Integration Training for Immigrants (Nonstop training)

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Integration Training for Immigrants (Nonstop training)

  1. 1. Integration Training for Immigrants(Nonstop training) For unemployed adult immigrants Funding from the Ministry of Employment and the Economy Four modules  Basic and fast path 48 weeks  Slow path 54 weeks Ca. 30 groups/year, ca. 450 students/year
  2. 2. Challenges Something for everyone or everything for some 7 hours/day Getting used to new learning and teaching methods (Too) many students with same mother tongue in one group Evaluation What happens when the Nonstop stops
  3. 3. EVENING COURSES INIMMIGRATION TRAINING Part of integration training for immigrants Meant for working / studying people Different levels About 100 students in total Last from 70 to 350 hours 12-16 students / group Fee from 35 to 120 euros Contact lessons, homework, personal guiding
  4. 4. Counselling in immigration training FINNISH LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION COUNSELLING (Information, guidance and counselling) WORKING LIFE AND SOCIETY 4
  5. 5. Counselling teachers1. Classroom Teaching (60 %):  Wide range of issues: Finnish society and culture, working life, educational system and vocational training in Finland  Working together with Finnish language teachers  Dual teacher-system: basic vocabulary/key words with examples (finnish teacher)+ more detailed information/knowledge about the topic (counselling teacher)2. Personal counselling (20 %):  initial assessment of students background  supporting students in challenging situations (integration process)  career counselling 3. collaboration with local working life - companies, public sector, third sector (20 %) in finding suitable work practice places for students At the work practice: discussing students future plans, skills and possibilities of employment 5
  6. 6. Preparatory trainingfor vocational education Length: 60 credits (approx. 9 months) Funding from National Board of Education Meant for young immigrants heading for vocational education Level of language proficiency A2.2 – B1.2 2 groups, 32-34 students in total Objective: to improve the student’s language and coping skills and other skills needed in vocational studies Contents: Finnish, mathematical and social subjects

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