Disability Referent

At Doc’ Langues, we place great importance on inclusion and accessibility for all our learners. We are committed to continuously improving the accessibility of our training programs. Doc’ Langues has signed a commitment charter to develop the accessibility of its training offerings for people with disabilities.
You can read our commitment charter, available in French only, here.

Our Disability Referent:

I am Thais Calles Fort, your disability referent at Doc’ Langues. My role is to support you throughout your training journey and provide the necessary information and assistance to ensure your learning experience is optimal.

Contact me:

  • Thais Calles Fort – contact@doclangues.fr

Support Process

  1. Inform us of your needs related to your disability:
    • During your registration request, a trainer will reach out to you to understand your needs, motivation, and required adaptations. You can also indicate your MDPH or SS title at this time.
  2. First Contact:
    • Once you’ve expressed your needs, the disability referent will contact you, if desired, to discuss specific adaptations in more detail.
  3. Implementation of Accommodations:
    • During our first call, we will discuss the necessary adaptations to facilitate your learning and success in exams.
  4. Start of Training:
    • After finalizing the arrangements, you can begin your individualized and personalized training.

Accessibility at Doc’ Langues

We offer several tools and resources to ensure accessible training for everyone:

  • Subtitled Videos: All asynchronous videos are available with subtitles.

Specific Accommodations

Depending on your needs, we can implement several accommodations, including:

  • Early Access to Courses: You can obtain the full courses before the start of training. Generally, training resources (grammar and vocabulary sheets) are available about a week before synchronous sessions with the trainer.
  • Flexibility in Asynchronous Modules: Free navigation through training modules on the platform.
  • Extra Time: Additional time can be granted for exams.
  • Online Exams: Initial and final training exams are generally conducted via videoconference. Depending on the certification, the exam may be in-person or via videoconference. During the first contact, you will be informed about the certification test procedures and advised on its adaptability according to the necessary accommodations for your training journey.
  • Adaptation of Training Duration and Pace: Training sessions can be adjusted in length, from one hour to 45 minutes or an hour and a half.
  • Adaptation of Pedagogical Techniques and Content: For example, training modules are adaptable to meet the needs of the trainees as our trainings are individualized.

External Resources and Assistance

We collaborate with several organizations to offer you the best possible support:

  • AGEFIPH: Services and financial aid for access to training for people with disabilities (Association for the Management of Funds for the Integration of People with Disabilities). AGEFIPH can be contacted by phone from 9 am to 6 pm at 0 800 11 10 09. A service is also available for the deaf and hard of hearing.
  • RHF: Resource Handicap Formation facilitates your access to professional training, supports your skills’ development, and takes into account your compensation needs. https://occitanie.rhf-accessibilite.fr – rhf-occitanie@agefiph.asso.fr – Contact
  • CAP Emploi: Assistance with disability compensation and securing professional careers. These specialized placement organizations (OPS) carry out a public service mission. They are responsible for the preparation, sustainable support, and maintenance of employment for people with disabilities. https://www.capemploi.info/le-reseau/
  • MDPH: Information, support, and disability awareness. The Departmental Houses for People with Disabilities (MDPH) are, in each department, the single point of access to rights and benefits for people with disabilities (children and adults), since the law of February 11, 2005. https://mdphenligne.cnsa.fr/ is a free website accessible 24/7, which facilitates and simplifies your rights and benefits requests with your departmental house for people with disabilities.