French for Workplace Success

Why TFI?

The Test de français international (TFI) allows educational institutions, businesses, and government organizations to easily test French-language skills in employees or students across all levels of fluency, from beginners to advanced speakers. Test scores measure French speaking and comprehension skills for daily activities in the workplace, making it a realistic measure of how well employees and students will communicate at work.

Businesses and government organizations can use the TFI test for:

  • Recruiting, hiring, and promoting for jobs that require French listening and reading
  • Choosing employees for training in French
  • Setting goals for language learning
  • Creating training programs
  • Measuring progress

Educational organizations and teachers can use the TFI test for:

  • Grouping students based on French skills
  • Placing students in the appropriate class levels
  • Tracking progress
  • Setting course goals
  • Preparing students to use French in the workplace

TFI is a registered trademark of Educational Testing Service (ETS), used under license.

The TFI test is taken on paper and has 90 multiple choice questions. The test takes around 2.5 hours, with 42 minutes for listening comprehension questions, 68 minutes for reading comprehension questions, and around 30 minutes for biographical questions. TFI Scores are mapped to CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference) levels.

TFI is a registered trademark of Educational Testing Service (ETS), used under license.

Select your country or contact your local AMIDEAST office to schedule testing. Testing for individuals or groups of candidates can be arranged.

TFI is a registered trademark of Educational Testing Service (ETS), used under license.

Contact us at tunisia@amideast.org to discuss how we can meet your testing needs.

Why TFI?

The Test de français international (TFI) allows educational institutions, businesses, and government organizations to easily test French-language skills in employees or students across all levels of fluency, from beginners to advanced speakers. Test scores measure French speaking and comprehension skills for daily activities in the workplace, making it a realistic measure of how well employees and students will communicate at work.

Businesses and government organizations can use the TFI test for:

  • Recruiting, hiring, and promoting for jobs that require French listening and reading
  • Choosing employees for training in French
  • Setting goals for language learning
  • Creating training programs
  • Measuring progress

Educational organizations and teachers can use the TFI test for:

  • Grouping students based on French skills
  • Placing students in the appropriate class levels
  • Tracking progress
  • Setting course goals
  • Preparing students to use French in the workplace

TFI is a registered trademark of Educational Testing Service (ETS), used under license.

The TFI test is taken on paper and has 90 multiple choice questions. The test takes around 2.5 hours, with 42 minutes for listening comprehension questions, 68 minutes for reading comprehension questions, and around 30 minutes for biographical questions. TFI Scores are mapped to CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference) levels.

TFI is a registered trademark of Educational Testing Service (ETS), used under license.

Select your country or contact your local AMIDEAST office to schedule testing. Testing for individuals or groups of candidates can be arranged.

TFI is a registered trademark of Educational Testing Service (ETS), used under license.

Contact us at tunisia@amideast.org to discuss how we can meet your testing needs.