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Project Coordinator and partners
Pressure Line, Dona Daria, Università per Stranieri di Siena, TRADIGENIA SL, JEST EOOD, MI GEN CIC, Inthecity Project Development, EURORESO – International Cultural
Title & Reference code
WorKit Job Language Kit for Migrants / 2015-1-NL01-KA204-008924
English, Dutch, Italian, Bulgarian, Spanish
Migrants in the EU often face barriers when looking for a job in a new country due to insufficient language knowledge, low level of education, lack of local work experience, poor information about how to present themselves when applying for a job or how and where to look for a job.
Organisations   from five EU countries (Bulgaria, Italy, The Netherlands, Spain and the UK)   are working on the WorKit project at transnational level to exchange experience and help migrants with their labour market orientation and  integration.
WorKit is developing a Job Language Kit for Migrants, along with on- and offline learning tools, which help migrants acquire employment-specific skills in the   host country language and offer them on-the-spot language support in their job seeking. The product will be provided for free to migrants and organisations working with migrants.
WorKit aims to facilitate the access of adult migrants to the labour market, equip migrants with a set of language and communication skills necessary for finding   a job provide migrants with information about job opportunities in the local country, transfer successful models and products and develop new ones for non-formal language learning of adult migrants
improvethe capacities of organisations and educators working for the integration and language training of migrants.
Key words
Language employment skills
Link to the project's website
Other interesting information
Animation and video-game style of browsing make this fun for all
Interest for the project
Contributor´s name + email
SYNTHESIS Center for Research and Education / golfo.kateva@synthesis-center.com, alexis@synthesis-center.com
Co-funded by The Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
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