Christophe Multon Biography - Resume

Education and qualifications
2005: Certificate in teaching French as a second language (F.L.S.), Ministry of Education
1991: CREDIF / Ecole Normale Supérieure in St-Cloud: course in teaching French as a foreign language (F.L.E) / 1 month
1989: CEDIFLE: Certificate in Teaching French as a foreign language (F.L.E.) / SORBONNE PARIS III / 1 year course / with distinction
1987: BEES: State certificate as a sports teacher, common core subjects
1984: Primary school teaching diploma
1984: DEUG diploma in teaching, 1st degree, the University of Reims-Champagne.
1981: Baccalauréat series D: Maths, Physics and Natural Sciences, grade AB.

Professional experience
2000-2014: teacher for the UPEAA : Educational Unit for Arriving Non-Native Students (E.A.N.A)
DELF for schools authorization (secondary and high school) and DELF Prim for the Reims CASNAV: examiner and corrector.
Head of DELF PRIM centre in Châlons-en-Champagne
2003-2014 : taught French as a foreign language at ENSAC in Châlons-en-Champagne: preparation for DELF B1 and B2 for international students
1998-2000: Joint director, Ferdinand Buisson school, years 2-3, Priority Educational Zone, Chalons.
1992-1998: Director of the Alliance Française in the Dominican Republic, Minister of Foreign Affairs for the English-speaking West Indies and the Alliance Française in Paris
1991-1992: Coup d'état in Haiti. Repatriated to France. Integrated as teacher in years 3-4 in St Hilaire le Gd
1989-1991: Specialist in French as a foreign language (FLE) for a project supporting primary (PASEP) teaching in Haiti, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
1988-1989: Support class for immigrant children at the Pierre Curie school, Chalons. CEFISM course on "Hosting non-French speaking children at school."
1987-1988: Director of the Ferdinand Buisson school (3 classes), years 5 & 6, Chalons.
1985-1987: National service working in cooperation, Djibouti.
Year 6 class teacher and deputy head (21 classes), in Ali-Sabieh.
1984-1985: head of school, single class, years 5 & 6, Saint-Pierre.