicate clearly. This training will give you that solid grounding. You will have the practical language skills you need to assist your clients effectively.

This course consists of six modules of three hours each (virtual or on site), followed by practice in the form of e-learning.

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What you can do after this course

  • Phone clients and explain things to them with confidence.
  • Draft an error-free, clear-cut e-mail or letter.
  • Communicate effortlessly on various notarial topics: property, inheritance and donations, companies, marriage and cohabitation.
E-learning

The skills you need for this course

You already have command of French to a good intermediary level. That means you speak effortlessly and can function well in a range of situations. But you lack the necessary legal terminology to do your job in French with the same impact as in your native language.

Your ideal Language Learning Mix

How to register.

This course is offered by VlaNot. Contact Xandrijn Verhaegen to register Telephone:+32 (0)2 505 08 33 E-mail: xandrijn.verhaegen@fednot.be Price:  EUR 900 (excl. VAT) per person

Testimonials

Wat onze klanten, trainers en cursisten zeggen.

Virtual learning is very efficient as it can flexibly adapt both to work and private schedules. Despite being undoubtedly the future of training, it is true that this form requires motivation and self-discipline in order to be effective. Because of the lack of fixed timeslots and usually the absence of classmates, one might have the tendency to skip sessions and therefore lose pace. To avoid this, motivation can be boosted up by tailoring the learning content upon items that you really need, that you truly like, and that help improve your skills. My personal experience with the BLCC courses is very positive, having followed German classes for several years and I can express my full satisfaction about the teachers’ professionalism and competence.

Christiam Gasparini, Marketing manager at ON SEMICONDUCTOR

“I find it important to speak the language of the country where I’m working so I can hold a simple conversation in that language with my employees. My language teacher is very professional. She adapts the lessons to suit my learning style.”

Yves Zinggeler,CEO of Amgen Benelux

“Melanie taught me English, with an exclusive focus on my professional field. That means I am now able to do my coaching sessions in Manchester as well. Even my friends and colleagues soon noticed a big improvement in my English!”

Catherine Poissonnier,Business manager at Improve

“I feel much more comfortable now when on the phone. I can express myself more fluently in French as well when giving presentations and I no longer worry so much about the mistakes I make.”

Steven De Winter,HR officer at Reynaers Aluminium

“I was looking for a course that focused on speaking, in the sales context rather than general speaking skills. BLCC listened perfectly to my specific requirements. The trainer was very knowledgeable.”

Mario Muylle,Managing Director at Dovy Keukens

“I have regular lessons via Skype and I’m already reaping benefits from those lessons.  I recently advanced one level. My French has genuinely improved: I notice the difference in my contact with colleagues, clients and journalists. I’d give BLCC an 11 out of 10!”

Gianni De Muynck,Spokesperson at Axa Belgium

“I did a German course for my job, but I found learning German an enriching experience personally as well. What I liked most about the BLCC training was the trainer’s personal touch. She focused completely on my requirements and wishes.”

Benoit Van Elst,Key Account Manager for DIY at Unilin

Any questions?

If you are fully convinced of the benefits of the ‘French for Notaries’ course or if you would like more information, please contact our Training Advisors.