I’m not sure that being patient and letting things take their course is the best approach here. If you want to learn French to improve your chances of getting a job, surely it’s up to you to find a way to achieve that. Why do you feel should be up to the government/taxpayer/Pole Emploi is? They do help when they can, but the money has to be found from somewhere, and they have other priorities too.
To improve your French you don’t have to take that particular course and you don’t have to do 26.5 hours per week, do you. Aren’t there any conversation groups near you? Couldn’t you take an online course, or find a tutor for a couple of sessions a week and study in your own time between lessons?
Sorry if this sounds a bit harsh but I’m just suggesting a different way of looking at things, and perhaps a more proactive approach and taking ownership of your future in France, rather than expecting the state to provide.