Since its creation by the Catholic University of Louvain-la-Neuve in 1984, CLL has given a communicative, oral and interactive approach to language teaching, primarily based upon the individual needs of the learners. Each year, CLL teaches 37 languages to 35.000 learners for a total of 150.000 training hours in one of its training centres (Brussels, Louvain-la-Neuve, Liège and Luxembourg) or online through our dedicated platform Visiagora. Our leaners are of various profiles, going from kids to adults, from general public to businesses as well as institution and unemployment offices.
Our aim is to provide the learners with the right solution based upon their needs, motivation and personal goals. Language learning can only be as effective as the motivation to carry it out. CLL’s pedagogical approach allows the learners to take control of their own language journey. At CLL, we guarantee: a warm welcome; good, sound advice; and excellent service; an accurate assessment of the initial linguistic level; classes that are taught by highly qualified and competent teachers who have direct pedagogical supervision and participate actively in ongoing professional development.
CLL is the first Belgian school accredited by Eaquals, the European Association for the Quality of Language Services. For the eigth time in a row, in 2020, CLL’s quality approach was also rewarded with the Qfor label, certifying the quality of training organisations. To obtain this label, CLL passed an extensive audit that verified management satisfaction, use of processes and resources, and proof of the quality of its service delivery.
CLL participated as co-applicant to Reactivate project leaded by CmRC. In the EURES TMS project, CLL will supports the delivery of “direct mechanism language training” and contribute to the development of flexible online programs; delivers individual live online language classes, self-paced learning (e-learning) and provides training management tools; supports the delivery of “direct mechanism preparatory training” (language and preparatory training”.