French for students at B1 (French for business)



Day and Time : Wednesday from 11:00 to 12:30
Course duration : 10 weeks
Starting date : 21st February 2024
Format : Online

French for students at B1 (French for business)




The following course has been tailored for “Amundi Ireland Limited”

Welcome to Languages Unlimited, your online / in-house language training provider.

We are now taking bookings for upcoming 15-hour (10 weeks) online language courses in French for a Complete Beginners’ course, a follow-up A1.2/A2.1 Preliminary Level course, a follow-up B1.2 Intermediate Level course (Business French) and a new Advanced C1/C2 Business French course.

All courses will start on the week of the 5th February 2024.

Note that:

– If you need clarifications about the levels, please contact us at or consult the CEFR level chart.

– If you are not sure about your level, contact us to organise a free telephone assessment.

– The Intermediate and Advanced Level courses will focus on French for business (see course descriptions) and individual needs analyses will be carried out prior to the course for us to design the most appropriate course content.

You can book a group course (3 to 8 trainees) for €200.00.

Amundi offers its staff a full refund of the cost of these courses once completed, provided that you have an attendance of at least 50%. All you have to do is to provide the invoice you will automatically receive when your language course has been booked and paid for.

After this 15-hour module, you will have the opportunity to renew it at a later stage this year so that you can continue your studies.

Finally, thank you for connecting your camera when you have a lesson as it is very difficult for trainers to teach a language to “invisible” students. We really appreciate your efforts on this.

Enjoy your language course with us!

Renaud Puyou, Director

This course is addressed to those who already followed the level B1 this year and wish to progress further or consolidate their level B1.2. It is generally suitable for students who have a good command of general French and need to use the language at work with clients and counterparts. A needs analysis will be carried out prior to the course to check more precisely the expectations and needs of the trainees in oral and written communication, specialised terminology, subjects to be discussed, tasks and activities to be focused on…

As a guideline, this course could include:

Making Presentations:

  • Describing your job
  • Introducing your department, company
  • Presenting your products, services…

Attending meetings – Interpersonal skills


Making short presentations

Using numerical information (fluctuations, graphs, trends, results…)

Telephone skills

Dealing with customers/clients – Problem-solving

Other business situations as required (to be discussed and agreed upon at the beginning of the course).


There is currently no dates scheduled for this course.
If you are interested in this course please fill out the form below and we will contact you as soon as we are scheduling a course.

    About the trainer:

    Maëlle Boudet

    Maëlle has been teaching French full time for the last 6 years. She’s had a large variety of teaching experiences, in public and private schools, with adolescents and adults, individual and collective classes, online and face-to-face. She obtained a Master in “languages didactics” from the famous University Grenoble Alpes in France, specially designed to train teachers of French as a second language. Having previously worked and studied in a large variety of countries (Lebanon, India, Greece, Ireland, France and Tunisia) and sectors of activities (Tourism, Law, International NGOs…), she has specialised in teaching French on professional purposes to adults willing to advance in their carriers by improving their skills in French. She now lives in Tunisia where she has been working for the French Institute and the French Alliance of Tunis before working independently, designing language training programmes mostly for executives in the private sector and to the diplomatic community based in Tunis.