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French as a second language: Part Time Day and Evening Courses for Nova Scotia Government Employees

French as a second language: Part Time Day and Evening Courses for Nova Scotia Government Employees

French as a second language: Part Time Day and Evening Courses for Nova Scotia Government Employees

This portal is for employees of the Nova Scotia government who are attending the 10-week part-time program at Université Sainte-Anne, which is offered four times per year.

The Office of Acadian Affairs and Francophonie, with funding from the Canada-N.S. Agreement on French-language services, is covering the course fee for 160 participants from the government of Nova Scotia for the Summer session.

Important: You cannot register here, but you can print off the forms for provincial government employees. Please note that you will need your supervisor’s email approval, as well as their position and the date, when you send in your form (if you can obtain their signature, that is great, but we know that it is more difficult for some during the Coronavirus pandemic). Otherwise, your registration will not be valid.

Provincial government employees with any questions about eligibility should contact Lise Poirier, Program Administration Officer at Acadian Affairs, at (902)-424-5973, or at .

Completed registration forms can be sent to Université Sainte-Anne via email at: .

Remember, you must complete both tests before you can register; otherwise you are not registered, even if you have submitted a registration form.

Click here to check if a course is still available.

The part-time French courses being offered for the 2020 Summer session for provincial government employees are:

Online
Because of COVID-19

  • July 6 to September 11
  • All levels
  • Courses will begin on Monday, July 6
Download registration form

*Provincial government employees with any questions about eligibility should contact Lise Poirier, Program Administration Officer at Acadian Affairs, at (902)-424-5973, or at