ALLIES Web is an online second language training program for CAF members that:
•Has content and is organized according to the competency levels of the Canadian Armed Forces Second Language evaluation. You can even prepare for your language test.
•Allows you to practise reading, writing, listening, and speaking and maintain your language skills.
•Allows you to focus on the skills you need and skip the rest.
•Enables your progress and success to be tracked automatically, which means you can measure your own achievement.
Loachman said:Alright, I'm baffled.
Your profile indicates that you are currently serving, so I do not see how Recruiters factor into this.
Are you asking on behalf of somebody else?
If so, is French required for that person's chosen occupation(s)?
PuckChaser said:If you're near a major base they have half day courses as well as some drop in stuff. You'd have to get your unit to sign off on paying you all those half days to take it. Anything more than that, and it's extremely competitive for the RegF members, which likely means next to impossible for Cl A types.
I was hoping to ask you a quick question about BMQ. How helpful would it be to be able to speak a solid amount of french. Also would you recommend me becoming fully fluent in French eventually?