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Posted by babylove-317368 - Created: 6 years ago
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Posted by ChB-184121 - 6 years ago

You don't always need it, in spite of what training places will tell you. so learn who has to have it first.

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Posted by babylove-317368 - 6 years ago

Thank you very much. This is very helpful. Thank you.

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Posted by GreenLeaf-314739 - 6 years ago

Try these places -

http://www.surviemerformation.com/Stage(C.B.S).php (meals included - dorm room @ €19 a night)

http://www.cfist.fr/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=6&Itemid=28

These are recognized by the dept of education here in France, with diplomas being in English and French.

You can also use your Le droit individuel à la formation (DIF) credits with these schools.

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Posted by GreenLeaf-314739 - 6 years ago

South Africa (Durban) - €380

USA - Bluewatertraining - €645 (today's exchange rate = €1 = $1,30775)

Isle of Wight - €680 / Portsmouth - €822

Antibes- Bluewatertraining - €1195

Portugal, Spain and Italy are cheaper, but you would have to speak n write the language. Frecnh spoken courses are probably cheaper, again, you would have to speak n write the language and could be free if you have worked here long enough to gain credits

They know you need it, so charge accordingly.

Most community colleges in the US offer this course or the courses needed at a much reduced rate and often free (subsidized) if you are on un-employment. Your advisor in school could have put you on the right track.

Good luck and remember it is an investment in your future