We are a Helsinki based company, providing a range ofservices that include: Language training, special intensive courses and custom-designed courses. Translation, interpretation, proofreading and editingservices. Corporate team-building trainings and Expat services. Creation of teaching material and development of web toolsfor teachers and students.
LANGUAGE TRAININGWhat does Learnwell do differently from the other languagetraining companies? We have over 40 experienced teachers. References and theteachers introductions can be found on our website. We organize courses in over 18 languages at client’spremises or at our own premises. "Try before you buy". You can put us to the test with a free,no obligation, 90 minute trial lesson where you can feel foryourself if Leanwell Oy is right for you.
LANGUAGE TRAININGWhat does Learnwell do differently from the other languagetraining companies? Our teaching methods emphasize functional communication,the ability to use language in any given situation. We use custom-made course materials and authenticmaterials. Students who study English or Swedish with Learnwell receivea free copy of the newspaper Helsinki Times or Hufvudstadsbladetrespectively, delivered to their home each week throughout thecourse, as part of the course material.
TRANSLATIONSWhat does Learnwell do differently from the othertranslation companies? All languages are offered and supported. Expert translators and editors with industry-specific skills. Established track record in multilingual translation that hasthe highest degree of style and cultural sensitivity. Flexibility and fast turnaround times (3 working days fromproject start). Good communication. Clear and competitive UpFront pricing.
THE LANGUAGEProject Name: MENU The Language MenuWebsite: http://www.learnwell.fi (Teacher’s material)Project Goals: The ultimate goal of the project is to provide teachers from all over the world with free online tools to create teaching material in an easier, more accessible and more fun way. Teachers seeking to use web-based activities in their classroom and students who seek material for independent study will find a common space on The Language Menu website.
THE LANGUAGE MENUDescription: The website includes: 18 tools for teachers 6 online vocabulary and grammar interactive games for students 35 languages 2380 possible language combinations 35 vocabulary categories available online clip-art with over 3500 hand-drawn pictures and photographs material bank with ready-to-print materials, grammar exercises and e-books online dictionary
THE LANGUAGECurrent activities: MENU Currently new vocabulary lists, more pictures, photographs and materials are being added to the database. Project supported by: Swedish Cultural Foundation in Finland Finnish-Danish Cultural Foundation Finnish-Norwegian Cultural Foundation Swedish National Association of the Deaf which gave us the use of their pictures of the Swedish sign language alphabet for our ClipArt galleryWould you like to Visit http://www.learnwell.fi (Teacher’s tools) to get moresupport our project? acquainted with our project or contact us at email@example.com
TOOLS FOR TEACHERS WORKSHOPSProject name: Tools For Teachers Workshops in 2007-2011 Languages: English and SwedishProject goals: A workshop containing information about how to make free worksheets online, how to use the worksheets and other prompts in language teaching. Each participant receives a package of material, ideas and links to where they can create their own material.Contact us: Contact Veronica Gilhooly firstname.lastname@example.org for more detailsPartners: One-day workshops organized for the GlobalMe project in Finland http://globalme.org/ at the University of Helsinki.
LANGUAGE ON THE MOVEProject name: Language On The Move in 2008-2010 Website: http://move-language.euPartners: Finland, Lithuania, Denmark, Sweden, EstoniaProject goals: The main purpose of the project was to reach people who use public transport (PT) to travel to Baltic and Nordic countries to work, to study or for other purposes and help them to realise the importance of learning the language of a destination country and to accept norms of courtesies and behaviour they should follow while in a country. The final products of the project consisted in a DVD and a phrase-book.Project supported by: NORDPLUS/HORIZONTAL
VÅRDSVENSKAProject name: Vårdsvenska 2009-2011Website: Website coming soon at http://www.vardsvenska.fiProject goals: The project started with the idea of giving nurses the opportunity to learn the second official language in Finland, Swedish, to then search for work in the Swedish speaking areas. The instigator for the project was The Swedish Cultural foundation. The project consists of an on-line course in Swedish for nurses, specifically aimed at nurses from Russia. The support languages are English, Finnish and Russian.Project supported by: SWEDISH CULTURAL FOUNDATION IN FINLAND
business_mailProject name: business_mail, 2010-2012Website: Coming soonPartners: Finland, Italy, Germany, BulgariaProject goals: The project addresses the needs of marketing/sales personnel of small enterprises (SE) having or wishing to establish business contacts with foreign partners. The final product of the project will be a validated on-line course in English business correspondence covering the actual communication problems encountered in import/ export practice of SEs.Project supported by: CIMO – LEONARDO DA VINCI project
EMPOWERMENT OF IMMIGRANT WOMENProject name: Nordic Network For Empowerment Of Immigrant Women Without Prior Education Experience, 2010-2011Website: Coming soonPartners: Finland, Lithuania, Sweden, NorwayProject goals: The overall objective of the project is to form a Nordic network consisting of VET organisations, Adult Education organisations, NGOs working with integration and gender equality, Social Welfare Offices and Public Employment Centres for pooling experience and knowledge in order to elaborate a strategy for assistance of immigrant women without prior education into the vocation/professional education system in the participating countries.Project supported by: NORDPLUS project
LEARNING THROUGH TEACHING (LETE)Project name: Learning through teaching, 2012-2014Website: Coming soonPartners: Latvia (coordinator), Turkey, Finland, Poland, ItalyProject goals: The aim of the project is for the partners to provide good practices, experiences, methods and seminars on adult education for implementing European Key competencies for lifelong learning and multicultural learning in their organizations and communities (based on the "Key Competencies for Lifelong Learning — A European Reference Framework" of the European Council of March 2000 in Lisbon). The target group of the project are adult learners and trainers for adults of any age.Project supported by: GRUNDTVIG Learning Partnership project
LANGLETE IN ESTFITProject name: Language learning and teaching in Estonia, Finland and Italy, 2012-2014Website: Coming soonPartners: Estonia, Finland, ItalyProject goals: The aim of the project is to exchange experience with other Finnish and Italian institutions offering language courses for adults. Through the work in meetings, seminar and lessons and the work in virtual classrooms, the partners will work out new methodologies that will develop the learners’ communication skills and business language.Project supported by: GRUNDTVIG Learning Partnership project
LEARNING FOR INTEGRATION RYProject name: Playgroups for Kids, Activate your language, Workshop for teachersWebsite: www.lfi.fiProject goals: Learning for Integration ry (LFI) is a Finnish non-profit organisation that promotes the learning of languages and cultural sensitivity of migrant, immigrant and refugee children and youth in Finland and other Nordic countries through acitivities such as workshops, playgroups, language tutoring and language cafés. Follow our activity calendar on our website.
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