Becoming A Delf Dalf Examiner Accreditation
The DELF and DALF examinations are taken in 175 countries. In order to assess candidates, the examiner-correctors must have valid accreditation. The "Becoming a DELF-DALF examiner" course leads to this accreditation.
This course aims to reinforce the knowledge of the CEFR levels and the skills needed to mark and examine DELF and DALF exams.
- At the end of the course, participants will be able to take part in DELF-DALF examination sessions as examiner-correctors.
They will receive a certificate that is valid for 5 years and allows them to take part in sessions organised by DELF-DALF examination
centres abroad and in France.
This certificate is issued on the basis of participation in the entire training course and the results obtained in the individual
assessments and the final test.
- Accreditation is based on a decision by France Éducation International, in coordination with the DELF-DALF central management officer in the country of practice/the head of the examination centre in France.
Presentation of the theoretical foundations of certification and harmonisation with the CEFR, of France Education International and of the
different DELF-DALF examinations.
- Analysis of the specifications of the DELF and DALF exams.
- Appropriation of evaluation tools (grids) and evaluation of tests for each level of DELF and DALF.
- Role of the examiner.
- Individual accreditation test.
Requirement for participation:
Hold a Master's degree in didactics of French as a foreign language or foreign languages, or a long term professional
training (DAEFLE, DPAFP, ...) ;
OR have a Master's degree in French as a foreign language (before the LMD reform in 2002) or a diploma in teaching
a foreign language (DU or equivalent) or ProFLE+ (with the 4 modules/certifying courses) and have a minimum of 2 years
significant experience in teaching French as a foreign language;
OR have a minimum of 3 years' significant experience in teaching French as a foreign language.
Duration of the training:
Time required for each level of accreditation:
A1 & A2: 11:15 hours of face-to-face training (2 days)
A1, A2, B1, B2: 20 hours of classroom training (2 days + half a day)
A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2: 31:15 hours of classroom training (4 full days)
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