I am native French teacher who grew up in the Champagne Region, about 2 hours East of Paris.
I am a highly qualified and experienced linguist. Part-time University Lecturer and Conference Interpreter, I have been teaching French for more than 10 years. I have 2 Masters (one in Languages and Education and another one in Translation and Interpreting).
My clients have different profiles and backgrounds. Most of them are professionals working in the private sector in London. I've also worked with international organisations such as Save the Children, Medecins sans Frontières or the United Nations. Most of my clients take one-to-one classes, either at their home or at their office.
I work as a visiting lecturer at University of Westminster and also as a Conference Interpreter in the UK or abroad.
I have also worked for the French Lycée in South Kensington and I was in charge of the bilingual classes.
I came to the UK in 2008 and was awarded the QTS ( Qualified Teacher Status)
After completing my studies in Translation and Interpreting, I became a member of the Chartered Institute of Linguists of Great Britain.
Since 2016 : French Visiting lecturer, University of Westminster
Since 2014 : Conference Interpreter. Simultaneous Interpreting, work in biactive booth English<>French
Business Interpreting for the private sector in London.
Since 2006 : Freelance French Teacher, One to one lessons, groups, corporate, General and Business French.
2010 : English teacher, Lycée Charles de Gaulle, South Kensington, London
2010 : French teacher, King's College, MBA Students, London
2006-2008 : English teacher in French Lycées, French National Education
2014 : MA Translation and Interpreting, University of Westminster
2008 : QTS, General Teaching Council for England
2006 : MA Languages and Education (CAPES of English and FLE training)
2005 : BA History of Art and Heritage